REHABILITATION PLAN - CENTRAL SECTOR PLAN SCHEME - “ASSISTANCE TO CO- OPERATIVES” – REHABILITATION OF UNIONS.

During 9th five year plan, Government of India formulated a scheme called “Assistance to Co-operatives” to rehabilitate the loss making District Co-operative Milk Producers’ Unions.

The plan envisages 50 percent grant from Government of India and 50 percent grant from State Government to wipe off cash loss in District Co-operatives Milk Producers’ Unions and make them viable with suitable Rehabilitation Plan.

Government of India accorded administrative approval for the implementation of rehabilitation plan at Dharmapuri District Co-operatives Milk Producers’ Union at a total cost of Rs. 970.99 lakhs from 2005-2006. Govt. of India share of Rs.175 Lakh and the State Govt. share of Rs.350 Lakh have been sanctioned and disbursed to the union.

State Government has also recommended and forwarded the rehabilitation project proposal of Dindigul District Co-operatives Milk Producers’ Union for Rs.180 lakhs to Government of India and approval is awaited.

INTEGRATED DAIRY FARM FOR RURAL WOMEN (IDF)

To increase milk production in Tamilnadu as well as to increase income of the Milk Producers a New scheme called Peraringnar Anna Centenary Dairy Scheme for Rural Women (PACDSRW) is being implemented. Under this scheme 10,000 cross bred milch animals have to be provided to women self help groups in 200 villages at a cost of Rs 22.00 crores for a period of 2 years through TCMPF Ltd. During 2008-09 for implementation of the scheme in 100 units of integrated dairy farm milk producers' cooperative societies in 6 Revenue districts namely Coimbatore, Thanjavur, Thiruvarur, Nagapattinam, Theni and Madurai coming under the administrative control of Coimbatore, Thanjavur and Madurai District Union areas were identified at an outlay of Rs 11.00 crores. Supply of Cross bred Jercy cows and Murrah/graded Murrah Buffaloes have commenced. 

                                                   TABLE I

                                   SIGNIFICANT INFORMATION

Sno

Items

Achievement as on 01/08/2012

1.

Total number of functional Milk Producers’ Co-operative Societies

9231

2.

New MPCS organized

1460

3.

Total number of Members in Milk Co-operative Societies.

22.26 Lakh

4.

Total No. of pouring members

4.19 lakh

5.

Milk Production by societies

29.00 LLPD

6.

No. of District Unions

17

7.

State Level Federation

1

8.

Milk Procurement by Unions 

25.00 LLPD

9.

Milk Marketing in Chennai City 

10.57 LLPD

10.

Milk Marketing in District Unions. 

9.78 LLPD

11.

Number of Union Dairies

16

12.

No. of Federation dairies

4

13.

Handling Capacity Union Dairies

20.72 LLPD

14.

Handling Capacity Federation Dairies

10.00 LLPD

15.

Number of Chilling Centres (Functional)

35

16.

Handling Capacity of Chilling Centres

14.75 LLPD

17.

No. of BMC units functioning

184

18.

Handling capacity of BMC

7.33 LLPD

19.

No. of rural milk collection routes

528

20.

No. of milk distribution routes at District level

230

21.

No. of milk distribution routes at Chennai Metro (Sachet, Bulk Vending and By products)

107

22.

No. of Powder Plants

4

23.

Capacity for drying milk

70 MTs

MAJOR OBJECTIVES OF THE 11TH FIVE YEAR PLAN FOR ENHANCING THE CONTRIBUTION BY THE DAIRY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

OBJECTIVES AND STRATEGIES  : IMPROVEMENT IN MILK PRODUCTION:

To increase milk procurement from 46 LLPD to 62 LLPD through organized sector and from 30 LLPD to 42 LLPD through Co-operative sector.

STRATEGIES

Potential MPCS will be identified, strengthened and milk procurement will be increased.
The milk collection / bulk milk routes will be re organized and the milk collection area will be increased.
The identity of the MPCS will be established and dormancy will be brought down.
New MPCS minimum @ 250 per annum will be organized.
60 new Bulk Milk coolers will be installed in uncovered areas.
New Buildings will be constructed in the above BMC centres.
Society infrastructure to handle milk hygienically will be supplied to the MPCS.
Pourer members and milk production per member will be increased.

ENHANCEMENT OF MILK PRODUCTIVITY:

To improve the animal milk productivity and increase the milk production in MPCS

STRATEGIES

Small cattle feed mix unit will be established at strategic places and the availability of cattle feed at a reasonable price will be ensured.
The societies will be allowed to develop Fodder cultivation for their requirement.
To purchase high breed animals from Government cattle farms, Scheme will be formulated.
Calf rearing scheme will be introduced.

IMPROVING BREEDING AND AI COVERAGE

The high yield animal strength will be increased.
The AI will done effectively with close monitoring system.
Brucellosis disease will be completely eradicated for next generation female calf.

CHILLING CENTRE / DAIRIES INFRASTRUCTURE

To handle the additional milk procured through Co-operatives with quality standards.

STRATEGIES

The existing chilling facilities will be increased from 13.23 LLPD to 15.83 LLPD.
The chilling centres in the State will be modernized @ Rs. 10 lakh per CC to have a clean environment and to handle milk hygienically.
The chilling centres in the State will be modernized @ Rs. 10 lakh per CC to have a clean environment and to handle milk hygienically.
Machine audit will be done to match the capacities and the quality of the product handled will be improved
The Metro dairies handling will be increased from 10 LLPD to 15 LLPD.
Energy audit will be conducted and energy efficient management system will be introduced.
On forward integration, to introduce premium quality milk products, a new milk product dairy, a new APS product line, and a new powder plant will be established

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND SAFE MILK CONCEPT

To achieve food safety in milk and milk products advanced testing facilities will be created at District level and state level.

STRATEGIES

The contaminants like pesticide residues, heavy metals, aflatoxin, antibiotic residues and pollutants like microbial population shall be analyzed and controlled.

CREATION OF DATABASE & MIS

A customized ERP software for all the units of Aavin through online environment will be created.
An integrated MIS data processing and information retrieval software will be created.

MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE

To improve and ensure the availability of Aavin milk round the clock at reasonable price to consumers.

STRATEGIES

Distribution net work will be strengthened.
Consumer friendly marketing approach will be established.
Zones and retail outlets will be strengthened.
Sales promotion activities will b taken up.
Retail Marketing of milk products will be strengthened. 

STAFF WELFARE

The administrative and the district level offices will be strengthened 

STRATEGIES

The Office and the quarters at the Madhavaram milk colony will be strengthened.
The year wise milk procurement, disposal plan from 2007-2008 to 2011- 2012 is furnished below:

ANTICIPATED MILK PROCUREMENT AND DISPOSAL PLAN DURING XI PLAN PERIOD

in LLPD

S no

Description

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

1

Milk procurement –Organized sector

46.00

50.00

54.00

58.00

62.00

2

Milk procurement –Private

16.00

17.00

18.00

19.00

20.00

3

Milk procurement –Co-operative

30.00

33.00

36.00

39.00

42.00

4

Milk sale – Co-operative

5.00

5.50

6.00

6.50

7.00

5

Milk Procurement – Unions

25.00

27.50

30.00

32.50

35.00

6

Metro Milk Sales

10.25

11.00

11.75

12.50

13.50

7

Milk despatches to Chennai (less 5%)

 9.74

10.40

11.16

11.87

12.83

A

MM supply @ 75%

 7.31

7.84

8.37

8.90

9.62

B

SSM supply @ 25%
50% union & 50% reconstitution

2.43

2.61

2.79

2.97

3.20

8

Union local Sales

9.25

10.00

10.75

11.50

12.50

9

Inter Union transfer

0.20

0.25

0.30

0.35

0.40

10

Milk despatches to New Delhi
and Other States.

0.70

0.85

1.20

1.50

1.80

11

Milk for conversion

6.33

7.25

7.99

8.77

9.08


EXPORT OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

As the TCMPF Ltd., is frequently receiving enquiries for export of milk products, it is contemplated to export details for the 5 years from 2007-2008 to 2011-2012 are as below.

Sno

Product

2007-08

2008-09

209-10

2010-11

2011-12

1

UHT milk

1 lakh litre per annum

1.50 LLPA

2.00 LLPA

2.50 LLPA

3.00 LLPA

2

Ghee

3.0 MT

4.0 MT

5.0 MT

6.0 MT

7.0 MT

3

SMP

10 MT

20 MT

30 MT

40 MT

50 MT

PROGRAMMES

Organization of MPCS: Projected out lay: Rs.14849.00 Lakh.

It is proposed to organise 1250 MPCS during XI plan period thereby increasing the number of MPCS from 7800 to 9050 by covering untapped revenue villages. It is estimated that 25 new private dairies may come up at the end of the plan period.

Organization of MPCS– Physical

Sno

Item

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Total

A

MPCS (In nos.)

250

250

250

250

250

1250

B.

Private dairies (In nos.)

5

5

5

5

5

25

C

Procurement by new MPCS (In LLPD)

0.55

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

2.55

D.

Existing MPCS - Increase in procurement (In LLPD)

3.10

2.50

2.50

2.50

2.50

13.10

SUB TOTAL

3.65

3.00

3.00

3.00

3.00

15.65

E.

Procurement by private dairies (In LLPD)

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

2.50


Society infrastructure

To facilitate hygienic milk procurement, it is proposed,

To provide buildings to 300 MPCS at an estimated cost of Rs.1200 Lakh.
To provide SS milk cans, stainless steel milk collection kit, milk testing equipments, milking machines, water softening unit, feed mixing units, computers etc., to 250 MPCS procuring milk more than 1000 litre at a cost of Rs. 1250 Lakh.
To install 300 Bulk milk coolers at a total cost of 5625.00 Lakh.

Society Infrastructure – Physical

Sno

Item

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Total

1

Stainless Steel Cans

5000

5000

5000

5000

5000

25000

2

Bulk Milk Coolers

60

60

60

60

60

300

3

Stainless Steel Kit

200

200

200

200

200

1000

4

Stainless Steel pail

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

20000

5

Hygiene Kit

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

20000

6

Electronic Milk o Tester for DCS

200

200

200

200

200

1000

7

Automatic Milking Machine

4

4

4

4

4

20

8

Small scale feed mixing unit

50

50

50

50

50

250

9

Auto. milk collection. Station

30

30

30

30

30

150

10

Building

60

60

60

60

60

300


 

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