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Goat Farming: Start This Business With 90% Government Subsidy & Earn Over Rs 2 Lakh

Sugandh Bhatnagar
Sugandh Bhatnagar
Goats in the Farm

In India, goat farming is not new; People in rural India have been rearing goats since time immemorial. Goat rearing business plan is a very profitable business as it requires little investment & its multiutility Therefore, you can earn huge profits from goat rearing business. There are many benefits of milk, manure etc. from goat rearing.

Government’s Support for Goat Farming:

It is very easy to start this business. You can start this with government’s help. In order to promote animal husbandry in rural areas and adopt self-employment, the Haryana government is giving subsidy of up to 90 percent to the goat owners. At the same time, other state governments also give subsidy. The Government of India gives up to 35% subsidy on animal husbandry. Even if you do not have money to start goat farming, you can take a loan from banks. NABARD is available to give you loan for goat farming.

Cost of Rearing Goats:

To start this you must have information about location, feed, freshwater, and number of labor required, veterinary assistance, market potential and export potential. Goat is especially in high demand in India. At the same time, its meat is one of the best and its domestic demand is very high. This is not a new business and this process is going on since ancient times.

Earnings from Goat Farming:

Goat farming project is a very profitable business. According to a report, an average income of Rs 2,16,000 can be earned on 18 goats. At the same time, an average of Rs 1,98,000 can be earned from the male version.

Goat Farming Training In Delhi:

When you are planning on raising goats commercially, you must also have complete knowledge about them including high-yielding goat breeds, goat care management, goat feed management, diseases & control measures, vaccination, etc.

Below is the list of training centers that offer goat farming training in India.

Delhi: 1) Al Habib Agro Farms: N- 106, Top Floor, Abdul Fazal Enclave 1 Jamia Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi 110025, Delhi.

2) ICAR – Central Institute for research on Goats, Nodal Officer, HRD Training

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