Dairy Farming

dairy farmingAccording to Assocham report milk production in India is likely to reach 190 million tones by 2015 and the annual turnover Rs.5 Lakh Cr. With planning commission targeting 4.5 to 5% growth for Animal husbandry in the 12th plan and the world bank funded 1584 cr National Dairy plan in few months the sector is expected to witness a healthy growth in the years to come. 17,300 cr National Dairy Plan by NDDB for the next 15 years. – first phase with 2000 cr investment to be launched soon.

As one of the major source for livelihood in rural areas, animal husbandry derives prime importance. To make animal husbandry/livestock sector more remunerative animal management systems and production efficiencies need to be improved. Apart from introducing new breeds of animals Government of AP plans to develop fodder nurseries, bund plantation, perennial fodder crops and fodder conservation over next 4 years.

Though a profitable business venture dairy farming in India requires hard work, proper planning and an active and very alert managers and supervisors. We all have heard stories of how simple woman from towns have made big in dairy farming. In today’s technological world there have been many advances in modern dairy farming. Every thing from feed for dairy cowsto milk processing equipment have added tremendous scope to the dairy farming industry.