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The Animal Research Institute (ARI) of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is a public institution formed in 1964 when the mandate was expanded to include areas of Animal Science other than Animal Health.

The CSIR-ARI like other institutes of the CSIR is currently governed by CSIR Act 521, 1996. The mandate of the CSIR-ARI is to develop and transfer technologies that promote livestock and poultry production in Ghana.

The mission of CSIR-ARI therefore is to inspire efficiency and entrepreneurship in the Ghanaian livestock industry through technology development and innovative interventions for food security and wealth creation.

Core Values

To ensure that the mandate of CSIR-ARI is effectively and efficiently carried, the following core values should be continually emphasized:

  • Dedication to duty
  • Teamwork
  • Loyalty to ethical standards and quality assurance
  • Dedication to customer satisfaction
Core Competence

To ensure that the mandate of CSIR-ARI is effectively and efficiently carried, the following core values should be continually emphasized:

  • Pig and poultry production
  • Quality feed formulation
  • Livestock and poultry disease control
  • Grasscutter production
  • Dairy production
  • Livestock production economics
  • Participatory improvement in small ruminants
  • Training and consultancy services in animal production and health
  • Development of good quality pastures for sustainable feeding of livestock
  • Laboratory services infeed analysis, microbiological, biochemical and parasitological analysis.
  • Veterinary clinic

Read Also >>> COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ACT 1996, ACT 521

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