Suminter India Organics distributes 50 indigenous cows to farmers

All cows are milking and were distributed among 37 female farmers and 13 male farmers

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Suminter India Organics a privately held supplier of certified organic products from India to Europe and the United State has been producing and exporting organic cotton in Kutch, Gujarat since the last 12 years

Suminter India has recently distributed cows under the "Livelihood Dairy Development Program" in collaboration with Armedangel (Social Fashion Company) distributed 50 indigenous cows. All cows are milking and were distributed among 37 female farmers and 13 male farmers.

By rearing of these cows, farmers will get milk for their own family and get additional income by selling extra milk as well as by making inputs for organic farming for their own fields and can reduce production cost.

Thus, nursing the indigenous cow will improve the farmer’s financial condition, family health and soil health. Health certificate of Cow were provided to all beneficiaries. Program information was received from Sanjay Srivastava, AGM, Agri. R&D.

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