• The Animal Production Research Center, Khartoum Office, was established with the support of American aid in 1963 in the context of settling and stabilizing the supply of the national capital with animal production products within the Coco Dairy Project system and under the General Administration of Animal Production at the Ministry of Livestock (Animal Production Research).
  • When the General Organization for Animal Production was established, the Coco Dairy Project joined the Foundation, while the Animal Production Research Center and its stations continued in the General Administration of Animal Production at the Ministry of Animal Wealth, and then became one of the tributaries of the General Authority for Livestock Research of the Ministry.


Providing technical support and assistance to the researchers, interested persons and educators sector in order to reach the desired levels of individual and collective production of productive groups.


Leading the various animal production sectors to the horizons of maximum efficiency and keeping pace in support of the national economy


  • Participate in the development and implementation of the research strategy directly related to the general policy for the advancement of the animal production sector at the national and regional levels to bridge the gap in animal protein and provide a surplus for export
  • Increasing productivity of farm animals and poultry through genetic improvement and care.
  • Reducing the cost of feeding by improving the nutritional value of the available feed sources and agricultural crop residues and introducing new non-traditional sources.
  • Training and qualifying working cadres and students of universities and higher institutes in the fields of animal production and carrying out postgraduate research in cooperation with universities


  • Studying the current situation and identifying and analyzing the problems of the animal production sector (case studies – visits – questionnaires)
  • Working with executive agencies, decision-makers and technicians to develop optimal treatments and solutions for the livestock sector
  • Raising the efficiency and capabilities of workers in the field of animal production through training and keeping abreast of developments in the field
  • Pushing and encouraging investors and educators to deal and adopt modern technologies in order to raise production efficiency and reduce costs
  • Provide the necessary explanatory and guiding forms to convince dealers in this field
  • Adopting sustainable development plans to preserve the national herd as a renewable and effective resource


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