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Rural Development and Milk Cooperatives in India

Journal: International Journal of Management Research and Social Science (Vol.2, No. 2)

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Page : 58-64

Keywords : Milk Producers; Socio Economy; Women Empowerment;

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After the success of Green Revolution, Government of India taken up a project called White Revolution and Operation Flood for improving the living standards of the rural people and rural economy. One basic difference between producing more food-grains and more milk is overlooked, namely, that whereas the former has an interval between sowing of crop and its harvesting of about 120 days only, in the case of later, it may be a 1000 days between the birth of female calf, and its calving and giving any marketable milk and it is also a much more capital intensive and time consuming exercise than that of growing of crops. The main aim of this article is to analyze the phenomenal growth of socio economy of milk producers by encouraging dairy farmers to keep more animals, movement of procurement and input systems and supportive federal structures.

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