75 years ago, the Milk Cooperative Society in Ajarpur village in Anand became the first in India. The seeds of the White Revolution were sown. The National Dairy Development Board-NDDB has prepared a project for the management of cow dung across the country. For this, Gobar Gas Plant has been set up in Model Village Anand.
Jhankhiyapura, the first village of Gobar Revolution
First village of Gobar Kranti – Jhankhiyapura village of Borsad taluka has formed a cow dung food society by NDDB. Such circles will be formed all over the country. NDDB has started a pilot project in Mujakuwa village in Anand, in which 38 rural women joined the village cooperative. A biogas plant of 2 cubic meters capacity has been provided to 368 families with milch animals in the village. They are getting free fuel for cooking at home from the biogas plant. Per liter in manure solution Rs. 1.50 to Rs. Just like rubber gets the same price. Like milk, its quality is measured.
368 biogas plant in Jhankhiyapura village
On average, 60 liters of fertilizer is sold to two to three animals by 30-35 kg of manure by a shepherd. Daily income is 90 to 100 rupees. In Jakiapura village, 368 families produce gas fuel and 22 metric tons of rubber per day from the biogas plant. Out of which the rustic sells the increased manure solution after meeting its requirement. The villager sells an average of 10 metric tons of manure slurry daily. Paid to pastor’s personal bank account. The milk is managed by a cooperative society.
How many people will benefit from it?
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