Rachna Singh | TNN

Jaipur: In what could probably be the first-of-its-kind in the country, a corporate organic dairy farm is coming up in the textile town of Bhilwara. Once complete this would be the only fully automated sterilised organic cow milk plant housing 1,500 cows at Raila in Bhilwara.
The plant has just started operations with 200 cross bred Holstein-Friesian cows.

As Rebels Appear To Lose Steam, Bhatol May Survive No Trust Motion

Vadodara: Amid indications that rebels, who moved a no confidence motion against chairman of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) Parthi Bhatol, may once again lose steam, the apex body of all the 13 dairy co-operatives of Gujarat announced that it has achieved record sales of 8,005 crore du

Beijing:The milk powder scandal in China has taken a new turn with the Chinese dairy concerned saying it was distributing products imported from New Zealand. The New Zealand supplier has claimed its products were

Two Maoist-affected districts, Gadchiroli and Gondiya in Vidarbha, will soon get a special fund of Rs580 crore for development projects.

The state home department plans to implement irrigation and educational projects, along with some key infrastructural works, in an effort to win back the support of locals.

The business of Madhya Pradesh state Cooperative Dairy Federation has increased by 13.6 per cent during the year 2009-2010 comparing to the year 2008-09. The Milk Unions associated with the Federation at Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, Gwalior and Jabalpur did a business of Rs 540 crore during the year 200-09 while the volume of business has gone up to Rs 614 crore during the year 2009-2010.

Chida Shivanna

Rathin Das | Anand

Cattle-keepers had for long been complaining about shrinking grazing land due to increasing pasture areas being handed over to the industries in many States. This concern has now finally been articulated by the chief of the country

Nearly 400 households in Palakkad municipal area in Kerala enjoy a special relationship with their morning cup of tea. A code printed on the milk bottles delivered to their doorstep identifies not just the farmer but even the cow providing their daily supply of milk.

With Rs 16,000 Crore Outlay, National Dairy Plan

Vijaysinh Parmar | TNN

Rajkot: In order to provide the fast-growing dairy industry in various districts of Saurashtra with more milk-yielding indigenous breed of cattle, Junagadh Agriculture University (JAU) in Junagadh will soon establish a Bull Mother Farm for indigenous Gir cattle and Jaffrabadi buffaloes at Amreli.