Topic- Issues And Challenges Of Supply Chain Management Of Dairy Industry

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Ms. Prachi Srivastava , Dr. Tripti Barathwal


The current study was carried out to evaluate the challenges faced by milk producers in four milk unions/districts that were chosen from four geographical areas. There were four villages chosen from each district. In each region, there are two villages with organised dairy cooperatives and two villages without organised cooperatives. 120 Milk Producers in total The total sample size of milk producers in the State was 240, with 120 milk producers chosen from the organised sector and the remaining 120 from the unorganised sector. With the aid of Garrett's ranking technique, the limitations were prioritised. 5.8 people made up the average household in the chosen area, and the respondents' average age ranged from 44 to 46. Although the majority of households said that the cost of cow feed and miner mixtures was high, Dairy Cooperative Society (DCS) member families noted an adequate supply of cattle feed that was also made available on credit by the cooperative society. Households that were not members of the Non-Dairy Cooperative Society (NDCS) had to deal with other issues, such as a lack of marketing resources for the dairy industry, a lack of village-level chilling facilities for milk preservation, and a lack of access to the supplies and tools needed to produce high-quality milk. For the dairy industry to grow, the animal husbandry departments need to be revitalised. Villages should have access to veterinary information, and Dairy Federation should have marketing resources for selling milk and milk-related products.

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