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									       Financial Summary of Bundelkhand Package (Uttar Pradesh)
                                                                                       (Rs. in lakh)
S.No.                        Activity                         1stYear   2ndYear   3rdYear     Total
  1     PROGRAMMS/PROJECT PROPOSAL UNDER
        ON GOING GOI SCHEMES
 1.1    PROJECT PROPOSAL UNDER ASCAD (75%-
        25%)
        1.1.A FMD Vaccination Campaign                         268.39    268.39    268.39    805.17
        1.1.B PPR Vaccination Campaign                          44.17     13.25     13.25     70.67
        1.1.C HS Vaccination                                    81.06     81.06     81.06    243.18
                                       Total of 1.1(A to C)    393.62    362.70    362.70   1119.02
        1.1.D Training of Veterinarians and Paravets             5.40      6.80      1.40     13.60
        (Bundelkhand Region) (100%)
                                               Total of 1.1    399.02    369.50    364.10   1132.62
 1.2    PROGRAMME UNDER NPCBB (100%
        CENTRALY SPONSORED)
        1.2.A STRENGTHENING LIQUID NITROGEN                     48.41     50.00         -     98.41
        TRANSPORT AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AT
        JHANSI FOR BUNDELKHAND REGION
        1.2.B Distribution of bulls for Natural Service        108.25     90.75         -    199.00
                                              Total of 1.2     156.66    140.75      0.00    297.41
                        SUB TOTAL                              555.65    510.25    364.10   1430.00
  2     PROGRAMME PROPOSAL UNDER RKVY
 2.1    MODERNIZATION, STRENGTHENING AND                       740.00    610.00         -   1350.00
        EQUIPPING OF VETERINARY HOSPITALS OF
        THE REGION AS PER VETERINARY COUNCIL
        OF INDIA NORMS
 2.2    ESTABLISHMENT OF MOBILE VETERINARY                     276.00    288.00         -    564.00
        AND A.I. UNITS
 2.3    CAMPAIGN OF DEWORMING AND VITAMIN                       82.15     82.15         -    164.30
        AND MINERAL SUPPLEMENT FOR GOAT
 2.4    ESTABLISHMENT OF GOAT UNITS                            197.68    224.02              421.70
                        SUB TOTAL                             1295.83   1204.17      0.00   2500.00
  3     PROGRAMME UNDER ACA
 3.1    ESTABLISHMENT OF A.I. CENTERS THROUGH                  403.70    645.20    484.19   1533.09
        ASSISTANCE TO NGO`S
 3.2    ESTABLISHMENT OF FODDER BANKS AND
        COMPRESSED FODDER BLOCK UNIT IN
        BUNDELKHAND REGION:
        3.2 A. FODDER BANKS                                    150.00     30.00     30.00    210.00
        3.2 B. FODDER BLOCK                                    161.25     98.40     98.40    358.05
                                      Total of 3.2             311.25    128.40    128.40    568.05
 3.3    ESTABLISHMENT OF GOAT UNITS                            342.64    360.22         -    702.86
 3.4    AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR REMOVAL OF                       64.00     64.00     64.00    192.00
        “ANNA PRATHA”: A COMMUNITY DRIVEN
        AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR REMOVAL OF
        ANNA        PRATHA-CLUSTER      VILLAGE
        APPROACH
 3.5    ESTABLISHMENT OF SHEEP AND GOAT MEAT                        -    200.00    200.00    400.00
        PROCESSING UNIT WITH SLAUGHTER LINE
        AND OFFAL PROCESSING (50% CAPITAL
        ASSISTANCE)
                        SUB TOTAL                             1121.59   1397.82    876.59   3396.00
                       GRAND TOTAL                            2973.07   3112.24   1240.69   7326.00
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           SCHEMES OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
                       UNDER
         SAMARA COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
              FOR BUNDELKHAND REGION
           (UNDER BUNDELKHAND PACKAGE)
              STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH

Introduction:
      Livestock sector is a fast growing sector in rural India. Nearly three fourth
of the rural households are depending on it. Animal Husbandry in U.P. is a major
economic activity in rural areas. The Livestock population in U.P is 702.41 Lac as
per livestock census 2003. Department of Animal Husbandry plays a vital role in
state GDP i.e. 9%. The departmental Animal Disease control institutions which
are engaged in control/developmental activities are as follows:

Veterinary Hospital                             :       2200
Veterinary Dispensaries "D" Class               :       268
Pashu Seva Kendra                               :      2559
Disease diagnostics laboratories                :      11
Available Area for Livestock & Social economic status of Farmers
      Utter Pradesh is a vast state with a reporting land area of 24.10 million
hectare and total livestock population of 70.241 million and human population of
166.1 million (Census 2001). About 79 percent human population of state resides
in rural area. This is agreed fact that Animal Husbandry Sector is the backbone
of Agriculture and its contribution in enlistment of socio economic status of rural
people is very much significant. Animal Husbandry is the only sector, which has
enormous potential of employment generation for rural youths. Beside this,
Livestock produce, as milk, meat etc. are available for human use and wool,
bone, hide, manure etc. are available for marketing.
       Uttar Pradesh divided in four economical regions as;
I- Western Region                       II-Central Region
III- Eastern Region (Purvanchal)       IV- Bundelkhand Region
      The departmental Animal Disease control institutions which are engaged
in control/developmental activities in Bundel Khand Region are as follows:

Veterinary Hospital                            :    128
Veterinary Dispensaries "D" Class              :    28
Pashu Seva Kendra                              :   138
Disease diagnostics laboratories               :   1
and total livestock population of Bundel Khand Region is 49.124 lakh.
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                         Livestock Population in Bundelkhand Region

Sl.No.       Name of              Livestock Population (According to Census Year 2003)
             District            Large Animal                   Small Animals           Grand
                           Cow      Buffalo    Total     Sheep       Goat        Pig    Total
  1         3               4          5         6          7          8          9       10
  1      Jhansi          306821     182382    489203     55705      218781     14004   777693
  2      Jalaun          237087     239162    476249     30048      257389     26522   790208
  3      Lalitpur        439576     163746    603322     12216      153714      4028   773280
          Total          983484     585290    1568774    97969      629884     44554   2341181
  4       Banda          386718     232638    619356     12491      151273     17887   801007
  5    Chitrakoot        420334     138847    559181     18547      95788      10267   683783
  6     Hamirpur         266208     133391    399599     25872      128723     25076   579270
  7     Mahoba           200091     102969    303060     23772      154531     25765   507128
          Total          1273351    607845    1881196    80682      530315     78995   2571188
    Grand Total          2256835 1193135 3449970         178651    1160199    123549   4912369


   Infrastructure:
S. No.        Region          District     No. of              Departmental Institutions
                                           Blocks
                                                      V.H.     L.E.O.      „D‟ Class       Total
                                                               Center      Hospital
  1             2                 3           4         5         6             7            8
  1           Jhansi           Jhansi         8        22        15             3           40
  2                            Jalaun         9        20        34             6           60
  3                            Lalitpur       6        19        25             7           51
                                Total        23        61        74            16          150
  4          Chitrakoot         Banda         8        20        17             5           42
  5            Dham         Chitrakoot        5        13        15             1           27
  6                           Hamirpur        7        19        21             4           43
  7                           Mahoba          4        15        10             2           21
                                Total        24        67        63            12          133
                  Grand Total                47       128       138            28          284

              One Regional Disease Diagnostic Lab at Jhansi
              Three State Live Stock Farms – Jalaun, Jhansi & Lalitpur
              One Liquid Nitrogen plant at Jhansi.


                                  BUNDELKHAND REGION
                 PROJECTS/PROGRAMMES TO BE IMPLEMENTED

               Projects of Rs. 73.26 crores are being formulated in animal husbandry
   sector with the emphasis on animal husbandry development, productivity
   enhancement and capacity building in this sector in 7 districts of the region. The
   financial heads and programmes are being taken in accordance with the
   guidelines of package with the proposal of Rs. 14.30 crores under sharing basis,
   Rs. 25.00 crores under RKVY and Rs. 33.96 crores under ACA components. In
   these projects emphasis is given to Animal Husbandry development through
   Farmer and village centered approach, productivity enhancement.
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1. PROGRAMMES/PROJECT PROPOSAL UNDER ON GOING GOI
                    SCHEMES
1.1.     PROJECT PROPOSAL UNDER ASCAD (75%-25%)
         Under ongoing Government of India (GOI) scheme ASCAD (75%-25%),
vaccination campaign against major livestock diseases of economic importance
is taken by the State through assistance from GOI on sharing basis. Presently
based on the mandate of GOI, 28 districts of the State are covered under FMD
vaccination, 16 districts are covered under PPR vaccination campaign with the
objectives of eradication. 22 districts are also covered under HS vaccination
campaign. Since 7 districts of Bundelkhand are not covered under ASCAD and
come under States' routine vaccination programme, there is a need to launch
extensive vaccination campaign in these districts also.

Details of the Programme/Components:
         Vaccination programme shall be under taken in the districts as campaign
with the deployment of vaccination teams, logistic support and completion of
campaign in a specified time. As per GOI mandate, 80% to 100% of the livestock
population shall be covered under vaccination. Each vaccination team shall be
constituted with 5 members and headed by the local veterinary officer. Provisions
of hired vehicle for transportation of teams, vaccine shall be incorporated
including supportive medicines. The vaccination campaign shall be launched as
per the existing guidelines of the continuing scheme.

1.1.A FMD Vaccination Campaign:
      80-100% of the adult cattle and buffalo shall be covered under the
       programme excluding young animals up to 4 months of the age and animals
       in advance pregnancy.
      Campaign shall be completed in 60 days with the formation of    teams.
Sl.No.        Districts          Cattle           Buffalo             Total (Cattle
                               Population        Population            & Buffalo)
                                                                       Population
1.         Jhansi                   306821                 182382           489203
2          Lalitpur                 439576                 163746           603322
3          Jalaun                   237087                 239162           476249
4          Banda                    386718                 232638           619356
5          Chitrakoot               420334                 138847           559181
6          Mahoba                   200091                 102969           303060
7          Hamirpur                 266208                 133391           399599
           Total                   2256835                1193135          3449970
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1.1.B PPR Vaccination Campaign:

         Campaign shall be completed in 60 days.
         100% sheep and goat population shall be covered excluding kids below 3
          months of age.
         Since protective level remains for 5 years, from 2nd year 30% population
          as new increment shall be covered under vaccination.

1.1.C HS Vaccination:

         80-100% of the cattle and buffalo population shall be covered under the
          programme.
         All animals shall be vaccinated in specified time of 60 days.
         Teams shall be formed with the logistic for completion of programme in
          specific time period.
Financial Component:
                                                                              (Rupees in lakh)
A)       FMD Vaccination Campaign                   1st Year     2nd Year   3rd Year    Total
         Doses of FMD Vaccine 3449970                223.55       223.55     223.55    670.65
         @ Rs. 6.48/dose
         Logistics including expenditure on           44.84        44.84      44.84    134.52
         syringes, needles, transportation,
         maintenance of cold chain, supportive
         medicine, etc. @ Rs. 1.30 per dose

                      Total                          268.39       268.39     268.39    805.17

B)       PPR Vaccination Campaign                     1st Year   2nd Year   3rd Year    Total
         Doses of PPR Vaccine 1338850 doses             26.77        8.03       8.03    42.83
         (sheep & goats) @ Rs. 2.00 per dose
         Logistics including expenditure on             17.40        5.22       5.22   27.84
         syringes,    needles,    transportation,
         maintenance of cold chain, supportive
         medicine, etc. @ Rs. 1.30 per dose
                        Total                           44.17       13.25      13.25    70.67

C)       HS Vaccination Campaign                      1stYear 2ndYear       3rdYear     Total
         Doses of HS Vaccine 3449970 doses             36.22        36.22     36.22    108.66
         @ Rs. 1.05 per dose
         Logistics including expenditure on            44.84        44.84     44.84    134.52
         syringes,   needles,    transportation,
         maintenance of cold chain, supportive
         medicine, etc. @ Rs. 1.30 per dose

                       Total                           81.06        81.06     81.06    243.18
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Financial Summary
                                                                                      (Rupees in lakh)
S.No.       Component                                1st Year 2ndYear             3rdYear       Total
  A)        FMD Vaccination Campaign                  268.39        268.39         268.39      805.17
  B)        PPR Vaccination Campaign                   44.17         13.25          13.25       70.67
  C)        HS Vaccination Campaign                    81.06         81.06          81.06      243.18
                 Grand Total                          393.62        362.70         362.70     1119.02

Total 3 years estimated expenditure = Rs. 1119.02 lakh
Note- GOI norms of the estimate are based on GOI schemes sanctioned and
State Govt.'s financial rules of procurement of Stores.

Outcome of the Programme:
        Due to extensive implementation of the vaccination coverage in the area,
losses due to diseases shall be minimal. Farmers of Bundelkhand region suffers
with losses of livestock during frequent drought. Losses due to diseases further
aggravates their miseries. Major impacts of the implementation of programme
are-
            Decline in losses due to livestock deaths.
            Shall ensure healthy livestock production.
            Shall ensure economic stability of farmers by assured and health
             livestock production.
            Shall help in unrestricted trade and movement of livestock product
             from the area resulting more income to farmers.

1.1.D Training of Veterinarians and Paravets (Bundelkhand Region):
      (100%)
Financial Component:
                                                                                            (Rs. In Lakh)
                                       st               nd                   rd
  S.     Component                   1 Year            2 Year            3 Year                  Total
  No.                                Phy    Fin       Phy     Fin        Phy    Fin           Phy        Fin
   1.    Training             of 2 batches   4.00 2 batches    4.00      -              - 4 batches        8.00
         Veterinarians
   2.    Training of Paravets     1 batch    1.40 2 batch      2.80   1 batch        1.40 4 batches     5.60
               Total                         5.40              6.80                  1.40              13.60



            The programme is as per the mandate of ASCAD.
            Veterinarians of Bundelkhand region shall be trained amply in disease
             control, monitoring and surveillance system. One batch of 20
             veterinarians for 10 days, two in 1st year, two in 2nd year with cost of
             Rs. 2.00 lakh/batch.
         Paravets of the region viz LEOs shall also be trained in disease control
             activities and surveillance work. One batch of 20 Paravets for 10 days,
             one batch in 1st year, two in 2nd year and one in 3rd year with cost of
             Rs. 1.40 lakh/batch
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1.2 PROGRAMME UNDER NPCBB (100% CENTRALY SPONSORED):

       Presently in Bundelkhand region, there are 3449970 cattle and buffalo out
of which 13.97 lakh are breedable animals. There are 294 A.I. Centres working
in the area. A.I. activity is an input intensive programme. More emphasis is
needed on timely supply of liquid nitrogen to the A.I. Centres and paravets.
Therefore, for streamlining and strengthening of liquid nitrogen delivery system
under NPCBB, Jhansi Centre shall be developed as a hub for catering
Bundelkhand region.
       Since, under the package, more emphasis is being given for expanding
the improved breeding services through extensive A.I. Coverage for which more
A.I. units under NGOs are proposed to be established including deployment of
more paravets. Definitely, there will be double fold requirement of LN 2 and A.I.
inputs, for which the present system needs to be strengthened.

1.2.A STRENGTHENING LIQUID NITROGEN TRANSPORT AND
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AT JHANSI FOR BUNDELKHAND REGION:

Activity Component with Financial Estimates:

Bulk LN transport and distribution system
                                                                                      (Rs. In lakh)
                                                                 st           nd
 S. No. Activity Component                                       1 Year       2    Year     Total
    1   Strengthening LN transport and distribution
        system at Jhansi
    A   Bulk LN transport and distribution system
    i.  Establishment and furnishing of LN distribution centre        10.00             -     10.00
    ii. Strengthening of LN distribution centre and logistic           8.41             -      8.41
        support
   iii. Procurement of 6000 lts. Static Vessel                        22.00            -      22.00
   iv.  Installation and explosive licensing                           3.00            -       3.00
   v.   Garage for 6000 & 1000 lts. LN Transport Tanker                5.00            -       5.00
   vi.  Procurement of LN Transport Tanker with chassis                   -        30.00      30.00
        6000 lts, explosive license
   vii. Procurement of LN Tanker with chassis 1000 lts,                   -        20.00      20.00
        explosive license
                            Total                                     48.41        50.00      98.41
(Cost norms of the estimates are based on NPCBB programme guidelines as
approved by GOI (Annexed.......)

Impact of the Project:
    There shall be uninterrupted timely supply of liquid nitrogen to A.I. Centres
     and paravets in the area.
    Extra infrastructure developed for expanding A.I. coverage like more A.I.
     centres through NGOs, more paravets, shall get assured liquid nitrogen as
     per their requirement and well in time.
    Shall help in increased breeding coverage in the area and contribute in
     up-gradation of livestock of the area with enhanced productivity of
       livestock.
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1.2.B DISTRIBUTION OF BUFFALO BULLS FOR NATURAL SERVICE
       As per State coverage of 30% of breedable population covered under
improved breeding coverage through A.I., the coverage in Bundelkhand is only
up to 7.6%. Definitely, coverage of large livestock population distributed in a
large area of 7 districts is a challenging task. Though, in present days, there is
expansion of A.I. services, yet success of A.I. is more directed towards cows;
and in buffalo, natural service is of ut-most importance. Since A.I. expansion in
cows is being undertaken through expansion and establishment of A.I. units
through NGOs, expansion of improved breeding coverage in buffalos shall be
taken up by distribution of quality buffalo bulls in the area.
Details of the Programme:
a. Distribution of 70 Bulls (10/district)
     10 adult service age Murrah Buffalo Bulls shall be distributed in each
       district.
     These bulls shall be distributed to the villagers of all categories who will be
       custodian of the bull, maintain and provide service to the Buffalo owner on
       charge basis.
             Details of Procurement and Distribution of Murrah Buffalo Bulls
                                                                             (Rs. In lakh)
 S.No.                  District          No. of Bulls            Cost of Bulls @
                                                                 Rs. 0.25 lakh/bull
  1.       Jhansi                             10                        2.50
  2.       Lalitpur                           10                        2.50
  3.       Jalaun                             10                        2.50
  4.       Banda                              10                        2.50
  5.       Chitrakoot                         10                        2.50
  6.       Hamirpur                           10                        2.50
  7.       Mahoba                             10                        2.50
           Total                              70                       17.50

b. Procurement and Rearing of Buffalo Male Calves (Rearing For 2 Years)
and their Distribution as Bull
    Since there is lesser availability of quality adult bulls, 410 male buffalo
         calves shall be reared upto the service age under the programme and
         quality buffalo bulls shall be distributed in the area one per Nyaya
         Panchayat with the total of 410 bulls in 2 years.
        Quality buffalo male calves of Murrah, Bhadawari breed shall be procured
         from their respective breeding tracts, and shall be reared for one year on
         the Govt. livestock farms of the region i.e. Bharari-Jhansi, Saidpur-Lalitpur
         and Atta-Jalaun.
        8 sheds for rearing of 2 batches of 205 calves in two years shall be
         constructed/modified at the Govt. farms with provision of labour on
         contract basis or through MANREGA.
        Cost of calves includes purchase cost, cost of feeding and insurance, etc.
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        At the age of 3 years these bulls shall be distributed to villages of all
         categories. The owner shall be the custodian of bulls and he shall
         maintain and provide service to the buffalo owner of the area and take
         charges for the service.
        Cost norms of construction of sheds shall be as per the schedule of Rate
         of contract of U.P. and estimates duly approved and verified by
         Construction and Evaluation Division. Dept. of Planning Govt. of Uttar
         Pradesh.
        With the above programs there shall be availability of 480 bulls from 3rd
         year in the area.
                         Farm wise details of Rearing of Buffalo Bulls
                                   st     nd
  S.      Name of Farm             1      2        No. of bull sheds    Cost of bull-calf sheds
  No.                             Year   Year     to be constructed      @ Rs. 15 lakh/shed
   1.     Bharari Farm Jhansi     100    105               4                     60.00
   2.     Atta Farm Jalaun         50     55               2                     30.00
   3.     Saidpur Farm Lalitpur    55     50               2                     30.00
          Total                   205    205               8                    120.00

Financial Component
 Expenditure on procurement of 410 bulls calves in 410 Nyaya Panchayat
                                                                                    (Rs. in Lakh)
 S.No.     District Name     No. of the Nyaya     The no. of buffalo    @ Rs. 15000.00 per
                               Panchayat             bull calves       bull calve (Total exp.)
  1        Hamirpur                  63                   63                     9.45
  2        Banda                     72                   72                    10.80
  3        Chitrakoot                46                   46                    10.65
  4        Mahoba                    35                   35                    05.25
  5        Jhansi                    65                   65                    09.75
  6        Lalitpur                  48                   48                    07.20
  7        Jalaun                    81                   81                    08.40
           Total                    410                  410                    61.50
Strengthening/construction of calf rearing shed 08 @ Rs. 15.00 lakh/each rearing
shed: Rs. 120.00 lakh.
         Financial Summary of Breeding Programme through Natural Services
                                                                                    (Rs. In lakh)
                 st                                  nd
            1 year                                  2 year                          Total
 17.50 + 30.75 + 60.00 = 108.25                30.75 + 60 = 90.75                  199.00

Impact of the Project:
  This shall strengthen the improved breeding coverage in buffalo in the area.
  Approximately 41000-50000 buffalos shall be covered annually with
   coverage of total 2.00 to 2.50 lakh buffalos in breeding life of bulls resulting
   into genetic improvement of 2.00-2.50 lakh buffalo of the area.
  This shall help immensely in up gradation of local buffalo population of the
   area and help in productivity enhancement of local breeds.
  This shall result in diversion of farmers of the area to buffalo rearing instead
   of rearing of unproductive cattle which is the main reason of "Anna Pratha".
       Therefore, the programme shall be helpful in removal of "Anna Pratha" also
       indirectly.
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             2.      PROGRAMME PROPOSAL UNDER RKVY

2.1 MODERNIZATION, STRENGTHENING AND EQUIPPING OF
VETERINARY HOSPITALS OF THE REGION AS PER VETERINARY
COUNCIL OF INDIA NORMS:

        Presently, there are 128 veterinary hospitals in the area working in the
field of animal health and rendering primary animal health services to the
livestock. These veterinary hospitals can only render primary health services and
are devoid of expert services, services of even minor surgical intervention, lack of
surgical operation facilities, indoor wards for patients, no provision of continuous
electric supply, contagious diseases ward and isolation units etc. They are not
equipped for any animal disease emergencies, no provision of mobility etc.
Therefore, project has been undertaken to strengthen and expand the VH as per
the VCI norms.
        District veterinary hospitals shall be developed as the referral hospitals
since presently there is no referral facility in the region. Presently, animals of the
region can only be referred to veterinary college, Mathura only even for small
specialist interventions and distance covered is approximately 300 to 500 kms
and transportation of sick animal to such a long distance is definitely a big task.
        Also State hospitals and block hospitals shall also be strengthened and
developed and equipped with basic diagnostic facilities.                 By ensuring basic
diagnostic facilities, 25% in reduction of cost of treatment shall be ensured to
farmers.

Financial Components-
                                                                                    (Rs. In Lakh)
                                                         st              nd
  S.     Component                                       1 Year          2 Year            Total
  No.                                                  Phy    Fin      Phy    Fin     Phy         Fin
   1.    Strengthening, modification, alteration of      7 140.00         -     -        7    140.00
         veterinary hospital with the provision of
         diagnostic    equipment,      creation   of
         diagnostic facilities, indoor patient ward,
         surgical operation theater, OTs, Provision
         of Portable Ultrasound and X-ray Unit,
         contagious diseases ward, continuous
         electric supply provisions with 5 KVA
         Generators, continuous water supply,
         provision of vehicle on contract basis etc.
         (District Hospitals of all the seven
         districts) @ Rs. 20.00lakh each.
    2    121 Veterinary Hospitals with facilities of    60    600.00    61    610.00   121   1210.00
    .    small and large animals, surgery room,
         equipments, etc. Modification, alteration
         and diagnostic facilities @ Rs. 10.00lakh
         each.
                         Total                                740.00          610.00         1350.00
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Impact of the Project-

      25% reduction in cost of treatment, based on diagnostic support.
      Assured referral facilities to the farmers in districts, reduction in
       transportation cost of sick animals.
      Miscellaneous expert oriented health intervention to animals resulting into
       saving of lives cost and high producing animals.
      Animal health emergency facilities shall help in saving of several animal
       lives.
      Contagious diseases wards and care units shall help in control of diseases
       of public health importance.

2.2    ESTABLISHMENT OF MOBILE VETERINARY AND A.I. UNITS
INTRODUCTION
       Infrastructural gaps limit the scope and reach of the veterinary services in
difficult terrain of Bundelkhand. The endeavor of veterinary officers and workers
are inadequate due to lack of infrastructure and thus decreases the feasibility of
effective working. The availability of trained professionals at hospital premises
may help the poor farmers at the time of their need in odd hours. Due to the lack
of funds many more new veterinary hospitals may not be possible. Now therefore
it is a great need to provide the door step services in the field of veterinary
extension, treatment & breeding services.

OBJECTIVE
  1.   It will help in generation of more convenient environment to work in the
       field of Animal Health and management services.
  2.   Improvement of breeding coverage upto 50 % through monitoring on A.I.
       units.
  3.   To provide better management and utilization of available human
       resources in the veterinary profession.
  4.   To prepare for quick emergency services during any natural calamity and
       disaster.
  5.   It will help in the development of extension services in rural areas.
  6.   Improvement in the economic status of the farmers indirectly by
       minimizing the inputs for animal husbandry.
       It is observed that one Veterinary Officer treat about 3000 animals and
one L.E.O. looks after about 1000 animals/annum, by giving services at hospital.
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If these stationery units are mobilized the efficiency and outcome would be
increased by many folds.

Establishment of Mobile Units
         Mobile units will be established in each block. All the block level veterinary
hospitals will be equipped for mobility. A total of 47 block hospitals shall be
mobilized in two financial years.

Sl.No.          District        Establishment of Mobile Units             Total
                                  1st year        2nd year
   1.           Jhansi               04              04                     08
   2.           Jalaun                04                 05                 09
   3.           Lalitpur              03                 03                 06
   4.           Banda                 04                 04                 08
   5.         Chitrakoot              02                 02                 04
   6.          Hamirpur               04                 04                 08
   7.           Mahoba                02                 02                 04
           TOTAL                      23                 24                 47

Mobile Staff
         The unit will work under a veterinary officer of Govt. of U.P. and required
staff will be deployed by the chief veterinary officer. The existing departmental
staff will serve the given task.

Financial Requirement:
Per Unit Cost Analysis
                                                                          (Rs. in lakh)
Sl.No.     Component                                             Cost
   1.      Mobile van (with all necessary equipments)            Rs. 10.00 lakh
   2.      Medicine & Chemicals                                  Rs. 1.00 lakh
   3.      POL etc.                                              Rs. 1.00 lakh
   4.      Total                                                 Rs. 12.00 lakh

                                                                         (Rs. in lakh)
Sl.No.       District         Establishment of Mobile Units           Total Amount
                                1st Year          2nd Year
                             No.      Amount    No.    Amount
  1         Jhansi           04        48.00    04       48.00             96.00
  2         Jalaun           04        48.00    05       60.00            108.00
  3         Lalitpur         03        36.00    03       36.00             72.00
  4         Banda            04        48.00    04       48.00             96.00
  5        Chitrakoot        02        24.00    02       24.00             48.00
  6        Hamirpur          04        48.00    04       48.00             96.00
  7         Mahoba           02        24.00    02       24.00             48.00
          TOTAL              23       276.00    24      288.00            564.00
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2.3 CAMPAIGN OF DEWORMING AND VITAMIN AND MINERAL
SUPPLEMENT FOR GOAT

Introduction

      Goat rearing is one of the oldest profession in the rural areas. Once
Mahatma Gandhi said “Goat is a cow of the poor man” because a goat can be
reared with minimum expenditure. The milk of goat is so nutritious and digestive
that doctors advises to use goat milk especially to patients and children. The goat
meat (mutton) is too, very nutritious & liked by the masses. The advantages of
the goat rearing are, it can be started with minimum finance, land, fodder, ration
and water. Other advantage is that due to small in size and versatile grazing
habits minimum house keeping is required. They can be kept in open spaces.
Goat are very fast breeders. Average goat delivers 2-3 kids with in 5-6 months.
To make this profession more profitable, Jamunapari and Barbari goat breeds
are selected for plans. By crossing these highly improved breeds with desi (non-
descriptive) breeds, the cross bred produced are more disease resistant and
good yielder. So adopting goat rearing by the unemployed, poor, weaker section,
scheduled caste youths/villagers can increase their income many folds in
comparison to other non-Animal Husbandry professions.
      Goat is a multi functional animal and plays a significant role in the
economy and nutrition of landless, small and marginal farmers in the country.
Goat rearing is an enterprise which has been practiced by a large section of
population in rural areas. Goats can efficiently survive on available shrubs and
trees in adverse harsh environment in low fertility lands where no other crop can
be grown.

Advantage
i) The initial investment needed for Goat farming is low.
ii) Due to small body size and docile nature, housing requirements and
   managemental problems with goats are less.
iii) Goats are prolific breeders and achieve sexual maturity at the age of 10-12
   months, gestation period in goats is short and at the age of 16-17 months it
   starts giving milk. Twinning is very common and triplets and quadruplets are
   rare.
iv) In drought prone areas risk of goat farming is very much less.
v) The animal can thrive well on wide variety of thorny bushes, weeds, crop
   residues, agricultural by-products unsuitable for human consumption.
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viii)Under proper management, goats can improve and maintain grazing land and
     reduce bush encroachment (biological control) without causing harm to the
     environment.
vi) The goat meat is more lean (low cholesterol) and relatively good for people.
vii)Goat milk is easy to digest than cow milk because of small fat globules and is
     naturally homogenized. Goat milk is said to play a role in improving appetite
     and digestive efficiency. Goat milk is non allergic as compared to cow milk
     and it has anti-fungal and anti bacterial properties.
viii)Goat is termed as walking refrigerator for the storage of milk and can be
     milked number of times in a day.

Programme Implementation-

       Teams shall be formed along with specified village routes and targeted
        villages shall be covered in specified time.
       Teams shall constitute Livestock Extension Officers (LEOs), Pharmacists
        and supportive staff.
       Separate register shall be maintained with record- village wise and owner
        wise.
       Two deworming and supplementation shall be done annually.
         In seven districts of Bundelkhand area under goat development
programme for medicine and vaccination an amount of Rs. 77.69 lakh will be
required. According to census year 2003 in Bundelkhand area there are 1160199
goats which will cover.

Financial Component:
Amount required for the deworming & supplementation of mineral to goats annually
                                                                           (Rs. in Lakh)
S.No.    Name of          Deworming in      Goat Development       Amount Required
         Districts         no. of Goats     @Rs. 7.00 per goat        for two years
1        Jhansi                 218781                   15.31                30.62
2        Jalaun                 257389                   18.02                36.04
3        Lalitpur               153714                   10.76                21.52
4        Banda                  151273                   10.59                21.18
5        Chitrakoot               95788                   6.71                13.42
6        Hamirpur               128723                    9.01                18.02
7        Mahoba                 154531                   10.82                21.64
        Total                  1160199                   81.22               162.44

Additional Rs. 1.85 lakh required for monitoring and administration of the project.
Financial Details
                                                                           (Rs. in Lakh)
                                                             st    nd
S. No. Component                                         1 Year    2    Year      Total
 1.    Procurement of dewormer, mineral & vitamins         81.22        81.22 162.44
 2.    For monitoring at head quarters                     0.925        0.925       1.85
                       Total                               82.15        82.15 164.29
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Impact of the Project:

  State through its own resources and GOI assistance launching vaccination
   campaigns in sheep and goats. Though the number of sheep is very less and
   small in nature, goat population is appreciable, and in fact is the major source
   of livelihood of for poor people of the region.
  In the State, on an average 16 kgs. of meat is obtained from goat. If
   compulsorily dewormed twice, there shall be increment of 4 kgs. in meat on
   average, benefiting the farmers of the area.
  Deworming and vitamin & mineral supplement to the goats shall enhance
   their productivity and also improve antibody response and protection level
   through vaccination i.e. improvement in efficacy of vaccination.
  More productivity and assured health and low mortality shall result into
   adoption of more farmers to goat farming with the formation of more SHGs
   and in turn availability of goats for processing units.
  Goat excreta shall be of immense help in enrichment of soil fertility.

2.4 ESTABLISHMENT OF GOAT UNITS
        Bundelkhand region, due to the geo-climatic conditions and land pattern;
is favourable for goat husbandry. In 7 districts of the region, there are 1160199
goats as per 2003 animal census and increasing trends are being observed in
2008 census. Goats thrive well in dry and semi dry climate with bushes and
thorny vegetation. Presently in the area, farmers rear goats for their livelihood. If
goat husbandry would be transformed to intensive husbandry, there shall be
more economic stability of farmers, more profit sharing and availability of running
capital for future expansion. Keeping in view the above facts Goat Units shall be
formed in the area in intensive way. Three districts viz. Chitrakoot, Banda and
Mahoba have been taken up for the formation of Goat Units.

      There are 48 hospitals in these three districts (Chitrakoot-13 VH, Banda-
       20 VH and Mahoba 15 VH)
      One unit constituting 10 goats and 1 buck shall be distributed to one
       beneficiary of BPL group/Sc/ST farmers.
      Every Veterinary hospital shall be given the target of establishing 10 Goat
       Units each year with the total of 20 Goat Units in 2 years per VH, resulting
       into formation of 960 Goat Units in 3 districts with the rearing of 10560
       goats on improved lines as an intensive approach.
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       Units shall be distributed to BPL farmers/landless who already have 3-5
        goats.
       Beneficiary shall be selected by a Committee constituting local
        veterinarian, local Livestock Extension Officer and Village Pradhan of the
        area. Women shall be given preference while selection of beneficiary.
       A register of beneficiaries shall be maintained by local Livestock Extension
        Officer, if not available then by local Veterinary hospital with details of
        beneficiaries including the breed of goat reared, Breeding and feeding
        status, deworming status, deaths, post mortem conducted, claim
        settlement and working status of the unit.
       Every Veterinary Officer, LEO shall compulsorily visit each unit once in a
        month and      record the finding and ensure corrective measures
        immediately.
       Programme shall be monitored and implemented by Chief Veterinary
        Officer of the District and Deputy Director of the region.
       Details of the beneficiaries shall be displayed on the notice board of every
        veterinary hospital.
       Preference shall be given in consecutive years in purchasing the goats &
        bucks for new units, from old units for which data base maintained shall be
        of use and it shall be assured by buy back arrangement.

Financial Component
                                                                         (Rs. In Lakh)
 S. No. Component                                                             Financial
   1.   Cost of 10 goats of improved breed (not less than 6 months of         30000.00
        age) @ Rs. 3000.00
   2.   Cost of 1 buck of improved breed @ Rs. 5000.00                          5000.00
   3.     Cost of insurance @ 11.63% unit                                       4070.00
   4.     Feed cost for 3 months @ 250 gm/ /day for goats @ Rs. 11.84           2930.40
   5.     Provision of Deworming, mineral and vitamin supplement,               1760.00
          treatment, vaccination @ Rs. 160/animal
   6.     The expenses including monitoring expenses, register and               170.00
          records @ 170/unit
                                   Total                                      43930.40

         Feed cost of UPAGRO annexed at Annexure
Establishment of 960 units in 3 districts (Chitrakoot, Banda and Mahoba)
with physical and financial details
                                                                         (Rs. In Lakh)
 S. No. Component                       1st Year          2nd Year          Total
                                       Phy       Fin     Phy       Fin   Phy      Fin
   1.     Chitrakoot (13 V.H.)        100      43.93     160    70.27    260 114.20
   2.     Banda (20 V.H.)             200      87.86     200     87.86   400 175.72
   3.     Mahoba (15 V.H.)            150      65.89     150     65.89   300 131.78
                Total                 450     197.68     510    224.02   960 421.70
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Impact of the project-

      960 Goat Units shall be formed leading to the rearing of 10560 on
       improved lines.
      Availability of quality goats for milk, meat and breeding proposes with
       proper data base of Goat Units and farmers.
      Availability of quality goats for meat purpose shall be helpful in
       development of meat processing sector in the region and there shall be
       assured availability of quality raw material for these units. The programme
       shall be linked with meat processing sector.
      Farmers of the area fetch more income from extensive goat keeping
       resulting into economic security for future expansion.
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                      3. PROGRAMME UNDER ACA

3.1. ESTABLISHMENT OF A.I. CENTERS THROUGH ASSISTANCE TO
    NGO`S

Introduction-

      Samra Committee has underlined the need of immediate strengthening of
A.I. services for breed improvement. Presently A.I. services are provided through
Veterinary Hospitals & LEO Centers in the State. Coverage in Bundelkhand is
low due to paucity of veterinary hospitals and other centers.

      In year 2008-09 the total AI coverage was done only 106200. Thus the
large numbers of breedable animals are still to be covered under artificial
insemination. It is proposed to establish AI Centers through assistance to NGO's
like BAIF, J.K. Trust & India Gen.

Objective

-     To increase the total Artificial Insemination Coverage of breedable animals
      in the Bundelkhand region.
-     To increase production of milk and other livestock products through
      qualitative and quantitative improvement in potentials of the livestock.
-     Reducing the non- descript livestock in the Bundelkhand region.

Implementation

      Artificial Insemination services are to be strengthened by opening of more
centers by having participation of NGO`s such as BAIF/ JK Trust and India Gen.
For this purpose 322 NGO's AI Centers will be established in two years. The
requirement of one center is about Rs. 1.00 lakh for establishment as non-
recurring cost in 1st year and 1.5 lakh for regular expenditure in first & second
year. In addition to this amount Rs. 4.50 lakh will be proposed for monitoring from
headquarter(Rs. 1.50 lakh per year). Performance shall be monitored on number
of calves born and accordingly targets shall be allocated to the centres. A MOU
shall be executed with department and reputed NGOs and after 3 rd year, the
recurring cost shall be provided by the department or through Rural Development
Department (As per their running scheme).
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Financial Component
                                                                                      (Rs. In Lakh)
                                         st           nd                    rd
  S. No.   Component                    1 Year       2 Year             3 Year               Total
                                       Phy   Fin    Phy    Fin         Phy     Fin      Phy        Fin
   3.      Non-Recurring expenses @ 161 161.00 161         161.00       -             -   322    322.00
           Rs. 1.00 lakh/centre     (New)        (New)
   4.      Recurring expenses @ Rs. 161 241.50 322         483.00     322        483.00   705   1207.50
           1.50 lakh/centre         (New)         (Old)             (Existing)
   5.      Expenses on monitoring     -     1.20            1.20                   1.19            3.59
                   Total                  403.70           645.20                484.19         1533.09


        Total requirement will be Rs. 1533.09 lakh.
Impact of the Project:
       The coverage of AI will be increased in the concerned Districts.
       Non- descript animals will be reduced.
       Total milk production will be increased by increasing productivity.
       8.40 lakh animals shall be covered under improved breeding coverage
        through A.I. in 3 years.
       Extensive improved breeding coverage shall ensure high productive
        animals, enhancement in productivity which shall ensure more economic
        return to the farmer.
       Availability of more milk in the area shall indirectly strengthen milk
        cooperatives and marketing of milk resulting in improvement of Dairy
        Cooperatives.
       Increased availability of high producing animals shall be helpful in removal
        of "Anna Pratha" indirectly.

3.2 ESTABLISHMENT OF FODDER BANKS AND COMPRESSED
FODDER BLOCK UNIT IN BUNDELKHAND REGION:
        Seven districts of Bundelkhand region suffers frequent drought with lesser
irrigation facilities, soil structure, very deep ground water level , low rainfall, less
retention of moisture in soil, there remain scarcity of fodder. The available
irrigated land is used for food grain production, leading to the only availability of
roughage as cattle feed. Frequent drought further worsens the fodder scarcity
and farmers let loose their animals and migrate from the area.
        Therefore, for sustainable animal husbandry development in the region,
there is a need to ensure availability of fodder in the area particularly for large
animals.
        Keeping in view the above facts and for ensuring fodder security in the
region in the Ist Phase Establishment of Fodder Bank and Fodder Block Units in
the 3 Govt. Farms viz. Bharari Jhansi, Saidpur Lalitpur and Atta Jalaun is being
under taken in the project with the objectives of capacity building in this sector.
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Programme-
   1. To ensure and enhance fodder security in the region, fodder Bank and
      Fodder Block units shall be established at 3 Livestock Farms Bharari-
      Jhansi, Saidpur-Lalitpur and Atta-Jalaun.
   2. Fodder/Bhoosa shall be procured from nearby area, from Govt. Farms,
      during surplus season and shall be stored in Fodder Bank in damp free
      condition. Fodder Block with minerals shall be made and stored during the
      surplus season i.e. Rabi season by using Bhoosa, Cereal crop residue
      (chaffed and grinded) and residue of pulse crop.
   3. These fodder blocks shall be made available to the farmers during scarcity
      period and drought as relief measures through cattle camps and cattle
      rehabilitation centres.
   4. These centres shall act as hub for fodder supply to the catchments
      districts and these three centres shall feed to Chitrakoot, Banda, Hamirpur
      and Mahoba along with fulfilling its owner requirements.
   5. Fodder Block shall decrease transportation cost as well act as extra
      mineral supplements source.
   6. These fodder banks and fodder block units shall be managed by Govt.
      official and technical staff and other labours shall be made available on
      contract basis.
   7. The technical staff for running the machinery shall be made available on
      redeployment basis, 2 on each unit. Redeployment shall be made from
      plant mechanics available in the deployment with qualification of Diploma
      in mechanical engineering.
Financial Component- for 3 years Fodder Bank and Fodder Block Unit
3.2 A. Fodder Banks
District Jhansi- Farm Bharari            200 tonnes capacity
District Jalaun- Farm Atta               200 tonnes capacity
District Lalitpur- Farm Saidpur          200 tonnes capacity

      This will cater the requirement of fodder during scarcity.
   1. Fodder store for 200 MT, 3800 sq. ft @ Rs. 1000/- per sq.ft (zinc shed
      roofing) elevated platform – Rs. 38.00 lakh.
   2. Weigh Machine 1000 kg. Capacity – Rs. 2.00 lakh.
   3. Dry fodder i.e. Bhoosa shall be procured in surplus season and stored.
      Procurement shall be made on existing reasonable prices (@Rs.500/- per
      quintal) – Rs. 10.00 lakh.
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Expenditure in lakh rupees-
 Farms                  1st Year               2nd year     3rd Year          Total
 Bharari, Jhansi         50.00                  10.00        10.00           70.00
 Saidpur, Lalitpur       50.00                  10.00        10.00           70.00
 Atta, Jalaun            50.00                  10.00        10.00           70.00
         Total          150.00                  30.00        30.00           210.00
          If fodder stored in fodder bank remains unutilized, it will be converted in
fodder blocks and 200 MT of Bhoosa shall be stored again. Those fodder blocks
shall be distributed during scarcity period.        If not distributed, blocks shall be
distributed on no profit-no loss basis on production cost to the farmers of the
districts.

3.2 B. Fodder Block
Production and Utilization
         2 tons per day (8 hours) capacity.
         20-25 days per month average working.
         12 months-480-500Mt/annual capacity.
         Total 500 MT Bhoosa/ shall be used into fodder block annually.
         This shall produce 25000 fodder block of 20 Kg weight each.
         This shall be sufficient for 5000 adult cattle head for 20 days.
         Bhoosa stored in Fodder banks shall also be utilized for making blocks
          and this shall maintain a continuous cycle of store Bhoosa and fodder
          block preparation and availability of Bhoosa and Fodder Blocks in the
          bank at a time.

Financial components fodder block units
                                                                              (Rs. In Lakh)
 S. No.      Component                                                          Financial
             Non-recurring expenses
    1.       Feed and Fodder Block compression unit 1 at each farm with 250           8.70
             Kg/hour – 8 hour/20-25 days/month in 12 months capacity 500
             MT/annum @ Rs. 8.70 lakh
    2.       Mixer unit 500 Kg/hour (1000 MT mixing capacity) @ Rs. 0.75              0.75
             lakh/unit
    3.       Feed and Fodder crushing unit 200 Kg/hour @ Rs. 0.80 lakh/unit           0.80
    4.       Chaff Cutter @ Rs. 0.30 lakh/unit                                        0.30
    5.       Bhoosa storage godowns (Raw material) 25ft X 100 ft @ Rs.               25.00
             1000/ft2
    6.       Fodder Block storage Godwon 25ft X 50 ft @ Rs. 1000/ft2                 12.50
    7.       Room for watchman and labours 6 x 8 x 2                                  0.40
    8.       Generator                                                                3.50
    9.       Fire extinguisher                                                        1.00
    10.      Submersible pump with hydrant pipe fitting                               0.80
             Total                                                                   53.75
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                                                                          (Rs. In Lakh)
  S. No. Component                                                          Financial
         Recurring expenses
   1.    5000 quintals of bhoosa annually @ Rs. 500/quintal                        25.00
   2.    20 Kg. Block – Mineral, vitamin and salt @ Rs. 20.00/block                 5.00
   3.      Labour Charges                                                           0.70
   4.      Electricity Charges                                                      0.70
   5.      Oil for Generator                                                        0.70
   6.      Maintenance Cost                                                         0.70
           Total                                                                   32.80

Expenditure in lakh rupees-
                                                                          (Rs. In Lakh)
  Farms                      1st Year         2nd year      3rd Year        Total
  Bharari, Jhansi             53.75            32.80         32.80         119.35
  Saidpur, Lalitpur           53.75            32.80         32.80         119.35
  Atta, Jalaun                53.75            32.80         32.80         119.35
           Total             161.25            98.40         98.40         358.05

Summary
 S. No. Component                  1st Year      2nd year      3rd Year      Total
  A.    Fodder Banks               150.00         30.00         30.00       210.00
  B.    Fodder Block               161.25         98.40         98.40       358.05
        Total                      311.25         128.40        128.40      568.05

Impact of the Project-
       The project implementation shall ensure availability of quality fodder to
        milch animals of the area.
       It shall help in mitigation of drought and help in preparedness for removal
        of scarcity.
       There shall be assured supply line of fodder for cattle relief camps and
        cattle rehabilitation centres.
       It shall stop migration of livestock and livestock owners from the area.
       Waste Biomass shall be utilized in quality products.
       It shall ensure "no mess no waste" of precious fodder resources.
       Farmers interest shall develop in fodder block feeding and it shall prove
        easily manageable logistics in cattle rearing.
       This shall be help in indirectly in removal of "Anna Pratha" from the area.
       Fodder Block units shall help as demonstration units for dissemination of
        technology and in IInd phase programme shall be expanded in the
        remaining districts and shall be taken in PPP mode.
       It shall be of immense help in development of entrepreneurship in this
        sector, a mile stone for future fodder security.
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3.3 ESTABLISHMENT OF GOAT UNITS

        Bundelkhand region, due to the geo-climatic conditions and land pattern
is favourable for goat husbandry. In 7 districts of the region, there are 1160199
goats as per 2003 animal census and increasing trends are being observed in
2008 census. Goats thrive well in dry and semi dry climate with bushes and
thorny vegetation. Presently in the area, farmers rear goats for their livelihood. If
goat husbandry would be transformed to intensive husbandry, there shall be
more economic stability of farmers, more profit sharing and availability of running
capital for future expansion. Keeping in view the above facts Goat Units shall be
formed in the area in intensive way. Three districts are proposed to be covered
under RKVY, remaining four districts are proposed to be taken under ACA. Four
districts viz. Jhansi, Jalaun, Lalitpur and Hamirpur have been taken up for the
formation of Goat Units.
    There are 80 hospitals in these three districts (Jhansi - 22VH, Jalaun - 20
     VH, Lalitpur - 19 and Hamirpur - 19 VH)
    One unit constituting 10 goats and 1 buck shall be distributed to one
     beneficiary of BPL group/Sc/ST farmers.
    Every Veterinary hospital shall be given the target of establishing 10 Goat
     Units each year with the total of 20 Goat Units in 2 years per VH, resulting
     into formation of 1600 Goat Units in 4 districts with the rearing of 17600
     goats on improved lines as an intensive approach.
    Units shall be distributed to BPL farmers/landless who already have 3-5
     goats.
    Beneficiary shall be selected by a Committee constituting local veterinarian,
     local Livestock Extension Officer and Village Pradhan of the area. Women
     shall be given preference while selection of beneficiary.
    A register of beneficiaries shall be maintained by local Livestock Extension
     Officer, if not available then by local Veterinary hospital with details of
     beneficiaries including the breed of goat reared, Breeding and feeding
     status, deworming status, deaths, post mortem conducted, claim settlement
     and working status of the unit.
    Every Veterinary Officer, LEO shall compulsorily visit each unit once in a
     month and record the finding and ensure corrective measures immediately.
    Programme shall be monitored and implemented by Chief Veterinary Officer
     of the District and Deputy Director of the region.
    Details of the beneficiaries shall be displayed on the notice board of every
     veterinary hospital.
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Financial Component
                                                                         (Rs. In Lakh)
 S. No. Component                                                             Financial
   1.   Cost of 10 goats of improved breed (not less than 6 months of         30000.00
        age) @ Rs. 3000.00
   2.   Cost of 1 buck of improved breed @ Rs. 5000.00                         5000.00
   3.     Cost of insurance @ 11.63% unit                                      4070.00
   4.     Feed cost for 3 months @ 250 gm/ /day for goats @ Rs. 11.84          2930.40
   5.     Provision of Deworming, mineral and vitamin supplement,              1760.00
          treatment, vaccination @ Rs. 160/animal
   6.     The expenses including monitoring expenses, register and               170.00
          records @ 170/unit
                                   Total                                      43930.40

         Feed cost of U.P. AGRO annexed at Annexure
Establishment of 1600 units in 4 districts (Chitrakoot, Banda and Mahoba)
with physical and financial details
                                                                         (Rs. In Lakh)
 S. No. Component                       1st Year         2nd Year           Total
                                       Phy       Fin    Phy       Fin    Phy      Fin
   1.     Jhansi (22 V.H.)            220      96.64    220    96.64     440 193.28
   2.     Jalaun (20 V.H.)           200       87.86    200    87.86     400 175.72
   3.     Lalitpur (19 V.H.)         180       79.07    200    87.86     380 166.93
   4.     Hamirpur (19 V.H.)         180       79.07    200    87.86     380 166.93
                 Total               780      342.64   820    360.22    1600 702.86

Impact of the project-

       1600 Goat Units shall be formed leading to the rearing of 17600 on
        improved lines as an intensive approach.
       Availability of quality goats for milk, meat and breeding proposes with
        proper data base of Goat Units and farmers.
       Availability of quality goats for meat purpose shall be helpful in
        development of meat processing sector in the region and there shall be
        assured availability of quality raw material for these units. The programme
        shall be linked with meat processing sector.
       Farmers of the area fetch more income from extensive goat keeping
        resulting into economic security for future expansion.

3.4 AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR REMOVAL OF “ANNA PRATHA”:
A COMMUNITY DRIVEN AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR REMOVAL OF
ANNA PRATHA-CLUSTER VILLAGE APPROACH
         A Community driven awareness campaign using Cluster village approach
shall be followed for removal of Anna Pratha in this region, starting with the
formation of cluster of 5 villages for generating awareness among farmers for
rearing of quality livestock, use of fodder blocks as cattle feed, de-worming and
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feeding of mineral mixture for enhancing productivity. The campaign shall be
dovetailed with castration program, organization of camps, with the facilities of
infertility management, creation of awareness for fodder block feeding and
mineral supplementation.
       One cluster of 5 villages shall be formed under every Veterinary Hospital
and awareness campaign shall be organized once per month.

Programme Implementation:
      128 clusters of 5 villages shall be formed and extensive campaign shall be
       launched every month in each cluster as holistic approach.
      Every year new cluster shall be taken.
      Extensive campaign program, A.I., Pregnancy detection, deworming,
       vaccination, castration, infertility management, distribution of fodder seed,
       and awareness shall be promoted.
      Expenditure shall be made on logistics of Campaign such as medicine,
       A.I. inputs, publicity material, etc. including organization of Farmers
       gathering (tentage etc.) and women and children participation.
      5 resource persons per village, particularly progressive livestock farmers,
       shall be chosen for advancing the campaign against "Anna Pratha" and
       they shall be provided publicity material/study material for improved
       Animal Husbandry practices and adoption of modern technology in this
       sector.

Financial component:
                                                                      (Rs. In lakh)
                                     st              nd         rd
Particulars                         1 year       2     year   3 year         Total
Awareness Campaign in 128            64.00            64.00     64.00       192.00
cluster units @ Rs. 0.50
lakh/unit/year

Impact of the Project-

      The programme shall be of immense help in removal of "Anna Pratha".
      1920 villages shall be covered in 3 years under the campaign.
      9600 resources person shall be identified catalogued and shall be
       equipped with publicity material/study material for adopting improved
       animal husbandry practices and in turn help in removal of "Anna Pratha".
      These resource persons shall be helpful in formation of NGOs for working
       in the area in subsequent phase.
      This shall improve animal husbandry production the area.
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3.5 ESTABLISHMENT OF SHEEP AND GOAT MEAT PROCESSING UNIT
       WITH SLAUGHTER LINE AND OFFAL PROCESSING:
        Bundelkhand region is rich in goat population and few of the areas are
conducive for sheep rearing.         The total sheep and goat population is 1338850
contributing to 9.3% of the total sheep and goat population of the State. Goats are
prolific breeders and good for meat and milk production.
        Presently no modern slaughtering and processing facilities are available in the
region. The region has good potential of goat meat production and offal processing.
Generally whole carcass of sheep and goat, if produced in modern abattoirs with
quality assurance, are accepted by importing countries. Apart from export, goat meat
consumption is also a forerunner in non-vegetarian section and is consumed as fresh
meat.
        Keeping in view, the favourable conditions of goat rearing in the region as well
as large scale goat proliferations programme through the Govt., establishment of one
goat slaughtering and processing unit including offal processing is proposed to be
established in the region with the capacity of slaughtering of 1000 goats per day.
Programme Implementation-
       One modern abattoir, processing unit with offal processing shall be established
        in Lalitpur or Jhansi district.
       The unit shall be established in PPP mode - starting from DPR to
        commissioning, maintenance and running of the project.
       Active participation of local bodies, Animal Husbandry Department and Private
        Participants shall be ensured for establishment of the unit.
       Modalities for selection of Private Partners, commissioning and erection and
        running of the project shall be as per the PPP guidelines of the Govt. of U.P.
       Preference shall be given to the experienced private partners working in this
        sector.
       Lalitpur or Jhansi district has been chosen as place of preference since both
        share contiguous boundaries with adjoining region of M.P. also, which shall be
        of immense benefit in availability of raw material.
       Capital assistance of 50% with the maximum of 400 lakh shall be provided for
        establishment of unit.
       In first year, selection of private partner, DPR and identification of site shall be
        completed. In 2nd year commissioning shall start with 25% assistance for 50%
        completion of the project. In 3rd year, rest 25% capital assistance (200 lakh)
        shall be provided at the completion of the project.
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Financial Component of the Project- One Unit

Estimates
                                                              Amount in Rs. lakh
 S. No.    Particulars                                                  Amount
  1.       Sheep/Goat slaughter line(1000 goat/day capacity)             120.00
  2.       Building infrastructure including lairage                     100.00
  3.       Refrigeration unit                                             60.00
  4.       ETP                                                            20.00
  5.       Other utilities as per HACCP                                   35.00
  6.       Miscellaneous                                                  25.00
  7.       Offal processing unit                                          40.00
  8.       Meat Processing unit, blood processing unit with modern       400.00
           machineries including land cost
           Total                                                         800.00
Total capital assistance of 50% of the project cost-maximum upto
Rs.400.00 lakh

Pattern of Assistance-
                                                                              Amount in Rs. lakh
                            st                nd                                rd
 Particulars                 1 year          2     year                        3 Year
                   Phy.        Fin.       Phy.             Fin.         Phy.           Fin.
Establishment Selection of       -    Commissioning       200.00   Completion and     200.00
of        goat    Private             including 50%                  functioning
slaughter        Partner,               completion
house,           DPR and
processing      Selection of
unit with offal     site
processing
unit
Total                        -                        200.00                            200.00

Impact of the Project-
   It shall ensure availability of quality goat meat for national and international
      market.
     Farmers of the area shall fetch good price and more profit from goat
      rearing.
     Establishment of goat units under RKVY and ACA shall be linked with the
      processing unit and that shall ensure availability of quality raw material to
      the unit and good price to the farmers.
     There shall be strong backward linkage with farmers for profitable goat
      rearing on scientific lines.
     This shall help in development of entrepreneurship in goat farming sector in
      the area.
     More demand of quality goat for meat, shall ensure more production and
      income to the farmers of the area.
     There shall be direct and indirect employment generation through this
      sector.
                                                                                                                                                   (Rs. in crore )
                                                                    Bundelkhand Package (U. P.)
                                             Package Estimate                         Funds Available From
                                                                            GOI
                                                                                                                                     Gap to
                                                                           Share             Benefic-                    Sub total
            Measures/               As per       Not      Sanctioned                 State                       BRGF/               be met       Remar   Implementi
                          Scheme                                         from On-              iary     NREGA             (Col 7-
              Item                  Report     Required    Package                   Share                       RKVY                 from          ks    ng Agency
                                                                           going              Share                         11)
                                                                                                                                      ACA
                                                                         Schemes
     1           2          3         4            5            6            7         8          9      10       11        12        13           14        15
                A.H.
             activities
                                                                                                                                                           Animal
            including a
                                                                                                                                                          Husbandry
            meat & milk
                                                                                                                                                           & Dairy
            Processing
               plant.               100.00                      100.00     10.15     4.15                        25.00    39.30        60.70
Animal                                                                                                                                                     Animal
Husbandry                   1         -            -            -         11.5025   2.7975        -          -     -         -                -     -     Husbandry
                            2         -            -            -            -         -          -          -   25.00       -                -     -
                          3 to 10     -            -            -            -         -          -          -     -         -         33.96        -
            TOTAL         1 to 10   73.26          -        73.26         11.5025   2.7975                       25.00    39.30        33.96

								
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