UP News: The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh continues to try to double the income of farmers. In this continuation, Uttar Pradesh Animal Husbandry Department Director Dr. Atul Kumar Jadoun in a special interaction with Kisan Tak said that in order to double the income of farmers and animal husbandry in Uttar Pradesh, the UP government is running the scheme. animal husbandry. He said that the first ‘Nandini Krishak Samriddhi Yojana’ has been launched. This is a Rs 62 lakh project. 50 percent subsidy will be given to farmers in three phases. Cow breeders of indigenous breeds like Sahiwal, Tharparkar and Gil will be given subsidy. In this, farmers will be paid 25 percent if they show 10 babies of these native cows. The aim of the government is to preserve the indigenous cow.
Dr. Atul Kumar Jadoun said that farmers can apply offline for these three schemes. You can apply till October 25 in the office of District Dairy Department, Chief Development Officer and Veterinary Officer. At present three schemes are running for farmers. Where applications are being received from many cattle farmers. The animal husbandry director said that under the second ‘Chief Minister’s Swadeshi Cow Promotion Scheme’, the Uttar Pradesh government is providing a grant of Rs 80,000 to bring two cows of Sahiwal, Tharparkar and Gir breeds from Haryana, Punjab and Delhi. Cow rearers and farmers will benefit from this.
Under the third ‘Chief Minister’s Progressive Animal Husbandry Incentive Scheme’, the Yogi government is offering an incentive of Rs.10-15 thousand. This amount is divided into two parts. In this, Sahiwal, Gir and Tharpark cows will be given an incentive of 10,000 rupees if they give 8-12 kg milk per day and if they give more than 12 kg milk, an incentive of 15,000 rupees will be given. A Haryana cow will get Rs 10,000 if it gives 6-10 kg of milk per day and Rs 15,000 if it gives more than 10 kg of milk. Apart from this, Gangathiri cows will be paid Tk 10,000 if they give 6 to 8 kg of milk and Tk 15,000 if they give more than 8 kg of milk.
What do you have to pay to get the benefits?
Animal Husbandry Department Director Dr. Atul Kumar Jadaun said that benefits of the scheme can be availed by filling the form offline. Aadhaar card, copy of bank account, photograph of place where cow is kept, as well as data of agricultural land for grass can be submitted to Veterinary Officer, BDO or CDO office of Bikash Bhawan. In which the benefit of the scheme will be given to the beneficiary after investigation.
Increase in the number of domestic improved breeds of cows
The main objective of this project is to increase the number and pedigree of indigenous improved breeds of cows in UP, so that the state remains the leading state in milk production. In fact, only farming will not increase the income of the farmer. For this, animal husbandry must be done. Milk and ghee should also be sold. Apart from this, dung and cow urine are also being sold. To increase the income of farmers and livestock farmers.
Beneficiary must have adequate space
To avail the benefits of this scheme, the beneficiary should have adequate space for rearing cows. Apart from this they should not have more than 2 cows of domestic improved breed.
Women will get priority
Under the cow promotion scheme, 50 per cent preference will be given to women milk producers and cattle rearers. Where 50 percent includes beneficiaries from other categories.