Kerala government schemes for goat farming

Hi friends, Kerala government has implemented a lot of self-employment schemes, we can start our own projects with our own interest and with the help of the government, we can bring it up to great success.

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There are many projects… Goat farming, poultry raising and so on..Not many people know that there are actually such self-employment schemes. Let us take a look at some of the projects that the government has implemented and you are likely to get a good income per month.

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Goat farming

Eligible farmers can apply for a commercial breeding unit program implemented by the Department of Animal Husbandry as part of the Animal Resource Development 2018-19 Program. Priority for farmers who have participated in commercial goat farming training and are registered with the farmer. More information and application forms can be obtained from animal welfare organizations.

Under the scheme, financial assistance of up to a maximum of Rs. 1 lakh is sanctioned for establishing one goat breeding unit comprising 19 females of Malabar variety and an egg egg valued at Rs. 10,000. The project cost is estimated at Rs 1,62,000 for goats, Rs 1,00,000 for flock housings, Rs 10,000 for insurance coverage for sheep, Rs 8,000 for medicine, bio-mineral mixture and transport, and Rs 2,80,000 for the project. Of this, Rs 1,80,000 is to be paid by the beneficiary to his own land or loan. The beneficiary must bear all maintenance costs, including the feed cost of sheep.

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Beneficiaries must be registered with the Farmer’s Department of Animal Husbandry and own at least 50 cents of land either leased or leased. Priority of beneficiaries of commercial sheep breeding training conducted by the Department of Animal Husbandry Will provide. The department has to sign an agreement with the goat rearing unit for 3 years.

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