The increasing demand for milk and milk products as well as better realisation of milk prices by dairy farmers has attracted new generation entrepreneurs towards dairy business as a full time profession. These new entrants are looking for a viable model and want to start on small scale, say 10 animals and progress to 50 or 100 animals in a period of two to three years. The profitability of a dairy farm is dictated by the variables of investment, income and expenditure. The entrepreneur therefore must evaluate the economic feasibility before venturing into commercial dairy farming.
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