15-Year State Milk Plan: West Bengal (2007-08 to 2021-22)
Background: Demography and Dairying Profile 6.85 Milk Marketing (LLPD): 2004-05 38 Inhabited Villages (in '000 No.): 2001 ...
Present Dairy Scenario: 2004-05 <ul><li>Avg. milk prod. density: 117 Kg/ sq. km. </li></ul><ul><li>Avg. milk prod./ villag...
Potential for dairying 273 117 100 10311 17 TOTAL 49 19 1 121 1 Very Low 111 70 21 2,152 5 Low 274 66 15 1,535 4 Medium 47...
 
Existing dairy cooperative structure <ul><li>The State Government controls dairy cooperatives through the State Cooperativ...
Existing dairy cooperative structure <ul><li>The electoral processes in dairy cooperatives are subject to political influe...
Projections for cooperative dairying: 2021-22 27 2563 9594 15689 17 TOTAL 15 17 113 184 1 Very Low 15 300 2002 3,275 5 L...
Milk Marketing: Projections <ul><li>Present liquid milk marketing (2004-05): 6.85 LLPD. </li></ul><ul><li>Projected liqu...
Looking Ahead 11.3 10767 1746 Village Coverage (No)   27 5 Milk Procurement (% of Marketable Surplus) 12.7 25.63 3.35 Mil...
Projections: 2004-05 to 2021-22 <ul><li>Projected CAGR (%): </li></ul><ul><li>2021-22 over 2004-05 </li></ul><ul><li>Milk...
Dairy infrastructure required 1706 781 241 1 Numbers Bulk Coolers 4 40 10 10 10 Tons/ day Drying 3 31.5 21.5 16.5 12.5 La...
Productivity enhancement interventions required 50 50 0 0 Tons/ day Fodder densification 60 24 12 0 Tons/ day Mineral mix...
Plan Outlay (2007-08 to 2021-22) 548.01 250.50 143.07 154.44 Total (excluding disease control) 61.77 20.58 13.62 27.57 Pr...
Estimated investment <ul><li>A total estimated investment of Rs. 548.01 crores (at current prices), excluding disease ...
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Milk Plan - West Bengal

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  • 1. 15-Year State Milk Plan: West Bengal (2007-08 to 2021-22)
  • 2. Background: Demography and Dairying Profile 6.85 Milk Marketing (LLPD): 2004-05 38 Inhabited Villages (in '000 No.): 2001 Census 1746 Villages covered by coops: 2004-05 1.4 Producer household members (No in lakh): 2004-05 5 Milk procurement (% of marketable surplus) 335 Milk Procurement (TKGPD): 2004-05 6343 Marketable Surplus (TKGPD): 2004-05 10372.16 Milk Prod (TKGPD): 2004-05 12 XB (%) 8.02 Milch animal popu. (in million): ISS, 2004-05 19 Districts (No.): 2001 Census 3 Divisions (No.): 2001 Census
  • 3. Present Dairy Scenario: 2004-05 <ul><li>Avg. milk prod. density: 117 Kg/ sq. km. </li></ul><ul><li>Avg. milk prod./ village : 273 Kg/Day </li></ul><ul><li>The districts have been grouped into five categories on the basis of the above two indicators. </li></ul>
  • 4. Potential for dairying 273 117 100 10311 17 TOTAL 49 19 1 121 1 Very Low 111 70 21 2,152 5 Low 274 66 15 1,535 4 Medium 471 167 20 2,057 2 High 732 282 43 4,446 5 Very High Milk prod/vill (Kgs/d) Milk prod/ sq. km. (Kgs/d) % Milk prod ('000 KGPD) No. of dist (2001 Census) District Category
  • 6. Existing dairy cooperative structure <ul><li>The State Government controls dairy cooperatives through the State Cooperative Act and its Animal Resources Development Department (ARDD). </li></ul><ul><li>The Minister, ARDD, GoWB virtually exercises total control over the functioning of the Milk Federation and the Metro Dairies by virtue of being the Chairman of all these organisations. </li></ul><ul><li>The WB Cooperative Societies Act, 1983 (Section 28) provides a provision for deputation of a Government Officer to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the WB Milk Federation (WBCMF), which is the state level apex dairy cooperative institution. </li></ul>
  • 7. Existing dairy cooperative structure <ul><li>The electoral processes in dairy cooperatives are subject to political influences. </li></ul><ul><li>Currently, there are elected boards in 6 of the 7 OF milk unions with the respective District Magistrates holding the position of Chairmanship of all the Milk Unions. </li></ul><ul><li>WBCMF, which was established in 1983, had its board as nominated since its inception with Minister, ARDD, GoWB being its Chairman. </li></ul><ul><li>The Government of WB holds more than four-fifth (82.5%) equity in WBCMF. The State Government has no share in the equities of the milk unions, except Himul (where 47% of the total equity is contributed by the GoWB). </li></ul>
  • 8. Projections for cooperative dairying: 2021-22 27 2563 9594 15689 17 TOTAL 15 17 113 184 1 Very Low 15 300 2002 3,275 5 Low 25 357 1428 2,336 4 Medium 35 675 1914 3,130 2 High 29 1213 4137 6,765 5 Very High % surplus procured Milk Proc ('000 KGPD) Marketable Surplus (‘000 KGPD) Milk prod ('000 KGPD) No. of districts (2001 Census) Category
  • 9. Milk Marketing: Projections <ul><li>Present liquid milk marketing (2004-05): 6.85 LLPD. </li></ul><ul><li>Projected liquid milk marketing (2021-22): 18.63 LLPD—CAGR of 6% (including 3 LLPD in Class I, II and III towns). </li></ul><ul><li>Some 4 LLPD of milk is expected to be used for making value-added milk products and another 3 lakh litres per day of milk are to be converted into conserved commodities. </li></ul>
  • 10. Looking Ahead 11.3 10767 1746 Village Coverage (No)   27 5 Milk Procurement (% of Marketable Surplus) 12.7 25.63 3.35 Milk Procurement (LKGPD) 2.5 157.8 103.7 Milk Production (LKGPD) CAGR (%) 2021-22 2004-05
  • 11. Projections: 2004-05 to 2021-22 <ul><li>Projected CAGR (%): </li></ul><ul><li>2021-22 over 2004-05 </li></ul><ul><li>Milk prod.: 2.5% </li></ul><ul><li>Milk proc.:12.7% </li></ul><ul><li>Vill. coverage:11.3% </li></ul>
  • 12. Dairy infrastructure required 1706 781 241 1 Numbers Bulk Coolers 4 40 10 10 10 Tons/ day Drying 3 31.5 21.5 16.5 12.5 Lakh litres/ day Processing 2 8 6 5 4 Numbers Dairy Plants 1 21-22 16-17 11-12 Cumulative Existing (04-05) Units Particulars No
  • 13. Productivity enhancement interventions required 50 50 0 0 Tons/ day Fodder densification 60 24 12 0 Tons/ day Mineral mixture 872 572 572 272 Tons/ day Cattle feed 7212 7083 6982 5574 Numbers AI centres 21-22 16-17 11-12 Cumulative Existing (04-05) Units Particulars
  • 14. Plan Outlay (2007-08 to 2021-22) 548.01 250.50 143.07 154.44 Total (excluding disease control) 61.77 20.58 13.62 27.57 Productivity enhancement D 279.09 146.28 65.92 66.88 Processing and marketing infrastructure C 156.47 78.36 46.66 31.44 Village Infrastructure B 50.70 5.28 16.87 28.55 Institution development & HRD A Total 2017-22 2012-17 2007-12 Plan period (Rs. in crores) Particulars No
  • 15. Estimated investment <ul><li>A total estimated investment of Rs. 548.01 crores (at current prices), excluding disease control, would be required to create the infrastructure by 2021-22. </li></ul>

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