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‘Rashtriya Gokul Mission will help in creating rural entrepreneurship’

Union Minister for Animal Husbandry and Dairying interacts with farmers and entrepreneurs; appreciates their success stories

As part of Aazadi Ka Amrit Mahostav, Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying organized an awareness Programme on entrepreneurship schemes through Common Service Centre network. Around 2000 village level camps were held across the country that gave complete information about these schemes, as well as how to apply on the scheme portal through the CSC itself.

Union Minister for Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Mr. Parshottam Rupala addressed the farmers connected through camps and informed that as per the recent Cabinet decision, the National Livestock Mission and Rashtriya Gokul Mission schemes now have a component of breeder farm entrepreneurs and fodder entrepreneurs. National Livestock Mission (NLM) will help in creating rural entrepreneurship and help in creating better livelihood opportunity for unemployed youth and livestock farmers in the cattle, Dairy, poultry, sheep, goat, piggery, feed and fodder sector paving the way towards Atma Nirbhar Bharat.

The minister stated that, these schemes will bring sharp focus on entrepreneurship development and breed improvement in rural poultry, sheep, goat and piggery including feed and fodder development. Rural poultry entrepreneurship component will give direct employment to 1.5 lakh farmers and 2 lakh farmers will be directly benefitted from sheep goats and poultry development. About 7.25 lakh high yielding animals will be covered under risk management benefitting 3.5 lakh farmers. Fodder and fodder seed availability in country will be increased by many folds through creation of fodder entrepreneurs.

Minister of State of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Mr. L. Murugan said Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav is dedicated to the people of India. He further said that Rashtriya Gokul Mission will not only help in better production but also help in increasing farmers’ income.

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