The A.P. Amul Dairy task has actually formally begun its operations in 100 towns of Madanapalle and Ramasamudram mandals of Chittoor district on Wednesday, after a two-week-long trial.
Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy officially released the task’s milk procurement procedure at Rythu Bharosa Kendram (RBK) at Vempalle, a town near Madanapalle, through video conference from his camp workplace at Tadepalle.
Dealing with an event of females dairy farmers, field personnel of A.P. Amul Dairy, authorities of the A.P. Dairy Advancement Cooperative Federation Limited( APDDCFL) and department of Animal husbandry, the Chief Minister stated the tie-up with the Amul Dairy would go a long method in eliminating the intermediary system in the dairy sector, besides rewarding the farmers with the profitable rates.
Increase to females empowerment
Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy stated as part of dairy advancement, as numerous as 7,000 systems of milch cows were supplied to the recipients. He stated another one lakh systems would be provided in February next year, followed by 3 lakh more systems in August. “Milk cooling centres would be established in 9,899 towns all over the State,” he stated, including that the task would improve females empowerment in a huge method.
APDDCFL supervisor (Madanapalle) S. Naveen stated the trial run of milk procurement last month started with 150 litres on the preliminary day, while it was over 2,000 litres on the day of main launch. “At present, the task will cover 100 towns in Madanapalle and Ramasamudram mandals through 32 RBKs. Compared to the personal dairies, the Amul Dairy task has actually brought out a competitive rate to the farmers. As Chittoor district is presently having the capability of 24 lakh litres procurement daily, we are confident of bagging a significant share,” he stated.
District Collector Narayana Barath Gupta, Sub-Collector Jahnavi, Joint Director (Animal husbandry) S. Venkatrao and senior authorities existed.