More Dairy Farm Families To Join Milk Producers Federation In Himachal: Dr.Gosain

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Dr. Gosain in Mandi

Shimla: A training programme on Scientific Dairy Farming for the members of different milk producers cooperative societies (MPCS) of Hamirpur and Mandi districts sponsored by Himachal Pradesh State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Limited, Shimla was organized in the fourth week of November at the Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) and Dairy Training Centre (DTC) of National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI).

Mrs Amro president of the Shiva MPCS of Dehraparol of Hamirpur said that the trainees were imparted intensive training on breed -improvement, scientific feeding to dairy animals, shelter management and were also shown different breeds of cattle and buffaloes and interactions with the farmers were arranged by the training organizers that has been rated highly effective by the group.

While interacting with the 11 women members of the Shiva MPCS of Dehraparol of Hamirpur District Dr. Dalip K. Gosain, Head, KVK and DTC found that the 50 members of this society could procure each day 50 liters of milk. He further found that in this group of 23 total trainees 5 dairy farmers were from the Badon MPCS collecting only 7 liters milk per day as the Society has just begun and other MPCS with 5 members of Kharsal village in Mandi district functional since one year could procure only 20 liters of milk each day.

Dr. Gosain said that although the milk procurement from the Badon and Kharsal MPCs was very low and the vehicle for milk collection has to run for 45 kms. from three different points in Badon but this must be continued for more months so that the present members of the MPCs were encouraged and could motivate others for pouring more milk in these three societies.

Mrs. Promila Devi, Secretary of Shiva MPCS of Dehraparol of Hamirpur said that the members of her Dairy Cooperative Society were interested to have electronic milk testing machine so to avoid any error in estimation of Fat and SNF.

Mr. Khem chand, Incharge Chilling Station, Bhambla located on the border of Mandi and Hamirpur Districts said that their station was receiving around 250 liters of milk from 14 Cooperative Societies and the milk procurement was improving.

While concluding the programme Dr. Gosain urged more farm families to be part of MPCS to benefit both the Dairy Federation and dairy farm families.

Raised in Shimla and originally from Mandi district, Disha wears many caps which includes being part of a lead team of a fast growing IT company based out of Chandigarh. Earlier Disha was associated with My Himachal and visits Shimla regularly.

26 Comments

  • ritesh says:

    I need someone to come over in Kangra to give some training on dairy farm upkeep to some persons.

    Or, if someone can provide me some info about where to send someone for training in kangra.

    There should be list of events or a calender where on this website we can go and look at the upcoming events etc…that would be good on the site

  • VJ says:

    The best place will be Himachal Pradesh Agriculture University Palampur dairy department.

  • ritesh says:

    Would be great if you can provide any references to me. Mobile nos if any of a person who might be interested in training.

  • VJ says:

    Please visit http://www.hillagric.ernet.in official HPKV website. You can get required phone numbers from there and check if some trainings are available or not. You can always try to arrange some training working with HPKV employees. Its their job to educate and help people.

  • suresh shandilya says:

    how successful dairy system is in himachal pradesh? my friend is destroyed, working on this project.

  • There are many sucess stories of farmers, farm women and of dairy enterpreneures of Kangra, Shimla, Una and Solan districts who got training at NDRI Karnal.

    Any one intrested to attend a training programme on scientific dairy farming under hill situations can contact HPKV Palampur or National Dairy Reserach Institute Karnal.

    Our e mail ids are
    [email protected]
    [email protected]

  • ajay narula says:

    sir,iwant to start dairy farming from 0 level. at present i am doing other business very well

  • virender thakur says:

    i want to start with dairy business please suggest how to go for it

  • puran says:

    where can one buy good breeds of cow for commercial dairy operations….and what is the price range….

  • Ankur Awasthi says:

    Hi
    my name is ankur. I have done my MBA just 1 month back, planning to start own dairy farm. Right now we are having only 1 personal cow. We want to get training, wish to buy milk extracting machine too.
    Plz give me proper guidance for the same. Is there any subsidy on it. We live in palampur.
    Regards
    ankur awasthi
    palampur (H.P.)
    contact no.- +91-9816903949

    • Ravi says:

      you can get in touch with any nationalised banks or cooperative banks for venture capital loan assistance…this is Nabard sponsored loan where in govet india assists 50% oof ammount as interest free…u hav to bear 10% of loan and balance 40% loan with interest.. u can go in for milch animals up to 10 in numbers and other infrastructural loans assistance

  • narinder sharma says:

    i want to run adairy business in himachal pradesh in dis una

  • ASHISH SHARMA says:

    Hello
    Sir/Madam,
    i am ashish sharma from vill dehra distt. kangra. i want to start dairy farm from 0 level, at present i am working as accountant in pvt. firm. but i have 1 cow in my home. can u help me how i start a dairy farm and i want to supply milk direct to company, there is any company or other dairy farm who purchase milk from other like outsourceing. if there is any company plz give me ph.no. or other info. about these company. and plz tell me there is any subsidy from govt. in dairy business. Plz give me proper guidance for the same

    Regards:-
    Ashish Sharma

  • ASHISH SHARMA says:

    hello
    Sir/Madam,
    i am ashish sharma. Plz give me proper guidance for dairy farming in kangra teh dehra. i have already sent a mail for the same but there is no respons or any mail i have receive yet. Please guide me.

  • khup leivang says:

    Hello
    sir/madam
    I would like to participate dairy farming programme in your esteemed institute.
    Hence I request you that kindly send me a prospectus,fee ,structure,qualification and accomodation details….etc
    I’m eagerly waiting for your reply

    Thanking You

    Your faithfully
    khup leivang

  • RAJAVEL says:

    dear sir/madem
    I am a BE/MBA graguate, i am planning to start the dairy farm with 20 to 50 cows,and i have some money and 4 acre own land and 4 acre in hand one more land 2 flat land with house, i am seriously doing project about this business, i want property against loan amount of 15,00,000/- pls help to me,my mobile no:09663161741,email:[email protected], thank you

  • rRajeev Singh Bagga says:

    Dear sir/madam,
    Iam a post graduats and want to start adairy farm on small scale.i want some help frome you.
    thanks

  • sanjay kumar says:

    dear sir,
    I had started cattle feed manufacturing unit in Kangra I want to supply cattle feed in dairy farm please send me contact details of farmers (contact me 9817716422)

  • Rakesh Kumar says:

    R/Sir,

    I want to start with dairy business please suggest how to go for it.

    Regards

    Rakesh
    9817170347

  • ex man vinodkumar says:

    Dear sir
    I want take a dairy agency in
    bijhari teh barsar distt hamirpur pls
    Sugess me the procedure of take diary.both/agency.
    Phone No.8262909966

  • Ranjeet Singh says:

    Dear All
    Starting a Business is not a issue but challenge is to maintain it successfully. I have some tips which you can use.
    1. Form a co-operative society of your village and ask every family to sign a MOU to surrender the land (Land where direct water supply is not available) to society.
    2. Start dairy from 10 Sahiwal or Red Sindhi Cows and use surrendered land for grazing of these cows.
    3. Just appoint one or two persons who are un-employed to take care of cows and their salary should be paid from the society.
    4. After 6 months add 10 more cows now your commercial journey will start.
    Do not sell milk, sell paneer or ghee to avoid transportation cost.
    5. Diversify business by adding Goats, Poultry Farms and Organic Farming.
    6. Try to develop your own brands in the markets.

    For any consultancy pl. call at 09711128995.

  • Kapil Sharma says:

    Dear Sir

    Is dairy farming proves to be much lucrative in the mid hilly areas of Chamba District……Moreover which breeds of cows would be suit to this area?

  • Harsh says:

    Dear Sir,
    I am MBA graduate from reputed B school,
    Currently working in pct sector, we have 20 Bigha land and now thinking to switch over to my own business of dairy farm.
    Need guidance on the same ..i am from Distt Mandi, also want to know about supply chain process for the same…like where we can sell milk in bulk or is there any industry in distt mandi we can connect to

    Regards
    Harsh
    9805295143

  • Anshul Sharma says:

    I Anshul sharma Sales executive in tiwana cattle feed ,best quality cattle feed ,if someone required call at 7807750360 , Himachal pradesh

  • Mohit says:

    I plan to start a cow dairy farm I will in future but main problem is milk sale where I sale whole milk I don’t want to sale in market I want to sale in company. if u have any information so Plz tell me and hpkv palmpur is very near from my home I think 20km.

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