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Dairy Tours in India.

Information on Dairy Tours in India: providing on-line reservation /booking in Agriculture Tour locations on discounted tariff / price list/ packages , we will arrange air/rai/road transport for Eco-Tours and optional extension tours to other tourist desitinations in India.

Dairying has become an important secondary source of income for millions of rural families and has assumed a most important role in providing employment and income generating opportunity. Indian dairy is unique in more than one ways. It rank the first with its 185.2 million cattle & 97.9 million buffaloes accounting for 51 percent of Asia’s and about 19 percent of the world’s buffalo population.

Dairy Industry is of crucial importance to India. India is the world highest milk producers, amounting for more than 13% of world’s total milk production. India is also world’s largest consumer of dairy products, consuming almost 100% of its own milk production.

Dairy products are a major source of cheap and nutritious food to millions of people in India and the only acceptable source of animal protein for large vegetarian segment of Indian population, particularly among the landless, small and marginal farmers and women.

In India three fourth of the population live in the rural areas and dairying is considered one of the most important source of income for these people. In 1986 – 87 over 70% of the Indian household own a livestock.      

Statistics of Milk Production in India

YEAR

Production
(Million Tonnes)

Per Capita Avalability
(gms / day)

1999 – 2000

78.3

217

2000 – 01

80.6

220

2001 – 02

84.4

225

2002 – 03

86.2

230

2003 – 04

88.1

231

2004 – 05

92.5

233

2005 – 06

97.1

241

2006 – 07

102.6

251

2007 – 08

107.9

260

2008 – 09

112.2

266

2009 – 10

116.4

273

2010 – 11

121.8

281

2011 – 12

127.3

 

Estimate Milk Production State wise 
(000 Tonnes)

States

2004 – 05

2005 – 06

2006 – 07

2007 – 08

2008 – 09

2009 – 10

2010 – 11

ALL STATES

92484

97066

102580

107934

112183

116425

121848

Uttar Pradesh

16512

17356

18094

18861

19537

20203

21031

Rajasthan

8310

8713

10309

11377

11931

12330

13234

Andhra Pradesh

7257

7624

7938

8925

9570

10429

11203

Punjab

8554

8909

9168

9282

9387

9389

9423

Gujarat

6745

6960

7533

7911

8386

8844

9321

Maharashtra

6567

6769

6978

7210

7455

7679

8044

Contributing about 5.3 per cent to India’s agricultural GDP, milk is a leading agricultural produce.

Indian Dairy Export

The export of milk products from India has increased from Rs.2.49 crores in 1990-91 to Rs.1018.63 crores during 2007-08 despite the fact that there are no special incentives for export except those that are generally available to all exports.

Skimmed Milk Powder, Ghee and Cheese are the major products being exported from India.

The major destinations of exports during 2007-08 were :
Bangladesh , USA , UAE, Egypt , China , Algeria , Morocco , Thailand , Philippines , Nepal , Seria , Singapore , Oman , Yemen and Saudi Arabia .

The European Union, New Zealand , Australia and US are the four major players in the export market, which account for nearly 85% of the world’s total exports. Russia, African countries besides the SAARC countries are emerging markets for Indian dairy products.

Important Dairy Products :
A variety of dairy projects are indigenous to India and an important part of Indian cuisine. The majority of these products can be broadly classified into curdled products or non-curdled products :

YEAR

EXPORT

 

IMPORT

 

 

Qty.
(thousand kgs.)

Value (Rs.
in Lakh)

Qty.
(thousand kgs.)

Value
(Rs. in Lakh)

2003 – 04

13813.72

17023.87

17166.83

13389.01

2004 – 05

55597.06

62353.15

6932.45

5691.24

2005 – 06

86454.40

95855.69

3204.01

3204.01

2006 – 07

54028.26

64172.91

12788.23

11142.89

2007-08

2007-08

101862.74

3684.82

6144.85

2008-09 (Apr to Sept)

49903.49

63659.68

2080.85

3431.78

Curdled dairy products

  • Paneer
  • Chhena
  • Sandesh
  • Rasgulla

Non Curdled dairy products

  • Khoa or Mawa
  • Barfi
  • Kulfi
  • Ghee – it is a type of classified butter that is cooked long enough to caramelize the milk sugar and sterilize the liquid. 

INDIA DAIRY TOURISM

UDAY TOURS & TRAVEL specializes in Dairy, Animal Husbandry & Fisheries Tourism around India. Dairy Animal Husbandry & Fisheries Tours require advance planning. At UTT – Indiaagritours.com we arrange travel for groups and well as individual who like to visit India and explore and learn more about Indian Agriculture Industry. With the team of experience Agri Experts we understand your need and requirements first and then suggest the best travel program for the same. Our experienced bi-lingual guides travel with the clients so they have best knowledgeable experience throughout the tour.

Our Itinerary for Animal Husbandry; Dairying & Fisheries will include : 

  • Visit at Indian Research Institute
  • Visit of Modern farms.
  • Visit small household whose income is from dairy 
  • Institution visits
  • Exchange with Horticulture Department of India.
  • Meeting with Importers & Exporters
  • Meeting different dairy companies having a good share.  
  • Agro Industry
  • Machinery units   

(Other than this the itinerary will also have time for relaxation, sightseeing, shopping etc).

We at Uday Tours & Travel – Indiaagritours.com makes your travel pleasurable !! That’s why our Moto is  “Your Pleasure is our Business”

For Detailed Program on Dairy Tours in India, please email us at uday@del2.vsnl.net.in or call us at +91 47 15 15 15

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