Barbari goat farming 100+5 (100 does and 5 bucks)
Stall fed goat farm project report
Barbari goat farming business plan
Stall fed livestock farming is gaining popularity in India due to shrinkage and fragmentation of grazing land . change in eating habit of people is another cause for this increasing demand.. Due to increase in per capita income demand of meat and milk is increasing rapidly . Stall fed livestock farming is an intensive method of livestock farming in which animal remain confined in shed and are not permitted to go outside for grazing. In this system a paddock is generally provided in front of the animal shed where animals are let loose for exercise. Stall fed goat farming is a profitable business and it has several advantages.
Merits of Stall fed goat farming
1-Research proves that overall weight gain is significantly higher in stall fed group in compared to grazing group animals.
2-Occurrence of disease is less in stall fed goat as there is less chance of disease transmission from outside animals.
3-Disease detection is easy under stall fed goat farming as goats remain always under direct supervision of the farmer
4-Record keeping is easy in this system of farming
5-Breeding of does with preferred buck is easy and inbreeding can be easily prevented.
Breed- This project report is prepared on Barbari breed. This breed is a dual purpose breed used for both milk and meat production.
1-Quality disease free young Barbari goats between 12-18 months will be purchased
2- one hector of irrigated land will be utilized for intensive fodder cultivation.
3-Dry fodder will be purchased from local market
3-Manure will be utilized for fodder cultivation
4-In case of death of animals new animal will be inducted from insurance money
5- culled animal will be replaced with new young animals .New animals will be purchased from sell proceeds of culled animals.
6- It is assumed that litter size in first kidding is mostly single. From second year onwards average litter size 1.65
7- Kid born on 1st year will be sold in second year.
8-Entrepreneur /farmer will rear animals with proper care and attention and he/she will undergo training on goat farming before starting goat.
9- Before stating goat farm He /she will undertake market study to find out demand of goat meat and milk in local market
10- Veterinary facility must be available in nearby locality.
Avail Bank loan and subsidy– Subsidy limit under MKUY is 40% of the fixed capital (excluding the cost of the land) subject to a limit of 50.00 lakh for general male category. Subsidy is 50% of the fixed capital limited to 50.00 lakh for SC/ST/Women/Graduates of Agriculture and Allied Disciplines for this type project. Farmer/entrepreneur can apply through GO Sugam Portal. Net annual profit from the project should be more than 2 Lakh for individual & more than one lakh for SHG groups.
|Breed of Goat
|System of rearing
|No. of breeding Bucks
|No. of Does
|Age of Does at the time of purchase
|Age of bucks at the time of purchase
|Milk yield per day/doe
|Age at first kidding
|Kidding/ interval (Months)
|No of kidding per year
|Average litter size (average of single, twinning, Triplet, quadruplet)
|Weaning period in months
|No of kid born in first year
|No of kids born from second year onwards
|No of kid available for sale in first year
|No of kid for sale from second year onwards
|Saleable age of kids (months)
|Covered Space requirement sqft .per for Buck
|Covered Space requirement sqft. per for doe
|Average Space requirement sq ft. per /kid
|Cost of construction coved space (Rs. persft) Doe, Bucks ,Kids
|Cost of equipment (Rs./adult animal)
|Cost of green fodder cultivation (Rs./acre)
|Daily average requirement (KG) of green fodder/adult
|Daily average requirement (KG) of green fodder/kid
|Average dry fodder requirement /year for all in quintal
|Cost of dry fodder/kg
|Concentrate feed : Adult does/month
|6.75 kg per month
|Concentrate feed for Bucks /month
|7.5 kg per month
|Concentrate feed for Kids /month
|Cost of conc. feed (Rs./kg)
|Labour wages (Rs.per month)
|Insurance (as percentage of the cost of breeding stock)
|Veterinary aid (Rs./adult/year)
|Income norms :
|Sale price of Buckling
|Sale price of Doeling
|Sale price of goat milk/liter in Rs.
|Income from manure is not assumed as it is used on the own farm for fodder cultivation.
|Sale of Gunny bags (Rs./bag)
|Repayment period (years)
|Grace Period (years)