Ten-Animal Dairy Unit: Need of Times

A farmer maintaining two-animal unit can plan to gradually benefit by raising it to a ten-animal unit to generate income almost equal to what a school qualified can get as monthly salary for a job in a nearby town. The economics of such a unit has been worked out, assuming that it is managed by a farmer’s family having one hectare of land dedicated to fodder cultivation.
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Milk Procurement: Holistic Approach

Today if any dairy organisation has to be successful, it has to imbibe the features of the Anand Pattern of milk procurement which is in reality a grand mix of the practices of an art, science, technology and philosophy. Milk procurement — a subject often considered non-technical — is in reality a grand mix of all these faculties.
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