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Agribusiness opportunities

  1. 1. 1 AGRIBUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES05/08/12 AEC & RI, KUMULUR, TNAU - 621712
  2. 2. India in World Agriculture India’s position in world Item % share Rank Next to Total area 2.5 7th Russia, Canada, USA, China, Brazil and Australia Agrl. Population 23 2nd China Arable land 11.9 2nd USA2 05/08/12
  3. 3. India in World Agriculture (Contd) India’s position in world Item (Production) % share Rank Next to Wheat 11.7 2nd China Rice 22.3 2nd China Total pulses 21.2 1st Fruits & 9.7 2nd China Vegetables Total milk 14.4 1st3 05/08/12
  4. 4. Agriculture Scenario in India Details 1990 2007 Per capita food availability 198 186 (Kg / person / year) Per capita availability land 0.50 0.14 (Ha) Agrl.growth rate 3.8 2.2 (%)4 05/08/12
  5. 5.  7.5 lakhs ha of Agrl. land diverted to other uses every year.  Cost of inputs increased >50 times but farm produce price increased <10 times only.  40% of farmers want to take up other occupation if given a chance.5 05/08/12
  6. 6. Productivity of Crops (Kg/Ha) World % yield Crops India obtained Rice 1913 3970 48.19 Wheat 2770 4123 67.18 Maize 1792 4279 41.88 Cotton 198 1027 19.28 Groundnut 977 1367 71.47 Sugarcane (t) 68 165 41.21 Banana (t) 34 113 30.096 05/08/12
  7. 7. Demand of Horticultural Crops Supply (MT) Demand (MT) Commodity 2003-2004 2011-12 2020-2021 Fruits 44.04 81 98 Vegetables 87.53 185 220 Spices 2.91 5.5 6.5 Total (All) 146.82 300 3607 05/08/12
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  9. 9. Agribusiness9  Refers to the various businesses involved in food production, including farming, seed supply, agrichemicals, farm machinery, wholesale and distribution, processing, marketing, and retail sales. 05/08/12
  10. 10. Agribusiness - Objectives10  Commercialization of Agriculture  Increase productivity  Use of modern technologies  Reducing cost of production  Value addition  Export agriculture  Higher farm income 05/08/12
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  12. 12. Agriculture  Quality Seed / Planting Material Production and Marketing  Quality Input Production  Food Grain Marketing and Export  Grain based alcohol, malted foods, starch glucose  Pulse and Oilseeds Post harvest and Processing  Organic Farming  Agro based Industry  Vermicomposting  Quality Certification  Farm Mechanization12 05/08/12
  13. 13. Horticulture  Contract Farming  Organic Farming  Quality Seed / Planting Material Production  Juices and concentrates  Micro & mass propagation of planting material  Off-Season Vegetable Production  Commercial Flower Production  Tissue culture13 05/08/12
  14. 14. Sericulture  Silkworm Rearing Technology  Silk Yarn Production  Value addition & export  Handloom & Textile / Garment Designing14 05/08/12
  15. 15. Livestock Dairy Processing and Chilling    Meat Processing    Broiler and Egg Production and marketing    Livestock Feed    Livestock vaccine / drug production / diagnosis / clinics Whole and Skimmed milk powder (WMP & SMP)15 05/08/12
  16. 16. FisheryIntegrated and Intensive Fish Farming Carp Hatchery Ornamental Fish Fish Feed Frozen and canned products16 05/08/12
  17. 17. Processing Fruit and vegetable processing, including dehydration, canning, packaging, processing of fruits. Processing of maize for starch and feed through improved mini/small mills and dry milling plants. Processing of millets for various purposes and RTE (Ready to Eat) products. Processing of sugarcane for various jaggery products like spiced jaggery, powdered jaggery, and jaggery cubes. Processing of herbal and medicinal plants.17 05/08/12
  18. 18. Infrastructures  Establishing cold storage and warehousing  Increasing number of Agri clinics  Commodity markets18 05/08/12
  19. 19. Agribusiness Organizations in India Domestic Agribusiness Firms  Britannia India Ltd  Dabur India  Indian Tobacco Corporation  Marico  Mother Dairy  Reliance19 05/08/12
  20. 20. Foreign Agribusiness Firms Cadbury Ltd Monsanto Cargill Coco Cola Hindustan Lever Ltd Pepsi Co20 05/08/12
  21. 21. Better Agribusiness-Needs21  Co-operative farming (AMUL)  Contract farming (ITC)  Precision farming (Dharmapuri / Krishnagiri)  Farm Mechanisation  Domestic and export market information centers  Crop federations / Growers organizations.  Credit delivery at lower interest rates.  Establishment of agri export zones and Markets  Establishment of agro based industries and modern cold storage, ware houses  Export management through E-commerces / E-trading 05/08/12
  22. 22. Thank you22 05/08/12

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