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  1. #1 125 Acres of Farm Land near madanapalle@pedaballe dam 

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    good land
    good water table
    good road access
    similar cliamatic conditions as bangalore
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  3. #3 ideal for dairy farms PROJECT REPORT FOR DAIRY FARM WITH FIFTY MURRAH BUFFALOES 

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    Buffalo farming is a profitable business & has good potential for employment generation . India has 57% of world buffalo population. Buffalo milk contributes 57% of total milk production. Buffaloes have several advantages over crossbred cows as farm animal.

    1-They are well adopted to agro-climatic condition of our country

    2-They are more disease resistant in comparison to crossbred cows. (less incidence of milk fever & mastitis in buffaloes)

    3-They can thrive well on crop residue

    5-Buffalo milk contains more butter fat for which the price of buffalo milk is more.

    This project report is based on following assumptions:-

    Freshly calved murrah female buffaloes in 1st or 2nd lactation will be purchased in two batches of twenty-five animals each/batch at an interval of 5 to 6 months.

    Availability of 10 acres of land for fodder cultivation is prerequisite for the project,

    Dung produced will be utilized as Manure for fodder cultivation.

    Cost of rearing calves not considered as it will be repealed by their sale

    In case of death of adult animal new buffalo will be purchased from insurance claim money.

    Heifers will be used as replacement stocks

    The scheme will be successful on the above guidelines if run by the dairy farmer on scientific lines.

    Housing for buffaloes:-loose housing system (open type) will be adopted for the farm as it is superior to conventional bran in terms of milk production & growth. Construction cost is lower & heat detection for buffaloes is easier in this type of housing. In loose housing system animals are kept loose except milking and at the time of treatment. Details of floor space requirement (open & covered area)is given in techno economic parameters. A photograph of loose housing buffalo dairy farm is given below

    Murrah Buffalo farm NDRI Karnal

    Techno-economic parameters

    . Techno economic parameters




    Bred of buffalo


    Murrah

    No. of Animals


    50

    Cost of Animal (Rs./animal) including transportation


    55000

    Average Milk Yield (litre/day)


    15 liter

    Covered Floor space per adult animal(sq.ft)


    30

    Open space per adult animal(sq.ft)


    100

    Menger length/animal in inches


    25

    Covered Floor space per young stock (sq.ft)


    15

    Open space per young stock (sq.ft)


    50

    Menger per young stock in inches


    15

    Construction cost of office & floor in sq.ft


    250

    Cost of construction per sqft (Rs)


    200

    Cost of milking machine with accessories


    430000

    Cost of other equipment per animal (Rs.)


    1000

    Cost of fodder cultivation (Rs./acre/season)


    5000

    Insurance premium (% per annum)


    5

    Veterinary aid/animal/ year (Rs.)


    1000

    Cost of concentrate feed (Rs./kg)


    12

    Cost of dry fodder (Rs./kg)


    1

    Rate of interest (%)


    12

    Repayment period (years)


    6

    Selling price of milk/litre (Rs./kg)


    24

    Sale price of gunny bags (Rs. per bag)


    10

    Lactation days


    270

    Dry days


    150

    DAILY FEEDING AND COST CHART FOR DAIRY BUFFALOES

    Item


    FEEDING STUFF


    COST/KG

    Rs.


    During lactation period


    During dry period

    Quantity (kg)


    Cost (Rs.)


    Quantity (kg)


    Cost (Rs.)

    i


    Concentrate feed


    12


    6.5


    78


    1


    12

    ii


    Green fodder


    1


    25


    Home grown


    20


    Home grown

    iii


    Dry fodder


    2


    6


    12


    5


    10




    Total








    90





    22

    feeding chart

    Lactation chart/Dry chart

    Sr.No


    Particulars








    Years
















    I


    II


    III


    IV


    V


    Vi


    vii

    i)


    Lactation Days


    10500


    12125


    12125


    12125


    11000


    12125


    12125

    ii)


    Dry Days


    3125


    6125


    6125


    7125


    7250


    6125


    5375





    Project cost and bank loan


    Cost. In Rs.





    Capital cost








    Covered area for 50 Buffaloes @ 30sq.ft/bufalo@200/sqft


    300000





    Covered area 50calves 15 sq.ft./calf @200/sq.ft.


    150000





    Cost of construction of boundary & manger for open space


    250000





    Cost of construction store room 200 sq.ft @250 per sq.ft


    50000





    Cost of construction of office cum marketing room 250 sq ft @250 per sq.ft


    62500





    Cost of 50 Murrah Buffaloes with minimum average 15 liter milk yield /day @55000/buffaloes including transportation


    2750000





    Cost of generator set


    80000





    Cost of milking machine with accessories & installation charge


    430000





    Cost of dairy appliance @Rs.1000/Buffalo


    50000





    Cost of bulk cooler of 500 liter capacity


    270000





    Cost of bore well with pump set


    70000





    Electrification


    30000





    Cost of over head tank & pipe line


    70000





    Cost of chaff cutter


    90000




    Total


    4652500



    Recurring cost to be capitalized





    Cost of feed for first batch of 2 5 buffaloes for one month as per feed chart


    67500





    Cost of insurance 25 animals @5% of animal cost


    68750





    Cost of fodder cultivation in 10 acres of land for one session




    50000





    Cost of medicine vaccine, electricity for the first month for first month


    10000





    Contingency


    11250





    Total recurring expenditure




    207500









    TOTAL PROJECT COST


    4860000





    Margin money (no margin money up to one lakh finance as per

    RBI guideline)


    1215000





    Bank loan 100% of project cost


    3645000



    Item


    Particulars


    Project period







    1


    2


    3


    4


    5


    6





    Feeding during lactation period vide yearly lactation days and feed cost as per chart


    945000


    1091250


    1091250


    1091250


    990000


    1091250





    Feeding during dry period vide dry days and feed cost as per feed chart enclosed


    68750


    134750


    134750


    156750


    159500


    134750





    Medicine vaccine veterinary aid


    50000


    50000


    50000


    50000


    50000


    50000





    Insurance @5% of animal cost /year


    137500


    137500


    137500


    137500


    137500


    137500





    Cost of fodder cultivation


    100000


    100000


    100000


    100000


    100000


    100000





    Labour charge


    180000


    180000


    180000


    180000


    180000


    180000





    Electricity & other misc. expenses


    60000


    60000


    60000


    60000


    60000


    60000





    Total


    1541250


    1753500


    1753500


    1775500


    1677000


    1753500




    INCOME



















    I.


    Sale of milk @Rs.24/liter during lactation days with average milk yield 15 lit /buffalo/day


    3780000


    4365000


    4365000


    4365000


    3960000


    4365000

    II.


    Sale of gunny bags



















    III.


    Manure will be utilized in own farm


    14270


    16980


    16980


    17180


    15750


    16980

    IV.


    Value of closing stock of 50 buffaloes

    (Depreciation on animal cost @10%/year)

















    1100000

    V.


    Value of building

    (Depreciation on building@10%/year)

















    325000

    VI.


    Value of equipments

    (Depreciation on equipments @15%/year)

















    109000

    VII.


    Total income


    3794270


    4381980


    4381980


    4382180


    3975750


    5915980

    VIII.


    Gross profit


    2253020


    2628480


    2628480


    2606680


    2298750


    4162480

    Calculation of BCR and IRR
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    Capital Costs


    4652500
















    Recurring Cost


    1541250


    1753500


    1753500


    1775500


    1677000


    1753500

    Total Costs


    6193750


    1753500


    1753500


    1775500


    1677000


    1753500

    Benefit


    3794270


    4381980


    4381980


    4382180


    3975750


    5915980

    Net Benefit


    -2399480


    2628480


    2628480


    2606680


    2298750


    4162480

    PW Costs @ 15%


    10471721.91

    PW Benefits @ 15%


    16533943.58



    NPW


    6062221.67



    B.C. Ratio


    1.578:1

    I.R.R. (%)


    >25%

    Repayment schedule

    Year


    Loan Outstanding


    Gross Surplus


    Interest


    Principal


    Total Repayment


    Surplus

    1


    3645000


    2253020


    437400


    445000


    882400


    1370620

    2


    3200000


    2628480


    384000


    600000


    984000


    1644480

    3


    2600000


    2628480


    312000


    700000


    1012000


    1616480

    4


    1900000


    2628480


    228000


    800000


    1028000


    1600480

    5


    1100000


    2298750


    132000


    600000


    732000


    1566750

    6


    500000


    4162480


    60000


    500000


    560000


    3602480

    Before entering in to dairy business the entrepreneurs are advised to undergo a training on dairy farming. They can contact Local Animal Husbandry Department staffs/Veterinary College/agriculture university etc. for the purpose. They should also visit progressive dairy farmers and government/ agricultural university dairy farm in the locality. They must check the following points before starting a dairy farm.

    1. Availability of good quality murrah buffaloes in nearby livestock market

    2. Nearness of the Farm to Veterinary Hospital, Artificial Insemination Center/livestock Aid Centers, MPCS

    3. Marketing facility of milk and milk product in the locality

    4. Availability of concentrates ,fodder & medicine in that locality.
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