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Dairy

  1. 1. PRESENTATION ON
  2. 2. WHAT IS DAIRY? A dairy is a facility for the extraction and processing of animal milk—mostly from cows or goats, but also from buffalo, sheep, horses or camels —for human consumption.Typically it is a farm (dairy farm) or section of a farm that is concerned with the production of milk, butter and cheese.
  3. 3. CONTENTS INTRODUCTION TO DAIRY COOPERATIVES ROLE OF THE MILK IN DAIRY COOPERATION SUCCESS OF DAIRY COOPERATIVES BRANDS OF DAIRY COOPERATIVES INTRODUCTION TO GOKUL FEATURES OF GOKUL MILK PRODUCTION DAIRY COOPERATIVE FEDERATIONS NATIONAL DAIRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD POTENTIAL FOR INVESTMENT IN THE DAIRY INDUSTRY INDIA’S MILK PRODUCT MIX SOME COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES ARE ACHIEVEMENTS OF DAIRY COOPERATIVE INDUSTRIAL PROCESSING RESULTS
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION TODAIRY COOPERATIVES  India is the worlds highest milk producer and all set to become the worlds largest food factory. India is otherwise known as the ‘Oyster’ of the global dairy industry.  It grew because it responded to the farmers financially as well as with services. It has thrived because it is owned by farmers who have a stake in its success  India is the leading producer of milk in the world.  Value of output amounted to Rs.1179 billion (approx).  1/5thof the world bovine population.  Milch animals (45% indigenous cattle, 55 % buffaloes, and 10% cross bred cows).
  5. 5. i.e. Dairy cooperatives BACKBONE Indian dairy industry
  6. 6. ROLE OF THE MILK IN DAIRYCOOPERATION :  Milk is the countrys number one agricultural commodity.  The estimated value of milk to producers, most of them marginal, small, and landless is more than $20.  There has been rapid growth in India milk production, around 4 to 5 percent annually.
  7. 7. What is the reason for success ofdairy cooperatives? The reason is simple. It is empowerment. These cooperatives are not controlled by the government. The farmers own and manage them based upon the needs and demands of the community.
  8. 8. OVER THE YEARS, BRANDS CREATED BY COOPERATIVES HAVEBECOME SYNONYMOUS WITH QUALITY AND VALUE.BRANDS OF DAIRY COOPERATIVES ARE : COOPERATIVES Vijaya Verka Saras Nandini Milma Gokul Amul (AP) (Punjab) (Rajasthan). (Karnataka), (Kerala) (Kolhapur)(GCMMF)
  9. 9. INTRODUCTION TO GOKUL : Kolhapur Zilla Sahakari Dudh Utpadak Sangh Ltd. well known with its popular brand ‘Gokul‘ is an Operation Flood co operative dairy project established on 16 th March 1963. Since then achieved many land marks in Milk Procurement, Extension, Animal Health, Breeding, Milk Processing ,Product making and Marketing. At present Gokul has modern 7 Lakh Liters/day capacity dairy plant with 4 chilling centers having 3.75 Lakh Liters/day milk handling capacity with modern Packing Unit at Navi Mumbai.
  10. 10. FEATURES OF GOKUL : Project is first plant, which started Quality Assurance Programme and certified in Sept., 98 for ISO –9002 /ISO 9001/HACCP in 2003. Union received Export Inspection License in July 04 for Product Exports. 13 times winner of National Productivity Awards from 1988/89 to 2005/06. We pay back 76 to 82% for every sale rupee generated in form of price and services to the Milk Producer. Turnover for financial year 2007-2008 – Rs. 650 Crore. Plant commissioned in 1986 with 2 Lac process capacity. Average growth rate in last 18 years is 10 to 11%. Highest handling - 11 Lakh Ltr/day. Average handling in Dairy Plant – 7 Lakh Ltr./day.
  11. 11. Yes We Did First in India : Provident Fund scheme implemented for Milk Producer. Started unique Calf Rearing Scheme. Gokul bags PATENT for its innovation Milk Replacer. Wrestling competition for Girls and Scholarship for Wrestlers. The first Co operative Dairy to get ISO 9000 certification.
  12. 12. The milk production according to area isshown on this map. High (above 150g/day) Medium (150-100g/day) Low (Below 100g/day)
  13. 13. Some of the major Dairy Cooperative Federations include: Andhra Pradesh Bihar Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamilnadu West Bengal
  14. 14. National Dairy Development Board(NDDB) The National Dairy Development Board was created to promote, finance and support producer-owned and controlled organisations. NDDBs programmes and activities seek to strengthen farmer cooperatives and support national policies that are favourable to the growth of such institutions.
  15. 15. POTENTIAL FOR INVESTMENT IN THEDAIRY INDUSTRY Some areas of Indian dairy industry can be toned up by the evocation of differentiated technologies and equipment from overseas.These include:  Raw milk handling  Milk processing  Packaging  Value-added products
  16. 16. INDIA’S MILK PRODUCT MIX : Fluid Milk46.0% Ghee27.5% Butter6.5% Curd 7.0% Khoa (Partially Dehydrated Condensed Milk)6.5% Milk Powders, including IMF3.5% Paneer & Chhana (Cottage Cheese)2.0% Others, including Cream, Ice Cream1.0%
  17. 17. SOME COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES ARE : Kherapara Service Coop.Society Ltd Mahendragunj Serive Coop.Society Ltd Bangalkata Handloom Weavers Coop.Society Ltd. Kathalbari Handloom Weavers Coop. Society Ltd. J.B.Spice Agro Industrial Cooperative Society Ltd. Phulbari Dairy Milk Producers Coopeative Society Ltd. Taljawa Fishery Coop.Society Ltd Muga Silk Culture Coop.Society Ltd Phulbari Coop.Cons.Store Ltd.
  18. 18. ACHIEVEMENTS OF DAIRY COOPERATIVE This commitment has been rewarded with achievements made by cooperative dairies in :  Milk production,  Employment generation,  Per capita availability of milk,  Foreign exchange savings and  Increased farmer incomes.
  19. 19. INDUSTRIAL PROCESSING : Dairy plants process the raw milk they receive from farmers so as to extend its marketable life. Two main types of processes are employed: heat treatment to ensure the safety of milk for human consumption and to lengthen its shelf-life, and dehydrating dairy products such as butter, hard cheese and milk powders so that they can be stored.
  20. 20. RESULTS : Five dairy cooperative projects have completed five years of implementation, and two projects have completed seven years. According to dairy cooperative records, more than 610,000 childspacing clients are currently being served.
  21. 21. PRESENTED BY : MEGHA PHIRANGI (FROM : BMS-2ND YEAR) (2009-2010)
  22. 22. THANK YOU…

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