Thats is an interesting proposition. I had a few queries though.
1. do you give some bond for the amount invested.
2. do we get our monthly interest payment - how guaranteed is this? what is the medium of payment.
3. I see from you mail that in case of any problem, we would be paid back our amount before the actual share holders.
Kindly send across your contact details as a PM. I Would be interested in visiting your farm and then deciding on the offer.
I would like to know your detail so that i can contact you directly. i am planning for a dairy business so only.
I think you need to consider a lot of things before posting such messages. I have gone thourgh all your postings..what you are offering ...can be classified as collecting deposits with a promise of higher returns...which needs lot of clearances from RBI. Consult a good CA and tell him what you are offering...he will guide you what you are doing is legally correct or not. I am advising you this as after reading all ur posts I felt your intention may not be to cheat but your enthusiasm can get you into trouble.
As far as 2.5% ROI is concerned... you are right its not impossible, but very difficult. If you are already employed and getting good salary its chances are even remote as the returns you have mentioned are possible only if there are people dedicated to dairy. If you have prior experience in dairying and you have data to back up I wll take your offer for partnership with 4 lakhs. If yes then publish the same..it cannot be too confidential to publish.
All I advise is look before you take a leap. Its a friendly advise.
Dear Manas reddy,
You are doing very great Job in cattle farming ,Dont bother these type of people who is always having suspisious and fall flat to cheeaters who promise 200%return, with Bond papper etc, and he might have previous experience of cheaters. it is natural.
Thanks with Regards
Four months of experience with Four HF cows is too early and too non-representative a sample to draw such bold conclusions. I am runnig a dairy farm since last five years. I cannot agree with your numbers. Nevertheless go ahead and all the best.
On taking loans ...even if you are a corporate you cannot accept deposits from egenral public and that offering such high rates ....consult a CA/CS who will be of more help than a lawyer in such cases. As I have already mentioned ...choice is yours its just a friendly advise.
I like your confidence, do not bother about people's bogus comments, You are quoting only 30% profit by selling of milk only but you can earn more than 30%.
My friendly advice How you will get more than 30%.
01. Milk will give you 30%.
02. Cow Dung - If you sell it directly then you will get 10% of your feed cost , but if you stall bio gas plant and supply the gas to your neighbour then you will get 10% extra income.
Conclusion :- My opinion you can earn approximately 40% to 45% minimum. Profit is totaly depends how you are minimizing your wastage of resources.
I'm not commenting on the dairy part, but i seen our friends here quoting on using biogas to neighbourhood. Good thought but please ensure biogas is corrosive our regular LPG cylinders come with brass fitting units and they need to be replaced with stainless steel if you are using bio gas.
Ha ha ha.....nice joke. Please don't do wishful thinking. lets discuss facts. Each animal on an average gives 10 kgs of Dung a day. Which when Dired would weigh about 1-2 kg. The cost of which is min Rs.2 and maximum Rs 8. Coming to bio gas...just see whether you will have any takers, at best id you make a 100% sustainable dairy you can run your generator for power that woudl be a sving of Rs 2000-3000 per month in a mid sized dairy of 20 animals. I am not sure whether this will constitute additional 10%-15% income as claimed. I am willing to standby what I have said and if any one wants to actually check they can do so and get back to me. Science unfortunately needs empirical evedence not tall talk and wishful thinking. check this out if you want.