Dairy Farming by Farmers

Why Farmers´ Children Seek Jobs
Rather they Should Provide Jobs

On account of division in the families the farmers are left with small chunk of land and their children don’t of interest in cultivating small piece of land and are seeking jobs.

Amul spurred India’s White Revolution, which made the country the world’s largest producer of milk and milk products. It is based in Anand (Gujarat) and was formally registered in 1946. Its objective was to provide proper marketing facilities for the milk producers of the district. The Union began pasteurizing milk in June 1948, for the Bombay Milk Scheme – just a handful of farmers in two village co-operative societies producing about 250 liters a day.

     Mr Verghese Kurien

Mr Verghese Kurien, Father of the White Revolution of India – Milkman of India, gave loans to the ladies to buy Cows and supply milk. The loan will be adjusted against supply of milk. Starting from a small venture, today AMUL has a name all over India for producing and supplying Milk and Milk products.


Farmers’ Children can also start Dairy Farming as an industry. Buy few Cows, Buffalos and Goats, sell milk and milk products and use dung to make organic compost.



In the land grow Chari and Berseem crops alternately to feed the herd and grow flowers, on the sides of the land, which have a good market.
The State Governments can set up units for pasteurizing milk and to produce milk products.

Increase in production of milk will help in

  1. Farmers’ Children will not seek jobs rather provide jobs to others.
  2. Reduce adulteration in milk and milk products.
  3. Farmers will become wealthier.
  4. Providing further feather in Nation’s Cap.
  5. Reduction of Job seekers.

Dr. Motilal Gupta
Founder Chairman

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Society
Sai Dham, Sai Dham Marg, Sector 86
Faridabad 121014 (Haryana-India)
M: 9810397034
Email: motilal@saidham.in