2023, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part B
Performance of milk producers’ cooperative unions in Tamil Nadu
Author(s): Radha R, Sekhar C and Kannan K
Abstract: Tamil Nadu’s dairy industry has historically been strengthened by the network of cooperative milk societies. The dairy industry took a new shape when the Tamil Nadu Dairy Development Department was formed in 1958. The Salem District had larger number of Milk Producers’ Cooperatives Social orders to the tune of 776 Numbers while Madurai District had the largest number of 128 numbers in active societies. Tiruchirappalli District Milk cooperation society had the largest number of cattle’s. The Salem District Cooperatives Milk Producers’ Association had the largest processing capacity of 5 lakh liters of each day. In terms of procurement of milk each day, the Salem District Milk Producers’ association has succeeded and accomplished an increase of around 12% over the year 2019-20. The Madurai District Milk Producers’ association found to possess the first level in terms of milk sales with an absolute quantity of milk sold during the year 1.77 lakh liters during the year 2019-20 which was found to be increased to the level of 1.81 lakh liters of each day during the year 2021-22. The increased is represented 2.24 percent throughout the year 2019-20. The result revealed that conventional percentage analysis, forecasting of milk production and sales percentage. The Salem District cooperative milk producers union took the first place in terms of procurement of milk while of obtainment of milk and the runner up as far as amount of milk sold each day.
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Radha R, Sekhar C, Kannan K. Performance of milk producers’ cooperative unions in Tamil Nadu. Asian J Manage Commerce 2023;4(2):132-138. DOI: 10.22271/27084515.2023.v4.i2b.203