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Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme 2014

Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme 2014
A centrally sponsored scheme implemented through NABARD with an objective to promote setting up of modern dairy farms for production of clean milk, encourage heifer calf rearing, bring structural changes in the unorganized sector and generate self employment.
Farmers, individual entrepreneurs, NGOs, companies ,pensioners, groups of
unorgainsed and organized sector etc. including self help groups, dairy cooperative societies, milk unions , milk federations etc.
An individual will be eligible to avail assistance for all the components under the scheme but only once for each component
More than one member of a family can be assisted under the scheme provided they set up separate units with separate infrastructure at different locations. The distance between the boundaries of two such farms should be at least 500m.
Funding pattern
Entrepreneur contribution ( margin) – 10 % of the outlay ( minimum)
Back ended capital subsidy –25% for general and 33% for SC/ST.
Effective Bank Loan – Balance portion, Minimum of 40% of the outlay
Repayment Period will depend on the nature of activity and cash flow and will vary between 3- 7 years. Grace period 3 to 6 months in case of dairy farms and upto 3 years for calf rearing units.
How to apply
Approach the nearest Veterinary Assistant Surgeon, Block Veterinary Officer or the Chief Animal Husbandry Officer of the concerned District along with :
  • Affidavit of being unemployed and not a defaulter of any bank or financial institutions
  • Photocopy of Ration card/State Subject
  • Land papers for mortgage if loan amount exceeds Rs.1.00 lacs
  • Photocopy of category certificate if any.
  • Three passport size photographs
  • Copy of driving license if the unit is Refrigerated vehicle
  • Degree certificate of BVSc&AH in case of Mobile/Stationery Vet. Clinic.
Components Which Can Be Funded
  • Establishment of small dairy units with crossbreed cows/graded buffaloes up to 10 animals = Rs. 5.00 lac for 10 animal’s( minimum unit size is 2 animals and Maximum 10 animals)
  • Rearing of heifer calves crossbreed/ graded buffaloes- up to 20 calves = Rs. 4.80 lac for 20 calf unit (minimum unit size 5 calves and Maximum 20 calves).
  • Vermi-compost (to be considered with milch animals and not separately) = Rs. 20,000/-
  • Purchase of milking machines/ milkotesters/ bulk milk cooling units ( up to 2000 litre capacity) = Rs: 18 lac
  • Purchase of dairy processing equipment for manufacturing of indigenous milk products = Rs: 12 lac
  • Establishment of dairy product transportation facilities and cold chain = Rs: 24 lac
  • Cold storage facilities for milk and milk products. = Rs: 30 lac
  • Establishment of private veterinary clinics = Rs: 2.4 lac for mobile clinic and Rs. 1.80 lac for stationary clinic
  • Dairy marketing outlet/dairy parlour = Rs: 56,000/-

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Posted Date : 31/01/2015 Posted By : Admin