Milk production in India is expected to grow at about 3 to 4% every year.
There are many people who want to get into small scale or large scale dairy farming business.
You are not necessarily start a dairy farm in commercial scale; you can start on small scale business and expand it to large scale once you are aware of ins and outs of dairy farming.
Before starting a dairy farm, makes sure to follow these: To encourage rural agriculture sector and increase the milk production as per demand, NABARD (National Bank For Agriculture & Rural Development) helping farmers by providing subsidies on dairy farms and dairy farming loans through approved banks.
Due to the population increase and consumption of milk tremendously increasing day by day.
The rising unemployment and people who are looking for starting a dairy farm in recent years is almost doubled.
The third key is the recognition and implementation of the philosophy that 100% customer satisfaction is required to ensure a profitable business.
Profits are a by product of satisfying customers, not the other way around.
However, due to lack of knowledge and initial investment involved they are unable to setting up a dairy unit.
We advise you not to get into this dairy business unless you dedicate your effort and time on your farm round the clock.