Government schemes for goat farms:
The rearing of goats in India is primarily carried out in the states of Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttarpradesh, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu. These states have the terrain and climate suitable for goat rearing.
The governments of these states have announced various subsidy schemes in association with local banks and NABARD to encourage farmers to rear goats.
Investment credit leads to capital formation through asset creation. It induces technological upgradation resulting in increased production, productivity and incremental income to farmers and entrepreneurs. NABARD provides Long Term and Medium Term Refinance to banks for providing adequate credit for taking up investment activities by farmers and rural artisans etc.
Loan obtained for goat farm,required documents:
KYC documents for identification. b. Stamp size/Passport size photographs of the borrowers in duplicate. c. Cropping pattern. d. Copies of land records regarding lands owned/leased as certified by revenue authorities. e. Latest land tax paid receipts are to be produced for verification. f. Original/certified copies of the title deeds and other required documents to satisfy that the applicant is the true and legal owner of the land whenever landed property is offered as security/where developments are proposed and that it is free from encumbrance. g. Project report to be produced wherever applicable. h. Proforma invoice / invoice should be submitted wherever applicable.
Which bank provides you the loan
SBI, Bank of Maharashtra, IDBI Bank, Canara Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, NABARD