The Nationwide Dairy Improvement Board (NDDB) and the Union Territory Administration of Ladakh on Tuesday inked an settlement to carry out a benchmark study in the newly fashioned UT. The study is aimed at gathering necessary specifics to get ready a roadmap for development and advertising of dairying in the UT.
Under the study, the NDDB proposes to enumerate all the households existing in the determined villages irrespective of their dairy animal holding position. NDDB officials would educate nominated coordinators in the Leh and Kargil districts, who will recognize village investigators for study, monitoring and supervision of field get the job done.
After completion of the field get the job done more than the upcoming two months, the NDDB will get ready a roadmap for dairy development in the UT area. The preliminary results and roadmap will be discussed with the stakeholders, and a strategy would be finalised.
The Survey will get into thought vital facets like climatic problems, suitability of breeds, animal wellness and AI support, feed and fodder availability, impediments in logistics and offer chain, advertising and marketing and so on.
Marketing of milk manufacturing and rural livelihoods is aimed at enhancing revenue of the rural inhabitants.
Dilip Rath, Chairman, NDDB explained that the MoU is to support the efforts of the UT Administration for dairy development in the curiosity of milk producers in specific, and the cooperative movement in normal, in Ladakh.
NDDB has also presented managerial and technical support to advertise producer-owned establishments that stay real to cooperative values.