All who work on Dairy farming talks Cow as a machine. Any dairy who plans to have sufficient land to grow own feed. But people calculate food as raw materiel and take market rate as food expenses If food is grown on own the expenses come downDear aspirants of Dairy Farm
After deatiled study on theroy & practicals in the filed of Dairy Farm, I could say that many times commercial dairy farming is not profitable bcoz (1)cost of cattle yielding 10L (including transportation) is more than 55000.(2)for every 10 animals u need one manpower costing morethan 5000/month (3) Feeding cost per month during yielding period is more than 2200 per month per cattle & it is around 1400-1500 during dry period.(4)you must have your own market, where you should sell 1L milk for >Rs30. (5) Average milk of all yielding cattles should not be less than 9L per day, which is very difficult to achieve.
You can calculate profit by considering all the above facts along with Initial investment & its EMI per month, water & Electricity & mis.expenses & medical expenses & unpredictable expenses.
Dont be too optimistic...dont forget you are investing lakhs of rupees
If you can seel 1L milk for more than Rs.32, you can start .....otherwise need to think a lot.
Dairy Farming is a business in which most attention has to be given on Feeding & Management. This particular aspect has been overlooked & neglected by most of the people entering into Dairy Business.
Unfortunately most of the people as well as consultants (of course, more than 99.99% are from Dairy Processing side & others : Theoretical experts from reading on google.com) place too much importance on climate, housing & shed construction.
It should be noted by entrepreneurs that hardly one in million Dairy farmers use computers & as such no realistic information on ( Indian) Dairy farming is available on NET nor the subject can be discussed on mails.
Lets understand the simple basics:
* No business breaks even in 1st year. It usually takes 4-5 years. However in dairy farming we can start earning from Day one since we always buy cows in milking.
* The approximate investment for 100 cow farm is around 1 Lac per animal (amounting to 1 CRORE) which can roughly be divided into cost of animal, cost of construction & cost of Machinery. It has to be kept in mind that this cost is Only ONCE & gets depreciated over a period to ZERO.
* The major cost then is daily recurring cost of (balanced) Feed & labour that too labour cost is fixed for ONE year at least. However the cost of feeding changes daily depending upon the ingredients used.
* Today this (Feeding & labour) cost will not exceed Rs. 20,000/- per day in any part of India. At the same time this 100 cow farm will yield minimum 1000 litres per day which can easily be sold @ Rs. 25,000/- giving us a clear profit of Rs. 5000/- per day not to mention the cow dung which will be minimum 1500 kgs & is being sold @ Re. 1/- per Kg. (The milk can be sold easily for Rs. 25/- as it is with high fat & not TONED down )
This clearly shows a 100 cow farm will fetch Rs. 6,500/- per day which is more than 23 lacs per year.
With good manufacturing practices & a Standard Operating Procedure we can easily reduce the daily costs of Feeding by Rs. 2 - 4000/- which can give us additional profit of minimum 7 Lacs per year.
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6 acre land require for fooder
Project report dosn't include financial loan and subsity etc
30 cow price =15,00,000
Per cow price=50000
30 cow dairy farm project report
1- one HF cow give 16 to 20 per liter (some cow give 25 lit. Per day )
16lit.*30 cow=480 lit. Per day
Milk price depend ur area if you want sale own or added milk in co-operative dairy
If you sale own then per litere per milk price =35
Co-operative dairy price depent on fat = ex. 20 to 25 per litere
HF cow lactation perioud =280 day
280 lac. Day *480 perday milk=1,34,400
Yearly milk 1,34,400 * per lit.25=33 lac 60 thousond INR (33
Per day per cow maintanance=150*30cow=
16 lac 42 thousond 500 rupee INR(16,42,500)
Labour=per 10 cow 1 labour salary=6000 per month
3 labour*6000 salary=18000
Yearly labour total=2lac 16 thousond (2,16,000)INR
Water borwell=2lac (2,00,000) INR
Cow shed=3lac (3,00,000)INR
Water borewell (2,00,000)
Cow shed (3,00,000)
Milk price 33,60,000 - 2358500=10,01,500
2nd year profit (15,01,500)
Because u save borewell and shed price
This report not a corporate dairy farm business report.
And dung and urine price not added.
50000 extra maintanance for electricity and veterinary
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I visited 10 dairy farm after i wrote a report...this business not for youngster city boy because this business take 24/7 duty and managment....no festival no function...if you have own 5 to 7 acre land then you can get success in dairyfarm business..
Corporate dairy farm business is risky...afterall start this business before study and visit some dairyfarm...if somthing wrong then sorry because i just studying 10 dairy...u can study with 50...
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Dear Mr. subbareddy & Kiran,
Thank you for your kind words.
Please note that in a 100 animal farm all the animals are not milking & the cycle is maintained in such a way that around 60% of the animals are always milking.
As a result you will have a a continuous & constant supply of milk for sale.
The animals in this case are giving around 15-20 litres of milk on an average & as such the calculation shows 1000 litres /day.
For a newcomer it is always wiser to start with a low yielding animal as he is not experienced however he can gradually increase the average milk yield.
( Or it will be like a fellow who does not even know how to drive a car PROPERLY wants to enter the RACE with a Ferrari & inends to Win too).
Once again I will request you all to please do call me ANYTIME ( 24 X 7 ) so that I can explain dairy farming in precise details very easily & sytematically. You may find my number on linkedin or any of the Replies in Blogs.
Dairy farming is not at a subject to be discussed on Mails.
(Cattle Nutrition & Management)