The work done in the Gabala region for the development of livestock breeding yields a positive result. Two modern cattle-breeding complexes created in the region are expanding every year more and more, carrying out even more fruitful activities, contributing to the growth of livestock numbers, and the increase in the production of milk and meat. The modern meat and dairy cattle breeding complex for 620 animals, created by "Gabala-Agro Complex" LLC in Vandam settlement in 2013, was put into operation with the participation of the Head of State Ilham Aliyev. The enterprise successfully continues development in the field of livestock breeding and plant growing. A pedigree livestock breeding farm was created under the complex. In order to provide the cattle, raised in the complex, with the forage, a fodder farm was established in the area of 1,730 hectares. On this territory, forage crops of various species are grown every year. The enterprise has a special forage production facility and 7 silage pits. As a result of successful reforms implemented in the agrarian sphere by President Ilham Aliyev, this livestock complex, which is developing day by day, for the first time in the country, exported 242 animals of pedigree heifers to Turkmenistan. The Simmental cattle, brought to the complex from Germany and Austria, is provided with the right care, their health and nutrition is constantly monitored by specialists. Due to the birth of a healthy offspring, the number of animals in the complex reached 1,700 animals. During the day, each cow gives 22 liters of milk. In addition, in the dairy cattle complex for 660 animals, created in 2012 in the Ovchulu village of the Gabala region, the number of livestock reached 1950 animals. 900 of them are dairy cows, and each of them gives 30 liters of milk per day. Also for the last year in private farms of the region, the number of large and small livestock, as well as breeding animals, has been significantly increased, work on artificial insemination has been accelerated. Recently, the expansion of artificial insemination has significantly contributed to the development of livestock in the region. In order to improve the quality of breeding cattle, increase the production of milk and meat, prevent diseases spread through natural mating, control the cattle's livestock and increase the economic efficiency of livestock farming, 8 centers of artificial insemination operate in the region. 3232 calves were obtained from 7840 animals, the artificial insemination of which was performed by specialists in these centers in 2017.