DISTRICT COOPERATIVE DAIRY FEDERATION
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APPLICATION OF COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLES IN THE FIELD OF DAIRYING
There is no sphere of economic activity to which the principles of cooperation can not be applied Milk is produced in the rural areas by small, scattered individuals farmers, who face problems related to the production as well as marketing of milk. The most common mode of disposal of milk, though less remunerative is to convert milk into Ghee and Khoa. In the absence of adequate storage facilities these products are sold at very low price due to the fact that milk & milk products are perishable commodities. Individual producer finds it difficult to sell his produce at reasonable price because lack of resources. This leads to exploitation of milk producers by the middleman. In order to eliminate middleman and provide remunerative prices for the milk to produces Cooperative Dairying came into to existence. For the farmers to form cooperative societies a sum of Rupees was provided in the first five year plan.
The second plan was drawn up more or less on the pattern of first five year plan. The emphasis on cooperative farming, production and marketing etc. was given on much a broaden perspective in the subsequent plans. This ever increasing sense of cooperation let to the development of milk unions and milk supply societies.
Muzaffarnagar Dugdh Utpadak Sangh was established in 1963 and that is registered with registration 1129 on dated 3.3.1963. Now a days Dugh Utpadak Sahakari Sangh have its own building that is located at Industrial Are Begrajpur 10km. Away from the Muzaffarnagar city at National highway-58 towards Meerut City in 1983-84. Under Operation Flood-II Scheme Dugdh Sangh was adopted by the Pradesik Cooperative Dairy Federation Ltd., Lucknow (PCDF). In 1990 a chilling centre of 60,000 lit. milk per day handing capacity was build by the financial assistance of N.D.D.B. Since then Dudgh Sangh is working under the guidance of P.C.D.F. Ltd., Lucknow The trade name of its milk products is broadly by known as "PARAG", Dugdh. Sangh get many financial assistance times to time by D.R.D.A., District Plan, Muzaffarnagar and State Plan also.
COOPERATIVE MILK PRODUCERS UNION OF DUGDH UTPADAK
SAHAKARIE SANGH LTD.,
1- Collection of milk from member societies.
2- Develop processing manufacturing and storage facilities.
3- Organize dairy extension activities.
4- Organize available technical inputs for its primary societies i.e., cattlefeeds, A.I.facilities,
Green Fodder seeds, vaccination etc.
5- Organize consumer oriented marketing system for milk & milk products.
OBJECTIVE OF THE MILK COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES SHALL BE -
i) To undertake activities necessary for clean and quality milk production and increase permitted animals to give necessary guidance and assistance to the members/producers to carry out these activities.
ii) Organize milk collection, testing and payment to the procedures.
iii) Organize marketing facilities for milk from members.
iv) Provide leadership for various economic and social activities.
QUALIFICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP TO THE MILK COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES.
1. He is a resident of the village and has completed 18 years of age and is competent to contract.
2. He rears buffalo/cow for milk production.
3. He has taken at least one share and paid an entrance fee of rupee one.
4. He is no in the business of milk and milk products.
5. He has agreed to supply milk to the society.
6. He is not bankrupt or is not legally disabled.
7. He is not criminally convicted for moral turpitude.
BLOCK WISE ORGANIZED PRIMARY MILK COOPERATIVE SOCIETY
|SR. . NAME OF
NO. OF ORGANIZED
No. THE BLOCK
|1. JANSATH 69|
|2. KHATAULI 70|
|3. BAGHRA 40|
|4. PURKAZI 52|
|5. SHAHPUR 37|
|6. BUDHANA 36|
|7. MORNA 41|
|8. MUZAFFARNAGAR 23|
|9. KANDHLA 12|
|10. THANABHAWAN 30|
|11. SHAMLI 37|
|12. CHARTHAWAL 39|
|13. KAIRANA 23|
|14. UN 47|
There are 330 milk cooperative societies are functioned by which 35,000 liter milk per day receiving to the milk union through eleven milk routes in different areas of the district by 14 milk vans.
1. RECEPTION OF MILK -
Reception of milk refers to a process of making the decision regarding the acceptance of milk for further processing, whether the milk is acceptable or not, has to divide by the person incharge of reception section. The place where this process is carried out is known as reception dock. Since the future processing of milk mainly depends upon its quality, the decision of accepting the milk, must be made very carefully. The process of reception includes following :-
(a) unloading (b) sampling (c) testing (d) weighing and recording
2. CHILLING OF MILK :After reception of good quality of raw milk to sufficiently low temperature so that the growth of micro organism present in the milk is checked. In this process the temperature of milk should be reduced to less than 10 deg.C preferably 3.4deg.C.
3. PASTEURIZATION OF MILK :The process of heating every particle of milk and milk products to at least 63deg.C and holding at such temperature continuously ate least 30 min. or heating it to least 71.5deg.C and holding at such temperature continuously for tat least 15 seconds. All pasteurized and milk products shall be cooled immediately to a temperature of 10deg.C or less shall be maintained at that temperature until delivery.
MARKETING OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS:
DUSS have its own packing machines sponsored by DRDA, Muzaffarnagar. 9000 lit. of milk are packing per day different standard (1) Full Cream (2) Standard milk (3) Double tommed milk. The polypacked milk is being supplied in different cities i.e. Muzaffanagar, Haridwar, Saharanpur and Meerut also. Rest Milk is sending to the Mother Dairy Delhi and feeder balancing Dairy Partapur, Meerut City by own three milk tankers.
The Cream let after standardized milk DUSS are also manufacturing Ghee 300kg. To 400kg. Per day. DUSS have its own Ghee Packing machine sponsored by D.R.D.A. Muzaffarnagar. Mostly Ghee is manufacturing in the DUSS mostly purchased by the Primary milk cooperative societies.
Paneer and flavored milk are also preparing by DUSS on demand basis. There is no regular supply of these products. There is no regular by the DUSS of these products.
NO. OF PROJECTS ARE GOING ON THROUGH DUGH UTPADAK SAHKARI SANGH LTD.
SAGHAN MINI DAIRY PROJECT U.P.
Under Ambedker Special Employment Project :-
To recognize the unlimited possibilities, necessities and resources for development in rural areas of the state to provide them continuous employment and to speedup the local economy, Saghan mini diary project is started by Govt. through Dugdh Utpadan Sahakari Sangh.
By the Implementation of project in rural areas every group of caste & religion will be able to get the employment regularly & for a long period in the villages.
On one hand by the selling of milk there will be increase in cash (which is very essential for economical/social development of a person). It will strengthen economical and social condition of village. On the other hand it will help to stop immigration of rural youths towards the cities.
Saghan Mini Dairy is a viable and bankable project from economical point of view.
The main features of the project :
UNIT COST APPROVED IN THIS PROJECT :
NABARD has proposed the following unit cost for this beneficiary of the Saghan Mini Dairy parts -
1. Graded Murra Buffalo/cross breed/cow 52,000.00 26,000.00
expected cost Rs. 10000/- per Buffalo Hybried
cow minimum 8 ltr. Per Buffalo, 10 lts. Per cow
milk production for the per day buying.
2. Expenditure for fodder grain one moth (optional 12,00.00 600.00
3. Medical expenditure for one moth 300.00 150.00
4. Animal Insurance for three years (within the 2,130.00 1,065.00
5. Animal Transportation 2,000.00 1,000.00
TOTAL RS. 57,630.00 28,815.00
MERITS REQUIREMENTS OF THE BENEFICIARY :-
The person/Dairymaster/Farmer -
SELECTION OF BENEFICIARIES :-
In the milk society aspirant and able members, in villages, will be selected by the democratically constituted elected by management committee who will responsible for the refilling
Of produced/surplus milk in village through milk producer cooperative committee in village.
SPECIAL FEATURES IN PROJECT :
4. For the inspection (viewing) project, keeping in mind the land in district and availability of fodder in Hilly and Bundelkhand areas resolution has been kept to establish two animal unit.
5. In those areas also, district areas, where milk committees are not working. The implementation of project will be carried out through concerned district milk union.
ECONOMICAL HELP TO THE BENEFICIARIES BY ADMINISTRATION:
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION FOR THE PREPARATION OF LOAN APPLICATION FOR :-
OTHER AUXILIARY SERVICE WORK OF PROJECT:
OFFICE OF MAHILA DAIRY PROJECT
DUGDH SANGH, MUZAFFRNAGAR
Mahila Dairy scheme-step is started by Muzaffarnagar Dugdh Utpadak Sahakri Sangh Ltd., Industrial Area, Begrajpur under the direction of Directorate of Lucknow in April,1999.
MAHILA DAIRY PROJECT U.P.
There is unlimited share of role of women in the economic structure of villages, but due to different orthodox systems and traditions the development of women education, awareness and leadership could not get progress. Consequently being the main part of society the women are backward. By dint of it power of self confidence and awareness could not be developed in them. To evaluate the women from this position, to develop the source of income, self confidence and power of taking decision by the help of Dugdh co-operative under the department of women and child development. Indian Govt. under scheme 'step' and it is implemented under direction Ambedker Special Employment Scheme of U.P. Govt. through the working body (Agency) P.C.D.F./Directorate Mahila Dairy Scheme, U.P. (Plain area), Lucknow.
THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF MAHILA DAIRY PROJECT
Beneficiaries of Project :
The rural women belong to economically weak & backward families of milk producers.
ORGANISATION OF MAHILA DUGDH UTPADAK SAHAKARI SAMITI
FACILITIES OF UNDER SCHEME ACCORDING RULES
Full monetary helps to aware the members and employee of the organised female milk for society business, Samiti/Cattle management, cattle health and breeding, Child & female & child health and to aware the females for their duties, rights and trained them through the training programme.
OFFICE - MAHILA DAIRY PARIYOJNA
|Sr.No. Programme Name Target 2001 Supply(Upto) Nov.2000|
|1 Women Society Organisation 40 39|
|2 " Working Societies 40 39|
|3 " Women President 40 39|
|4 " Women Secretary 40 39|
|5 " Women
Committee Member 360 351
|6 " Women total Members 1200 1296|
|7 " Porar Members 720 776|
|8 " Daily Average of Milk Uthavani 2000 3400|
|9 " A.I. Works 14 05|
|10 " First And Works 40 19|
|11 " Management Committee Training 360 267|
|12 " Pashupalan Harachara Training 1200 461|
|13 " Secretary Training 40 28|
|14 Wormicide Medicine Distribution 2400 1860|
|15 F.M.D. Vaccin 2400 1200|
|16 Minikit Distribution 2400 1598|
|17 Edication Programme 30 05|
|18 Iodin Test 2000 1814|
|19 Self Help Group 40 34|
(1) TRAINING OF FEMALE SECRETARY :
A 30 days training programme for society secretary of produce the knowledge of fillup the papers, to maintain them and to produce the knowledge rules and regulations of cooperative society.
Training programme of 3 days for the awareness of the rules and regulations of the society duties and rights of the members.
A 3 days training Programme for the Chairman of the society for the awareness programmes and their rights & duties, rules & regulations of the society.
A fifteen days training for (First Aid Worker) for awareness of the sickness of the
Miltch cattle of every society.
A 90 days training to A.I. Worer for basic knowledge of artificial insemination iemual sickness and treatments of the cattle.
U.P. DIVERSIFIED AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT PROJECT :
This elaborating project financed by world bank. The project will support the conservation & improvement of indigenous breed race under the U.P. Diversification Agriculture Support Project. Is is implemented buy P.C.D.F. (Pradesik Cooperative Dairy Federation) and Department of Animal Husbandry.
At present this project is being implemented in the District. Lucknow, Meerut ,Bhopal, Muzaffarnagar, Ghaziabad, Aligarh, Hathras, Sitapur, Lakhimpur, Khiri & Agra. Find out the germs plasm in Haryana, Sahiwal Cow, Murra and Bhadavri Buffalo and write down the milk production and register the name and address of the owner to make a directory under this scheme. These indigenous breed can accommodate them accordingly. The local enviornment and their milk production capacity are in good form. The expenditure is not much to maintain them.
BENEFITS OF INDIGENOUS BREED CONSERVATION :
A rapid survey is conducted for indigenous breed in Muzaffarnagar district with the Cooperation of Department of Animal Husbandry and P.C.D.F. employees as per the direction of Head Office P.C.D.F. The detailed survey programme for indigenous breed and milk recording for conservative breed is going on simultaneously .
SOURCE - DISTRICT COOPERATIVE DAIRY FEDERATION,MZN.
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