Services




PROCUREMENT AND INPUT

  • Union identifies and form primary milk co-operative societies at village level where ever there is milk potential is high.
  • In Pudukkottai union milk procured from all primary milk co-operative societies through 20 milk collection routes.
  • The milk cost is sent to the societies every 10 days through bank account by NEFT/RTGS transfer the rate of the milk is fixed by the state government eventually.
  • Primary milk co-operative societies will avail the supply of cattle feed, Mineral mixture, and Fodder seeds with Subsidy.
  • Union Provide doorstep veterinary services, Artificial insemination, Insurance health cover and organize health camp to the milch animals of the pouring members.
  • We procure milk from the members of registered societies at fair and reasonable price fixed by the government.


Details of Primary Milk Co-operative Societies

1.
Total Registered Societies
387
2.
Functional Societies
282
3.
Dormant Societies
105

Milk Procured from Primary Societies (LPD)

2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
10804
12909
12787
12519
14050
19836
16368
29473
42759
42814

DAIRY

  • Pudukkottai union is having a dairy plant with the capacity of 35000 LPD.
  • The Procured milk is processed, Pasteurized, Standardised and then packed in sachets under hygienic conditions.


Dairy Performance

Year
Litre Per Day (LPD)
Installed Capacity
Average Handling
2014-15
35000
29283
2015-16
35000
42729
2016-17
35000
42838

MARKETING

  • In Pudukkottai union the Procurement is around 45000 LPD. Out of this around 13500 LPD is for union local sales, surplus milk is sent to TCMPF, Chennai for metro sales.
  • Milk Parlours, Hi tech parlours are run by the union and aavin dealers, sales of milk and milk products through union parlours, wholesale dealers and retail outlets.


Marketing Details

1.
Hi-tech Parlour
1
2.
No. of parlour
23
3.
No. Of Wholesale Dealers
2
4.
No. of Retailers
117
5.
No. Of Society Parlour’s
6
6.
Milk Distribution Route
5

Milk Local Sales by the Union (LPD)

2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
6106
6600
7039
7039
5587
6841
8321
10915
10785
11612

General

  • Pudukkottai union playing a vital role in improving the Socio-economic status of the rural people.
  • Women empowerment through Self help groups.
  • Various Schemes like Intensive Dairy Development Programme (IDDP), NADP (National Agriculture Development Programme NABARD are implemented by the union with the     assistance of Government funding agencies.


S. No
Schemes
Project Cost (Rs. in Lakhs)
Name of Project
1.
IDDP 2011-15
299.660
Renovation of Dairy and Dairy Equipments
2.
NADP 2013-14
110.25
Dairy infrastructure development
3.
NADP 2014-15
106.00
Dairy infrastructure development
4.
NABARD 2015-16
41.05
Dairy and Lab Equipments
5.
NADP 2015-16
1.98
Thermal Coding Printer
6.
NADP ( 2010-11 to 2015-16 )
98.64
Door step veterinary services
7.
NADP 2016-17
24.84
Door step veterinary services


FAQ

The dairy co op movement began at ANAND in Gujarat (India) and the model has been replicate in 101,000 villages in about 200 districts of India. The village dairy co op is a society of milk producers formed under the guidance of a district level co operative owning the processing plant .A milk producer becomes a member by buying a share of the co operative society dairy co operative members elect a managing committee and a chairperson responsible to oversee day to day operations of the society. Each society has a milk collection center where farmers bring milk each morning and evening. The no. of such village milk producers’ co operative societies is now over one million; the co operative shares its profit amongst its members.
A person residing in the village that subscribes to the shares of a dairy co-op and owns a milch animal.
A district milk union is an affiliate of all the village dairy co operatives in that particular district.
It is central coordinating agency in the village where all the farmers have easy access and can deposit the milk produced.
Irrespective of gender :

  • At least 18 years old
  • Own a cow or buffalo
  • Pay a registration fees worth Rs.1/-and buy a share worth Rs.10/-
  • Belongs to the same area specified by the society in the concerned village.
Artificial insemination (AI) and Door step veterinary services, generally the milk union supplies liquid nitrogen, semen doses, veterinary medicine, cattle feed, fodder seed to the societies.
Calcium helps to keep your bones and teeth strong and hard and prevents bone disease (Osteoporosis). Calcium also helps your heart and muscles to work well and may help to prevent high blood pressure.

Vitamin A helps keep your eyes and skin healthy, and your bones to grow.

Vitamin D is added to milk. Vitamin D helps your body use the calcium it needs to build strong bones and keep them hard.

NOTE : Our bodies can make vitamin D when exposed to sunlight. Minnesota is so far north of the equator that it does not get direct sunlight year round. So we need to get our vitamins from food (or supplements). Milk is one of the easiest ways to do so.

Protein is needed for growth, development and repair of your muscles and other body tissues. It also helps fight infection and disease.
The only difference is the amount of fat and calories.

NOTE : The more fat milk has the more calories it also has.

Most of the fat in milk is in the cream. Skim milk has all of the cream removed while increasing amounts are left in 1%, 2% and whole milk.

Skim and 1% milk have the same amount of protein, calcium and vitamins A & D as whole milk.