New Delhi: It’s a problem of plenty for dairy companies.

Daily milk production in the state is seeing a surplus by 28 lakh litre, with drastic rise in contributions from the drought-hit talukas like Jat and Mann leading to a massive production of milk po

Baramati: In a region where farmers either work in the fields or breed cows, milk production is the indicator for the impact of the drought on the latter section.

Chandigarh: Like record wheat harvest, the production of milk, too, is unusually high this year.

Chandigarh: Introduced barely three months ago, sexed semen which helps dairy farmers get only female calves from their cows is already a rage.

BHUBANESWAR: The National Dairy Plan ‘Mission Milk - Next Revolution’ was launched by the State Government through Omfed and the Odisha Livestock Resource Development Society (OLRDS).

Anand: The first phase of National Dairy Plan (NDP), the ambitious scheme to double India’s milk production, was launched at the headquarters of National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) in the country’s milk capital here on Thursday.

Launched as ‘Mission Milk’, NDP proposes to usher in country’s second White Revolution. Since 1998, India has already emerged as world’s largest milk producer.

The National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) is all set to roll out its ambitious, 15-year-long National Dairy Plan, envisaging an outlay of Rs 17,300 crore, with the Agriculture Minister, Mr Sharad

Six new projects involving a total investment of Rs. 3,411 crore will come up at the Industrial Model Township (IMT) in Rohtak, while two projects, including the second plant of Asian Paints and a blending and bottling plant, will be inaugurated by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on April 23.

Stating this here on Wednesday, Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation managing director Rajeev Arora said Mr. Hooda will lay the foundation of the projects of Maruti Suzuki India, Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited, Nippon Carbide, Sabarkantha Cooperative — a unit of Amul Dairy, Lakshmi Precision Screws and Aisin Automotive Haryana Private Limited.

Kozhikode: The World Bank has approved a $ 352-million credit for the National Dairy Support Project.