In spite of staying a huge producer of milk and poultry goods, the Indian animal husbandry sector faces problems these as small productivity and substantial prices, whilst bearing the frequent effect of disorders.

Thanks to large cattle populace, India is right now No 1 milk producer at about 188 million tonnes recorded for 2018-19. But over fifty per cent of this milk will come from the unorganised sector, which has substantial prevalence of malnutrition in the animal less improvement in breeds. This means, India is continue to not capable to faucet comprehensive probable of its obtainable cattle assets.

Dairy output

As per the Union Government’s Nationwide Motion Approach for Dairy, India’s milk output is targeted to touch three hundred million tonnes by 2023-24, for which the milk output demands to grow at a wholesome 8.five per cent each year from the present progress of close to six.five per cent.

Also, India’s bovine populace is observed expanding at a slow rate of 1 per cent.

There is a greater have to have for growth of substantial-yielding breeds.

However, thanks to extremely unorganised nature of the livestock sector, the governing administration-led nutrition programmes, breeding and generate improvement initiatives have a minimal outcome.

BusinessLine and Godrej Agrovet are jointly hosting a webinar ‘What ails India’s Animal Husbandry Sector?’ on August 30 at 4 pm.

The seminar would dwell on what demands to be accomplished to strengthen the output and productivity of the sector, whilst working with the problems faced by its stakeholders.

The specialists who will share their thoughts on the subject are RS Sodhi, MD, GCMMF (Amul) Nadir Godrej, Chairman, Godrej Agrovet B Soundararajan, MD, Suguna Keeping Pvt Ltd Ashish Modani, VP & Co-Head Company Ratings, ICRA, and Sandeep Kumar Singh, CEO, Animal Feed Business enterprise & Godrej Maxximilk.

If you have not registered for this webinar by now, do so at https://bit.ly/GDJBLA2