Dairy welfare programmes for farmers

  • The Karimnagar Dairy has emerged number one in terms of launching several welfare schemes for the milk producers and their family members and as well as the milking animals:KALYANAMASTHU:  Under this scheme, the dairy would distribute 2.5 grams of gold (thali) and 5 grams of silver (mettalu) during the time of marriage of daughter of milk producer
  • PAADI RYTHU BHAROSA:  In this insurance scheme, the dairy would provide financial assistance of Rs 50,000 to the bereaved family of milk producer after his or her death
  • SCHOLARSHIPS: Under this scheme, the milk producers, who joined the Paadi rythu bharosa insurance scheme, children would be given scholarships for getting highest marks in the ninth and tenth.
  • PAALANIDHI: This is the novel scheme wherein the dairy would provide financial assistance or pension to the milk producer after attaining the age of 60 years.
  • PAADI RYTHU SANSKSHEMA NIDHI: A financial assistance of Rs 30,000 would be provided to the family of milk producer, who had availed loan, after his or her death.
  • VIDYA PROSTHAKALU: Financial assistance of Rs 10,000, Rs 8,000 and Rs 5,000 for the children of milk producer from each Milk chilling centre for securing highest marks in Intermediate examination in the categories of first, second and third respectively.
  • MILK PRODUCER INSTITUTES (MPI):  Grant of Rs 50,000 for construction of temporary building and Rs 1 lakh for the construction of RCC building
    FERTILIZERS:  Distribution of fertilizers to the milk producers at reduced rates than the market price.
  • FUNERAL EXPENSES:  Funeral expenses of Rs 7,000 would be given for milk producer institute (MPI) president and Rs 5,000 for the milk producer

Dairy welfare schemes for animals

  • MILCH ANIMAL WELFARE SCHEMES:Loan facilities for the purchase of milch animals to the tune of Rs 50,000 to Rs 60,000 per animal
  • Ninety percent transportation charges would be given by dairy for the  milch animals purchased from other states
  • Financial assistance of Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,000 per animal would be given to the farmers in case of the death of the milch animal
  • Dairy would provide 90 per cent insurance coverage for the milch animal purchased from other states for a period of one-year
  • Veterinary medical assistance at the doorstep of the farmer
  • Artificial insemination for the milch animal at the doorstep of the farmer
  • Distribution of sexed semen at 50 per cent subsidy to the farmers
  • Financial assistance of Rs 3,000 cash and Rs 7,000 worth as fodder and nutritional supplement given to female calves born through sexed semen
  • Conduct of mini-veterinary camps every three months and distribution of the medicines at 50 per cent subsidy
  • Mega veterinary medical camps would be conducted once in a year at the MPIs procuring more than 100 litres per day
  • Emergency medical assistance for milch animals at the doorstep of farmer at a cost of Rs 250 for ambulance services
  • Vaccination of milch animals at 50 per cent subsidy
  • Supply of mineral mixture at 25 per cent subsidy to increase milk production
  • Supply of calcium liquid at reasonable price
  • Fodder seed distribution at 50 per cent subsidy
  • Financial assistance of Rs 1500 to Rs 3,000 for cultivation of perennial fodder crops

Distribution of chaff cutters at 50 per cent subsidy

Distribution of animal trevis at 50 per cent subsidy

To increase milk production, the azolla culture would be given free of cost

Perennial grass slips will be supplied free of cost

Breeding bulls distribution at 50 per cent subsidy

Distribution of quality cattle feed by providing subsidy of  Rs 100 per quintal

Distribution of cross-breed heifers through auction to the milk producers