J-GLOBAL ID:200905089622181421   Organization code:E145000000 Update date: Jan. 21, 2020

Gunma Prefectural Livestock Experiment Station

群馬県畜産試験場, グンマケンチクサンシケンジョウ
Representive : Chief Director, ONAI Munetsugu
Establishment year: 1905
Address: 2425 Kogure, Fujimi-mura, Seta-gun, Gunma 371-0103 Japan
Telephone number: +81-27-288-2222
FAX number: +81-27-288-2243
Number of employees: 38
Organization/Research department name (9):
  • General Affairs Group
  • Local Co-operative Development Group
  • Cattle Rearing Technique Development Group
  • Swine Rearing Technique Development Group
  • Poultry Rearing Technique Development Group
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Subordinate facility name  (1):
  • Agatsuma Beef Cattle Breeding Center
History (14):
  • 1905/01
    Livestock Division of Agricultural Experiment Station was founded.
  • 1908/01
    Good stud pigs and poultry were introduced and started to be disposed to farmers.
  • 1920/04
    In succession to Livestock Division of Agricultural Experiment Station, the Station became independent as Gunma Prefectural Breeding Stock Station. Loan service for the purchase of stud cows and horses, and experimental research were started.
  • 1922/01
    Receiving 86 ha of the national forest in Oaza Kogure, Fujimi Mura, Seta Gun where is the present location as a new address for Breeding Stock Station, cultivation and construction of the facilities were started.
  • 1962/04
    In order to meet the demand for new livestock technology, Breeding Stock Station was renamed as Livestock Experiment Station, and reorganized to six departments: General Affairs Department, Large-, Middle-, and Small-Livestock Department, Livestock Feed Department, and Hygiene Department, and experiment and research on livestock and improvement and breeding of livestock were started as the main business.
Purpose of establishment:
The Station was founded to conduct tests and
researches on Livestock.

Business overview:
The station conducts comprehensive tests and
researches on Livestock such as livestock feed and
feed raising methods, new varieties and breeding
methods of the livestock, production and
distribution of semen for artificial semination and
of fertilized eggs, conservation of the breeding
environment, fertilizer required for breeding feed,
and pests
  • 2006: \ 565 (Million)
  • 2005: \ 573 (Million)
  • 2004: \ 621 (Million)
  • 2003: \ 626 (Million)
  • 2002: \ 667 (Million)
  • 2001: \ 695 (Million)
  • 2000: \ 736 (Million)

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