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Himachal Pradesh

Maintenance Of Pregnant Desi/Indigenous Cow/Buffalo Ration Scheme For BPL Families Belonging To Scheduled Caste Category

Below Poverty Line
Buffalo
Cow
Pregnant
Scheduled Caste
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अधिकतर पूछे जाने वाले सवाल
The scheme “Maintenance of Pregnant Desi/Indigenous Cow/Buffalo Ration Scheme for BPL families belonging to Scheduled Caste category” was launched by the Department of Animal Husbandry, Government of Himachal Pradesh. Under this scheme, cattle feed to the pregnant cows and buffaloes of BPL families belonging to the Scheduled Caste category will be provided on a 50% subsidy for the last trimester (three months) of pregnancy.
Objectives:
  • Increase in milk production thereby providing more economic gains to the farmers.
  • To reduce the inter-calving period which will ultimately result in more calves and higher milk production.
  • To improve the health of pregnant cows & buffaloes so that their full milk production potential can be realized after parturition.
  • To ensure the birth of healthy calves free of diseases and malnutrition so that they grow to become higher-producing animals.
  • As the incentive is being given to Desi/Indigenous cows and buffaloes, the farmers can be motivated to rear such animals.
Assumptions:
  • A balanced ration will be provided @ 3kg/day/cow for three months (last trimester of pregnancy).
  • The cost will be shared by the Govt. and beneficiary on a 50:50 basis.
  • The cost of feed will depend upon the tender/approved rates.
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