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					Orientation Workshop for the District Collector and
 BDO of the select Districts and Blocks at National
Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad on 28th
                & 29th October, 2010

       Department of Animal
      Husbandry, Dairying and
        Government of India
            Livestock population
                              Figure in thousands
Sl. No.   Species             Population
1.        Cattle               185181
2.        Buffaloes             97922
3.        Mithun                   278
4.        Yak                      65
5.        Sheep                 61469
6.        Goat                 124358
7.        Horses & Pony            751
9.        Donkey                   650
10.       Camel                    632
11.       Pig                   13519
12.       Mules                    176
14.       Poultry              489012
                   TOTAL       974013
Objectives of Animal Husbandry
• To augment production of livestock and
  poultry products such as milk, meat, egg,
  wool and other byproducts.
• To supply productive variety livestock and
  poultry to the needy farmers.
• To provide adequate animal breeding
  services for improvement and upgradation
  of local/ indigenous breeds.
Objectives of Animal Husbandry
• To educate people by imparting training on
  scientific and modern methods of livestock
  and poultry farming systems for
  enhancement of livestock and poultry
• To provide proper health care of livestock
  through proper diagnosis of diseases, timely
  vaccination and rational treatment for
  optimizing livestock production.
Objectives of Animal Husbandry
• To organize various Animal Husbandry and
  Dairy co-operatives / Self Help Groups at
  different levels and assist them in
  generating Self-employment for earning
  sustainable income throughout the year.
        Poultry Development
• Poultry Development is a household activity
  in India.
• Scientific poultry production in India gained
  momentum during the last 4 decades due to
  concerted efforts of the Government of
  India through policies, institutions and
  focused research and initiatives taken by the
  private sector.
         Poultry Development
• The poultry sector has emerged from entirely
  unorganized farming practices to the commercial
  production system with state of the art
  technological interventions.
• Poultry sector, besides providing direct or indirect
  employment to people, is also a potent tool for
  subsidiary income generation for many landless
  and marginal farmers and also provides nutritional
  security especially to the rural poor.
        Poultry Development
• The Centrally Sponsored Scheme on
  Poultry Development implemented by the
  Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying
  & Fisheries (DADF) has 3 components
  namely (i) Assistance to State Poultry
  Farms, (ii) Rural Backyard Poultry
  Development and (iii) Poultry Estates (new
           Poultry Development
Assistance to State Poultry Farms:
• Aims to strengthen existing state poultry farms so as to
  enable them to provide inputs, mainly in terms of
  providing improved stocks suitable for rural backyard
• Sharing pattern of funds between center & state is 80 : 20
  (except for NE states for which 100% central funding is
• The components of the scheme could include strengthening
  of infrastructure, feed mixing plants & equipment for feed
  analytical laboratory, in house disease diagnostic
  laboratory, revolving fund for purchase of hatching eggs,
  parent stock, feed ingredients, marketing, consultancy etc.
        Poultry Development
Rural Backyard Poultry Development:
• This component aims to cover BPL beneficiaries
  enabling them to gain supplementary income and
  nutritional support.
• Funding is in the form of grant to state
  government and fully funded by Government of
  India except for loan subcomponents for mother
  units which will be provided to NABARD.
         Poultry Development
Poultry Estates (new component):
• Entrepreneurship skills are to be improved through
  exploratory pilot component of poultry estates.
• It is meant primarily for educated, unemployed
  youth and small farmers with some margin money
  for making a profitable venture out of various
  poultry related activities in a scientific and bio
  secure cluster approach.
• Grant will be provided to states for infrastructure
  development on 75:25 (center : state) sharing basis
  and 100% grant to NABARD for other
         Dairy Development
• Government of India is making efforts to
  increase productivity of the milch animals
  and thus increase the per capita availability
  of milk.
• About 13.9 million farmers have been
  brought under the ambit of 1,33,349 village
  level dairy cooperative societies in the
  country as part of operation flood
         Dairy Development
• The efforts of DADF in the dairy sector are
  concentrated on promotion of dairy
  activities mainly in non-operation flood
  areas with emphasis on building up
  cooperative infrastructure, revitalization of
  sick dairy cooperative federation and
  creation of infrastructure in the states for
  production of quality milks and milk
         Dairy Development
• The important schemes of DADF on dairy
  development are (i) Intensive Dairy
  Development Programme (IDDP), (ii)
  Strengthening infrastructure for quality and
  clean milk production, (iii) Assistance to
  Cooperatives and (iv) Dairy Venture Capital
         Dairy Development
Intensive Dairy Development Programme
• The main objectives of the scheme are :
  – Development of milch cattle
  – Increasing milk production by providing
    technical input services
  – Procurement, processing and marketing of milk
    in a cost effective manner
  – Ensure remunerative prices to the milk
           Dairy Development
Intensive Dairy Development Programme (IDDP):
• The scheme started in 1993-94 on 100% grant-in-
  aid basis.
• The scheme is continued in 2010-11 in hilly and
  backward areas including districts which received
  grants of less than Rs. 50 lakhs, for dairy
  development activities during operation flood
• Pattern of funding is 100% grant in aid from central
  government to state governments/ UTs except for a
  few items like cost of land for chilling centers,
  provision of water and electricity connection, salary
  of project & monitoring staff etc.
            Dairy Development
Intensive Dairy Development Programme (IDDP):
• The scheme will be implemented by State Dairy Federation
  District Milk Unions.
• Funds will be released directly to implementing agencies.
• Maximum project cost will be Rs. 3 crore per district.
• Major components of the project will include
    – Milk processing & marketing facilities including chilling,
      processing, product manufacturing
    – Milk procurement activities
    – Technical input services including breed improvement, animal
      health care, feed & fodder development etc.
           Dairy Development
Intensive Dairy Development Programme (IDDP):
• Cattle induction to be restricted to only SC/STs and
  BPL families subject to overall ceiling of 10% of
  total project cost and subsidy may be restricted to
  50% of the cost of cattle as per norms decided by
• Project    prepared     by      State    Government/
  Implementing agencies will be considered by
  project sanctioning committee consisting of
  Secretary, DADF and representatives of Finance
  Ministry, Planning Commission, Ministry of RD,
  AS&FA (DADF), JS(Dairy Development) DADF
  and NDDB.
         Dairy Development
Strengthening infrastructure for quality
 and clean milk production:
• The objective of the scheme is creation of
  necessary infrastructure for production of
  quality milk at the farmers level up to the
  points of consumptions.
• Improvement of milking procedure at the
  farmers level
• Training & strengthening of infrastructure
        Dairy Development
Strengthening infrastructure for quality
 and clean milk production:
• The scheme is being implemented through
  the State government by District
  Cooperative Milk Union / State Level Milk
• The target group are farmer members of
  primary dairy cooperative societies.
           Dairy Development
Strengthening infrastructure for quality and
  clean milk production:

• The scheme is implemented on 100% grant in aid
  basis to State Govt./ UTs for the components
  training of farmer members, supply of detergents
  and antiseptic solution, stainless steel utensils,
  strengthening of existing laboratory facilities
  whereas 75% financial assistance is provided for
  setting up of milk chilling facilities at village level
  in the form of bulk milk coolers.
           Dairy Development
Assistance to Cooperatives :
• The objective of the scheme is to revitalize the
  sick dairy cooperative unions at the district level
  and cooperative federations at the state level.
• The scheme is being implemented by the
  concerned district cooperative milk unions / state
  dairy federation.
• The central grant under the scheme are to be
  provided to the milk unions / federations through
            Dairy Development
Assistance to Cooperatives :
• The target group are the sick cooperative milk unions/
  federations. A number of dairy cooperatives with 3 tier
  structure namely village level primary cooperatives,
  district level unions and state level federation have been
  setup in different parts of the country under the operation
  flood programme. For a variety of reasons, a number of
  these unions / federations have accumulated losses. These
  accumulated losses have been imposing severe hardships
  to the milk producers and their dairy economy, resulting in,
  among other things, delayed and irregular payments to the
  poor farmer members of these cooperatives.
        Dairy Development
Assistance to Cooperatives :
• The funds are released on 50:50 sharing
  basis between Union of India & the
  concerned state government.
          Dairy Development
Dairy Venture Capital Fund :
• To bring about structural changes in the
  unorganized sector, the measures like milk
  processing at village level, marketing of
  pasteurized milk in a cost effective manner,
  quality      upgradation      of    traditional
  technology to handle commercial scale
  using modern equipment and management
  skills, the venture capital fund was started.
            Dairy Development
Dairy Venture Capital Fund :
• Under the scheme, financial assistance is provided
  as loan to the rural/ urban beneficiaries under a
  schematic proposal through bankable project. The
  scheme is being implemented through NABARD.
• The pattern of assistance is
   – Entrepreneur’s contribution            - 10%
   – Interest free loan from revolving
     fund provided by GOI                   - 50%
   – Bank loan at interest applicable for
     agricultural acitvities                - 40%
         Dairy Development
Dairy Venture Capital Fund :
• Government of India subsidizes the interest
  component applicable for agricultural
  activities to the extent of 50% only in case
  of regular / timely repayment by the
            Evaluation Criteria
Sl. No. Criteria                          Weight
  1.    Assessment of need, collection     15%
        of data, conduct of survey etc.
  2.    Preparation of DPR                 25%
  3.    Formation of sanctioning and       10%
        monitoring committees
  4     Approval of Project and release    25%
        of funds
  5     Monitoring & Evaluation            25%