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Integrated Farming: You can earn thousands of rupees even on a small farm, know all about it

The same farmer can not only increase his income by doing many things on his farm, but can also help in the progress of the land. The government aims to double the farmer’s income by 2022, but integrated farming income can be multiplied.

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  • Last updated:October 22, 2020, 4:21 PM IST

New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) has given the slogan of self-reliant India. The agricultural sector can also make a major contribution to achieving this goal, provided that the farmer goes for integrated agriculture. The same farmer can not only increase his income by doing many things on his farm, but can also help in the progress of the land. Today we tell you the story of a Jaipur farmer who brought a new dimension to agriculture by adopting this IFS model. What is Integrated Agriculture?Every farmer can make a profit from this all year round. In this system, the remaining products and residues from one component can be used for another component. If you do poultry farming, you can feed poultry beets to the fish. This will allow for more fish, which will be profitable and secondly, the water from that pond can be used for irrigation. If ranching is also done, good profit can be made by selling cow buffalo milk. Let’s visit farmer Surendra Awana’s farm In the village of Bichoon near Jaipur, the progressive farmers Surendra Awana give a new dimension to agriculture. On the one hand, while the country’s farmers are slowly getting away from farming saying they haven’t gone through farming, on the other hand, Surendra Awana is looking for ways to make a lot of profit from farming through the IFS model of farming ie integrated agricultural system. The government also stresses that farmers should practice integrated farming rather than relying solely on traditional farming.Also read: Potato price of 50 rupees and onions crossed 100! Prices may increase faster after Navratri Integrated agriculture means that, in addition to agriculture, other agriculture-related activities must be undertaken simultaneously, so that the costs of agriculture can be reduced and income increased. One of the main advantages of integrated farming is that if for some reason there is no income from one work, it can be managed by other work.

Increase income from different types of agriculture at the same time Surendra Awana teamed up with New Age farming on his farm, along with horticulture, medicinal farming, dairy, fishing and fertilizer making. Because all these functions are interconnected, costs are reduced. For example, feed for animals is produced in the field. Animal waste is used to make manure. Likewise, fish food is also available from the farm and from dairy products. Surendra Awana grows 18 types of feed on his farm. This multi-annual feed provides income for 5 to 80 years. Not only this, besides traditional agriculture, in Marudhara also apple, almond and strawberry are shown by doing cultivation. A2 milk is in huge demand Along with farming, Awana raised about 170 native species of Gir cows while doing dairies on a large scale. A2 milk from this country cow is in high demand and sold at their prices. Cow urine from dairy cow manure is used as a fertilizer in agriculture. He has planted a plant on the farm to prepare and sell organic fertilizers. The price of organic products prepared with organic fertilizer is also high. Also read: Big news – Modi’s government has come up with a different plan for farmers and will receive 5000-5000 rupees

Farmer Surendra Awana, who also does fishing together, says it is a great source of income in which a bigha land can earn 10 lakh in a year. There is also a government subsidy for fishing. The demand for fish is also high and the prices are also high. At the same time, the importance of medicinal agriculture has also increased during the Corona period. Surendra Awana has also taken up medicinal farming and is expected to make great profits in the future. Farmer Surendra Awana says the government is aiming to double the farmer’s income by 2022, but integrated farming income can be multiplied. Farmers and agricultural scientists come from all over the country to see Surendra Awana’s successful model.




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