Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Dr. Was established as a force by Kurien to ensure that dairies in Amul do not join heads with each other and work under a brand. The model of this food cooperative society has been designed in the same way as the milk cooperative society model has been developed. In which only women will be members. Members will be women only. Secondary income will come from this cooperative society. Manure could not be used in good use in the previous biogas. Nddb will now buy biogas plant manure. Out of which the private company will make manure and give it to NDDB.
Rs 2 per litre of dung rubbadi
Rubber dung has been standardized. Like milk. The quality is mediocre. There are two indices of power conductivity and BRICS index manure rubber. Accordingly, one litre of it will be paid. It has been decided to pay 75 paise per litre of poor quality rubber and Rs. 2 per litre for good quality. If there are 4 animals, 100 liters of rubber is released.
Rubbery Integration Network
There will be a rubbery-dung collection tank. A few days a week, the people who collect the Rubber will go to the rural woman’s plant. Will take rubber from there. The collection centre has to fill the milk. Rubber which will be taken to that gas plant. Whose route will be fixed. The rubber is filled and transported to the processing center. Where the amount will be recorded in passbook with price. Monthly payment will be made to the congregation. This rubbery process is similar to the milk company and the dairy process.
Amul to be sold on cooperative basis
The company will make the product and give it back to Amul. Amul would again sell it to farmers on a cooperative basis. Which will not be sold commercially in the open market. The Federation is entering into an agreement with Amul. A large scale decision will be taken with 18 unions under the Federation. These agricultural products will be sold at its livestock outlet. The company has 4 years experience in Pune, Maharashtra. NDDB has experimented with technology products. Micrompus has been patented. The biofertilizer patent will be processed by the company.
The cooperative model will work for a rubber-made product in which 5 tonnes of processing plants can be set up if there are 100 plants in a cluster where this product will be made. Whatever is used in the village, the goods will be given to its members at a cheaper price. Surplus goods are transported to the market at a premium price for the cluster. Self-reliant village.
Demand from farmers
Seeing that the farmers had tested in two villages in a single season, the farmers are now demanding that they be given this product. What will happen with this protocol will be the same all over India. Like Amul milk. It will be sold on a cooperative basis but not in the competition market. This item will be sold where there is a parlor to sell cattle feed.
Farmers will be able to make organic manure and growers themselves. Will be able to use in your farm with the assurance of purity.
Now, what exactly does Amul and NDDB need to do?
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