Animal Husbandry and Veterinary

Last Updated on: September 30, 2022

Office of the District A.H. & Veterinary Officer, Sonitpur, Tezpur

Hatipilkhana, PO- Tezpur, Sonitpur, Assam

Contact Number:  03712-222012, Email:

Office of the District A.H. & Veterinary Officer, Sonitpur, Tezpur
Office of the District A.H. & Veterinary Officer, Sonitpur, Tezpur




Name of the Dist. Sonitpur
No. of Sub-Divs. 1
No. of Dev. Blocks 8
No. Vety. Dispensaries 15
No. of Vety. Hospital 1
No. of RAIC 2
No. First Aid Centre 4
No. of Sub-Centre 56
Joint Director Office 1
ICDP, Office 1
Research Office, CPBP 1
Govt. Livestock Farm 1
Dist. Poultry Farm 1
Project Office 1
RP Check post 1 (Chariduar)



1. Artificial Insemination.



2. Treatment of Livestock. ser2


3. Castration of livestock ser3


4.Vaccination of Livestock& Poultry ser4


5. Insurance of Livestock ser5


6. Post Mortem of Animals on Demand ser6


7. Clinical Diagnosis of diseases in the Dist. Disease Diagnostic Lab ser7


8. Awareness generation on zoonotic diseases Ser8


9. Wildlife Care Ser9


10. Extension Programmes ser10


11. Fodder Cultivation ser11


12. Nurturing of Vety. Related SHGs ser12


13. Support to Dist. Administration during Flood & Drought etc. ser13


14.  Scientific Training on Poultry Husbandry. Ser14


15. Scientific Training on Pig Farming. ser15


16. Scientific Training on Goat Farming ser16


17. Support to ULBs in controlling livestock menace ser17


18. Cooperation with all the Line Departments ser18


19. Exhibition ser19


20. Any other activities that is required by the Dist. Administration  (GUNOTSOV)


Success Story

Sri Dip Moni Nath , S/o Sri Haladhar Nath, Rtd. Teacher, an inhabitant of  Chamdhara, Dhalaibeel, P.O. Naharbari, Pin -784182, Dist.-Sonitpur, Assam began his career as a dairy farmer in the year 2012 with a pregnant Cross Jersey cow and started selling milk about 10 lit per day at the cost of Rs.22/lit. But it was unfortunate that the female calf died after 6 months of rearing. Despite that, he again took the challenge to expand his business and took a loan of Rs.400000/ from Assam Gramin Bikash Bank. The loan amount was invested for purchasing of three Holstein Friesians pregnant cows along with construction of permanent cow shed with all modern facilities. But this time he was very fortunate that all three cows gave birth to 3 female calves with 45 lit of milk daily milk. During early part of 2018, he expanded his productive cows to 10 nos. and after that average daily milk production was 140 lit /day. On July ’18, he again purchased a 1.5 ton carrying capacity four wheeler to carry and supply milk to Tezpur Town where he assisted few local unemployed youth to set up row milk and milk by product sell booth. Now Dip Moni Nath is happy with his dairy farm and earning good amount for his family.


Success story


Success story