Key to success in dairy farm



Holstein Frisian and Jersey is the recommended breed for dairy farm and you need to look after these cows with much care and attention,with all comforts, temperature too plays a key role.

You must give good feed,fodder and water always in front of the cow. have your own fodder land. Do not tie the cow 24 hours. Give them facility to be free for sometime.

let them stroll for a few hours a day, exercising their legs. milking period will be 9 months-10 months in a year.

Land requirement for the present 50 cow is is 6-7 acres.

Milk and dung can be sold.

Try selling milk on your own to get maximum revenue. Avoid giving milk to private and co-operative dairies as the rate will be too low for milk.

We SAKTHI DAIRY FARM do supply hf cow and jersey cows to Andhra Pradesh , Telangana , Karnataka , Tamilnadu and Kerala. 09790446026

Hi , I am planning to start dairy farming , where is your farm located & can v visit your farm for basic understanding about dairy farming

India ranks first among the world’s milk producing Nations since 1998 and has the largest bovine population in the World. Milk production in India during the period 1950-51 to 2017-18, has increased from 17 million tonnes to 176.4 million tonnes as compared to 165.4 million tonnes during 2016-17 recording a growth of 6.65 %. FAO reported 1.46% increase in world milk Production from 800.2 million tonnes in 2016 to 811.9(Estim) million tonnes in 2017. The per capita availability of milk in the country which was 130 gram per day during 1950-51 has increased to 374 gram per day in 2017-18 as against the world estimated average consumption of 294 grams per day during 2017. This represents sustained growth in the availability of milk and milk products for our growing population.

Dairying has become an important secondary source of income for millions of rural families and has assumed the most important role in providing employment and income generating opportunities particularly for marginal and women farmers. Most of the milk is produced by animals reared by small, marginal farmers and landless labours. Of the total milk production in India, about 48 % milk is either consumed at the producer level or sold to non-producers in the rural area. The balance 52 % of the milk is marketable surplus available for sale to consumers in urban areas. Out of marketable surplus it is estimated that about 40 % of the milk sold is handled by the organized sector ( i.e. 20% each by C-operative & Private Dairies) and the remaining 60 % by the unorganized sector.

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Sure You can visit my farm at anytime…Farm address : SAKTHI DAIRY FARM,UPPIDAMANGALAM VILLAGE,KARUR-DISTRICT,TAMILNADU , CELL 9790446026