Forget the tension of losing a job in a lockdown! Start a milk business at home, learn all about it

Forget the tension of losing a job in a lockdown!  Start a milk business at home, learn all about it

Animal husbandry is no longer limited to milking cows and buffaloes.  Due to the increase in organic production, manure can also be earned

People who are returning to the village from the city due to the Koro epidemic will eventually make a living by working.  What it is is that he can earn respectable money by staying at home.  Sudhir Kumar Singh, managing director of the Jharkhand Milk Federation, which has been working in the dairy cooperative for 39 years, says the milk industry can change rural life.  This sector is providing a lot of employment from urban to rural India.  It can be further enhanced.  People can be given jobs through it.  Animal husbandry is no longer limited to milking cows and buffaloes.  Due to the increase in organic production, manure can also be earned.
Sudhir Kumar Singh says animal husbandry and allied sectors contribute about 4 per cent to India's GDP.  After Gujarat, Karnataka is the most emerging state in this regard.  While most of the livestock is in UP, there is no cooperative success here due to the ‘governmentization’ of the co-operative movement.  All governments will have to fix the milk cooperative system to strengthen the economy that has changed due to the Corona virus.  Most people in cities earn 10-15 thousand rupees.  He can earn that much money by keeping two or three animals at home.

Income from milk more than food

According to National Accounts Statistics 2019, the income from milk in 2017-18 is Rs 7,01,530 crore, which is more than the total income from food.  It is clear that the dairy business has immense potential to increase the income of farmers.  Because despite many advances in the field, the per capita milk availability is only 394 grams.  India produces 500 million liters of milk every day.  In which about 200 million liters are carried by the farmer.  When 300 million liters come in the market.

More employment opportunities, need for infrastructure -

Sandeep Das, a consultant at the Varghese Kurien Center of Excellence at the Institute of Rural Management in Gujarat, says the dairy sector is doing well even in the Corona era.  In a country with such a large population, the dairy industry can be a major source of employment and a source of income.  The government is helping.  It has a lot of potential in many regions but no infrastructure.  The bulk milk cooler (BMC) in which the milk is cooled has to be increased.  This is much less in big states like UP.

Where to get help for dairy

Apart from the Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme (DEDS) of the Central Government, the State Governments are also implementing development programs at their respective levels.  The subsidy ranges from 25 to 90 per cent.  According to Sudhir Kumar Singh, MD, Jharkhand Milk Federation, the subsidy is 50 to 57 per cent in Bihar and 90 per cent in Jharkhand.  Anyone who needs government help for animal husbandry can contact their District Animal Husbandry Officer or Development Officer.
The Central Government provides assistance for animal husbandry through NABARD.  Under the Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme, a subsidy of Rs. 17,750 per animal is given.  While for Scheduled Castes and Jana Jats this amount is given as Rs. 23,300 per animal.  There is also money for a milk product making machine.

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The Central Government is also running the National Gokul Mission, National Dairy Development Program to enhance the animal husbandry and dairy sector.  With the help of this, the trade connected with milk can be increased.

The price of cow's milk and bottled water is exactly the same

We have made a lot of progress in production but farmers are thirsty for a fair price if some states are left out.  The price of cow's milk and bottled water in UP is almost the same.

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How the price of milk is determined

The problem of getting the right price for milk is common.  It is priced based on the fat and SNF in the milk.  Cooperative milk is priced at 6.5 per cent fat and 9.5 per cent SNF.  After this, if the fat is reduced, that kind of price goes down.

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