Scheme 1: National livestock Mission – EDEG Component
- Breeding farms and birds of alternate spices like turkey , ducks , Japanese quails guinea fowl geese At 25% level subsidy ceiling Rs . 7.50 lakh varies depending on the species and unit size
- Central growing unit – upto 16000 layers chicks per batch At 25% level subsidy ceiling Rs . 10 lakh for a unit of 16000 layer chicks per batch minimum 3 unit size – 16000 layer chicks per batch
- Hybrid layer units – upto 20000 layer At 25% level subsidy – subsidy ceiling Rs 2 lakh for 2000 layer unit – varies with size . minimum unit size – 2000 layer
- Hybrid broiler unit – upto 20000 birds can be weekly , fortnightly monthly all in all out batchesAt 25% level of subsidy – subsidy ceiling Rs . 0.56 lakh varies with size. Minimum unit size -1000 broilers
Scheme 2 : Revised guideline on implementation of national artificial insemination programme phase II
Nationwide Artificial Insemination Programme (NAIP) was implemented in 605 districts having less than 50% A.I coverage, covering 300 villages of each chosen district. Under this programme, more than 50 Lakh bovines had been inseminated with semen of high genetic merit bulls. Over 25 Lakh farmers got benefitted through this programme
Scheme 3 : Dairy Processing and lnfrastructure Development Fund (DIDF)
Objectives of the DIDF
To modernize the milk processing plants and machinery and to create additional infrastructure for processing more milk. ii. To create additional milk processing capacity for increased value addition by producing more dairy products. iii. To bring efficiency in dairy processing plants/producer owned and controlled dairy institutions, thereby enabling optimum value of milk to milk producer farmers and supply of quality milk to consumers.
Cost of Fund
The cost of fund to NABARD shall be the actual cost of bonowing by NABARD inclusive of interest, taxes, fees, charges, etc., plus fund management cost of 0.60% per annum The interest rate on borrowings from market by NABARD shall vary from time to time depending upon rates prevailing at the time of raising funds.
NABARD shall extend loan to NDDB and NCDC at a rate of interest of 6% per annum repayable at quarterly rests. The interest rate to end borrower shall be upto 6.5 % per annum
Scheme 3: National Animal Disease Control Programme
National Animal Disease Control Programme (NADCP) is a flagship scheme launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister in September, 2019 for control of Foot & Mouth Disease and Brucellosis by vaccinating 100% cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat and pig population for FMD and 100% bovine female calves of 4-8 months of age for brucellosis with the total outlay of Rs.13, 343.00 crore for five years (2019-20 to 2023-24)
Objectives of the Programme
The overall aim of the National Animal Disease Control Programme for FMD and Brucellosis (NADCP) is to control FMD by 2025 with vaccination and its eventual eradication by 2030. This will result in increased domestic production and ultimately in increased exports of milk and livestock products. Intensive Brucellosis Control programme in animals is envisaged for controlling Brucellosis which will result in effective management of the disease, in both animals and in humans.