The Karimnagar Dairy has emerged number one in terms of launching several welfare schemes for the milk producers …
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Karimnagar Dairy, which is making strides in the milk procurement and sales and emerged as the top dairy in the entire Telangana state, was established on October 16, 1971 after the first phase of Telangana statehood movement. Then Chief Minister PV Narasimha Rao and Minister for Agriculture J Chokka Rao played a crucial role in setting up a dairy with 12,000 litres capacity in Karimnagar town during the period.
INDIA DAIRY Award for the Best Medium Sized Company in the year 2020 The Hans India award for Best Retailer in the dairy sector in the year 2019 Indian Agriculture award for Best Quality Milk and Milk Products in the county in the year 2018 Lions Club of Karimnagar award for Best Entrepreneurship in the year 2017 Acharya NG Ranga Kisan Samstha, Ongole, award for Best Social Service in 2014 ICAR (Indian Council for Agriculture Research ) Best Farmer award in 2016 Dr C Krishna Rao award in the Best Services category in 2010
Dairy welfare schemes for animals
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 welfare programmes for farmers
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.
MILCH ANIMAL WELFARE SCHEMES:Loan facilities for the purchase of milch animals to the tune of Rs 50,000 to …
The Karimnagar Dairy which follows the footsteps of “Milkman of India” Dr Verghese Kurien to increase the milk …