Thanks to khanne, chandra, g.p. rao and biju.
I Am proud and happy ,their is a community watching , feeling our difficulties and reacting to it in our bad time. which is pulling me back to write in this forum to at least share , what happening to me and believe similar kind of people who are dealing and facing this situation.
khanne, its true and all that what you are expressed, is already going on in Hassan district in Karnataka from all category milk procurement agencies.
whats really paining much is the cost of milk production is ranging from Rs. 24 to 27 per litre. procuring at Rs. 17 to 19 and after separating the cream 3.5% fat packed milk is selling at Rs.38 in market to poor customers.
Last month one of the company to expand their market offered brokers/agents for one crate of packaged milk one crate free. ( whose money who is enjoying). what pains me at least finally customers not enjoyed the benefit of price down of milk.
I tried to find solutions and find the following difficult s:
1) Minimum 65 lakhs investment (land,building,equipment's) for 2000 litres needed to process the milk and sell to customers as per FSSSAI norms.
2) The worst part is to process and set up a unit of 2000 ltrs. milk per day plant need minimum 40kva power connection. (In Bangalore itself declared and experiencing unscheduled power cut now. In reality, when their was no power cut in Karnataka, rural places use to get only 3-4 hours 3 phase power supply. we need not to explain current scenario.)
3) None of the genuine suppliers of processing equipment's of smaller / tiny size plant exist in india. none of the supplier/ consultants are not bothered for tiny plant set up or expertise sharing nor interested . all European suppliers prices and services are not in affordable range for small dairy plants like us.
4) No supports i.e. subsidy or any other concessions exist from April 2014. Except no choice of going for mortgage term loan.
5) The logistic expenditure and investment cost for processing cost will be no where comparable to larger processing unit. since, penetrating local market is not so easy with just 1000 to 2000 litres.
6) Their is a proverb " all white liquid is not milk" unfortunately in market it is reverse. No other choice when iam in Bangalore will be buying white liquid only, to my house.
Being a engineer, successful projects execution of various industries all over India and last 5 years struggled to see the successful in dairy farm is really feeling tiered,scared and thinking twice to get into process with scare not for investment but again to handle all these ethic less suppliers, under cut marketing strategies...in this field. ( How can we expect a farmers and dairy farmers for the same).
If any one have genuine practical solutions , most welcome and me also digging all my sources to find the solution, till my last energy