Dairy At Glance
Dairy Entrepreneurship Development

DAIRY ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT SCHEME

 

Dairy and Poultry Venture capital fund launched in 2005-06 was segregated into Dairy and Poultry Venture Capital Funds during the year 2009-10. The mode of implementation of Dairy Venture Capital Fund is changed from interest free loan to capital subsidy and a revised scheme Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme (DEDS) has come into effect from 1 September 2010.

Objectives
arrow To promote setting up of modern dairy farms for production of clean milk
arrow To encourage heifer calf rearing thereby conserve good breeding stock
arrow To bring structural changes in the unorganized sector so that initial processing of milk can be taken up at the village level itself.
arrow To bring about upgradation of quality and traditional technology to handle milk on a commercial scale
arrow To generate self employment and provide infrastructure mainly for unorganized sector.

Activities covered and indicative unit costs

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arrow Small dairy farms - Cross bred cows, Indigenous descript breeds and Graded buffaloes (upto 10 animals) - Rs.5 lakh
arrow Vermicompost (with milch animals unit) - Rs 20,000/-
arrow Heifer calf rearing - upto 20 calves - Rs 4.80 lakh
arrow Purchase of milking machines / milko testers / bulk milk coolers (upto 2000 lr. capacity) - Rs.18 lakh
arrow Indigenous milk products manufacturing units - upto Rs.12 lakh.
arrow Dairy product transport facilities and cold chain - Rs.24 lakh.
arrow Cold storage for milk/milk products - Rs.30 lakh.
arrow Private veterinary clinic - Rs.2.4 lakh - Mobile Units, Rs.1.80 lakh - Stationary Units
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Dairy parlour - Rs 56,000/-

 

 

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Akshay Sadana

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