Aims and Objectives
To start a business, which gives Social upliftment to masses, and which has plenty profit to give the project, a chain reaction, so that it can be multiplied 1000 times.
The hidden idea is that, if we can become instrumental in helping people physically, they will be in a better position to appreciate the finer things of life, that is Krishna Consciousness.
And this whole project is guided by the basic principal, that , if we can be Krishna’s tool, in helping the “brijwasees” and the Cows, Krishna would be much pleased.
Name of the business
Dairy development and Milk Powder Plant.
Why Dairy ?
Milk is a complex biological fluid consisting of fats, proteins, minerals, vitamins, enzymes, lactose and water. Not only is milk a highly nutritious food, it is also a functional ingredient. However, sometimes it is difficult to transport, store or even formulate with milk in its fluid form. Therefore, processors employ technologies to remove the majority of water from fluid milk, which results in milk powder. The most common milk powders are Skim Milk Powder, Whole Milk Powder and Buttermilk Powder.
Why milk powder ?
Milk powders contribute nutritionally, functionally and economically to a variety of food formulations including bakery, confectionery, dairy, recombined milk, meat, nutritional beverages, and prepared foods.
Milk powders are milk products with an extended shelf life. By removing the majority of moisture from milk, fluid milk is transposed into a shelf-stable dry powder with a shelf life of up to 18 months, as compared to fluid milk's 18-day shelf life.
What is chain reaction ?
This term is taken from the atomic fission. Here it means that the profits are enough to start another two or more projects of the same type. And those two will give to another four. That too in a short time.
What are the profit centres of the project ?
There are two profit centres. First from the milk powder plant. Second from the dairy industry ( taking care of the cows in the farm).
Any precedence of this business ?
Already similar projects are a great success in Gujrat and many other parts of India. For example AMUL.
Any competition ?
Actually this product is for international market and domestic too. And at both places there is acute shortage. And since the production cost in other countries is more, we always have a competitive advantage.
Actual financial implications :
This project will be called as KAMDHENU project. Means “Riches through COWS”
This has three distinct styles.
A. Gopi :
10 separate milk farms of 1000 cows in each. The typical cash flow for one farm would be as follows, with the local variations.
Fixed long term cost for one dairy :
Cost of 1000 cows
Cost of land
At many places we get a lot of land at very cheap price, from local authorities, for dairy purpose.
Cost of shed
Cost of transport
Total long term cost excluding land & cows
Land and cow cost is taken out as both do not have a depreciation factor.
Regular costs :
Cattle feed for one month
Man power cost ,
TOTAL regular cost / m
15 lakh / month
180 lakh /year
Profit loss statement ;
Milk earning @15 per liter X 10,000 liter
1.5 lakh / day =
45 Lakh per month
540 lakh /yr
180 lakh / yr
Gross profit per dairy
Gross Profit for 10 dairies
B. GOPAL project :
Surrounding every Gopi Project, there would be a gopal project, where, the local villagers would be given one to as many cows, as they can keep, on loan basis. Which would be recovered from their earnings of milk.
So for example a house hold which keeps 10 cows, then they would be having profits like this
Earnings from 10 cows daily =
100 liters x 15 =
1500 daily =
Expenses on cow, feed etc. =
Return of loan amount
Gross earnings for one household
C. Balram Project (milk powder plant) of capacity one lac litre per day.
This will produce only ghee and milk powder, for the wholesale market, and export, which is readily sellable , always.
Cost of Plant =
Cost of land (5 hectare) =
(of course this will appreciate double and ten times, as soon as such type of activity starts.)
GROSS profit per day
@ rs 5 per liter =
5 lak per day = 1.5 crore per month = 18 crore per year.
Other benefits :
1. Every village household will earn good, so there living standard would be high.
2. Indian children and people get nutritious food.
3. enough bulls for farming and transport.
4. we have not taken into account the energy farming by gobar gas plants. Each cow produces the gas equivalent to 225 liter of petrol in one year. Based on that calculation, if we can make just one such project per district, we will not require any petrol import.
5. the outcome of the gobar gas plant is the best fertilizer in the world. We have not taken here into the account the earnings from that. And this would end all the fertilizer import which is second biggest import after petrol by now.
6. It is shame for us that a small country of 40 lakh population (new Zealand) produces 3 times the milk powder then 110 crore people of India, in the country of Krishna , just because we have left this project in the hands of government.
7. with even these facts, India is today the largest producer of the Milk in world, and fourth largest exporter of the milk powder.. we just have to make it first, which is so easily possible, because of all the favorable conditions in Indian climate and people.
8. for any further queries or suggestions, feel free to call firstname.lastname@example.org. Or 22162671 or 9810890743.