Goat Farm Project Report (100+4)

Goat Farm Project Report :

The following goat farm project report is for 100 females and 4 males.

 

Black bengal goat

Black Bengal Goat.

Goat Farm Project Report: India has a very large and diverse genetic resource of goats. Goat plays a significant role in economic up-liftment of rural poor of our country. Consumption of goat meat (chevon) is increasing rapidly due to its social acceptability. This sector has tremendous potential in employment generation & poverty reduction. Before starting a Goat farm the entrepreneurs/ farmers are advised to under-go training on goat farming.

They can contact Local Animal Husbandry Department staffs/Veterinary College/agriculture University for the purpose. They should also visit progressive Goat farmers and government/ agricultural university goat farm in the locality. They must check the following points before starting a goat farm.

  1. Availability of good quality Parent stock in the locality.
  2. Marketing facility for goat & goat meat.
  3. Nearness of farm to veterinary hospital/Livestock Aid center.
  4. Availability of concentrates ,fodder & medicine in that locality.

Goat Farm Project Report-This project report is based on following assumption:

1-   Adult healthy  Does & bucks of black Bengal breed within 2 years of age will be purchased

2-   Manure produced in the farm will be utilized for fodder cultivation

3-   In case of death of adult goats new animal will be purchased from insurance claim money

4-   The above project will be economically viable under proper care & attention of the entrepreneur.

Goat Farm Project Report – Techno-economic Parameters:

Breed of Goat Black Bengal
System of rearing Semi intensive
No. of Bucks 4
No. of Does 100
Age at Maturity (Months) 10-12
Kidding/ interval (Months) 8
No of kidding/year 1.5
Kidding percentage 80
Average litter size  (average of single, twinning, Triplet, quadruplet) 2
Sex ratio 1:1
Mortality(%) Kids 20
Saleable age of kids (months) 11
Expenditure norms
Space requirement sq ft.per head for Buck 15 ,
Space requirement sq ft.per head for doe 10
Space requirement sq ft.per head/kid 4
Cost of construction (Rs.per sft)     Doe, Bucks ,Kids 100
Cost of equipment (Rs.per adult animal) 20
 Cost of green fodder cultivation (Rs./acre/season) 5000
Concentrate feed : Adult does(one month before breeding and one month after kidding i.e. per kidding) 6.75 kg per montth
Concentrate feed for Bucks (two months per breeding season) 7.5 kg per month
Concentrate feed for Kids (for 30 days) 3.75 kg per kid
Cost of conc. feed (Rs./kg) 11
Labour (No.) 1
Labour wages (Rs.per month) 3000
Insurance (as percentage of the cost of breeding stock) 4
Veterinary aid (Rs./adult/year) 20
Income norms :
Sale price of Buck/(11month) 1400
Sale price of Doe/(11month) 1200
Income from manure is not assumed as it is used on the own farm for fodder cultivation.
Sale of Gunnyu bags (Rs./bag) 10
Repayment norms:
Repayment period (years) 6
Grace Period (years) 1
Interest rate(%) 12
Goat Farm Project Report.
Goat Farm Project Report.
Goat Farm Project Report – Flock projection chat for  Black Bengal Breed Goat
Year 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
No. of does purchased 100
No. of bucks purchased 4
No. of kidding/year 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5
No. of kids born male 150 150 150 150 150 150
No. of kids born female 150 150 150 150 150 150
No of kids died male 20% 30 30 30 30 30 30
No of kids died female 20% 30 30 30 30 30 30
No. of male kids available for sale Kids produced in first year will be sold in second year & so on 120 120 120 120 120
No. of female kids available for sale 120 120 120 120 120

 

Goat Farm Project Report – Economics Of Goat Farming
Sl.no A-Capital cost (Amount in Rs.)
a Construction low cost  Shed for 100does  @ 10sq.ft/adult Doe(Rs.100/sq.ft 100000
b  Construction of Shed for 4 bucks@15sq.ft/buck(Rs.100 sq.ft buck shed ) 6000
c Construction of Shed for240 kids @4 sq.ft./ kids (1000sq.ft)@(Rs.100/sqft 96000
e Equipments feeding trough buckets etc 2000
f Cost of 100 does@ 1500/doe 150000
g Cost of 3 bucks@2500/buck 10000
h TOTAL CAPITAL COST                                                                  364000
Working Capital
a Wages for one  labour @100/day for 1 year 36000
b Cost of insurance 4% of animal cost 7000
c Cost of concentrate feed for 100 does @6.75kg/month/doe  for two months i.e  kg@11/kg 7425
d Cost of concentrate feed for 4 bucks @7.5kg/adult animal for two months @ 11/kg  330
e Cost of concentrate feed for 240 kids@3.75 kg/kid /month i.e  900kg for  one month @11/kg 9900
f Fodder cultivation in 4 acres of land@5000/acre/season 20000
g Misc, expenditure i.e.  vaccine medicine and veterinary aid and electricity 2000
Contingency 3000
h Total Working Capital                                                                          85655
TOTAL PROJECT COST                                449655
I Margin money  @15% of project cost 67449
ii Bank loan@85% of project costsay 382207382200

 

Cash Flow Goat Farm Project Report – Project period (year)Amount in Rs.
i ii iii iv v vi
a Wages for  labour @100/day for 1 year 36000 36000 36000 36000 36000 36000
b Cost of insurance 4% of animal cost 7000 7000 7000 7000 7000 7000
c Cost of concentrate feed for buck does and kids 17655 17655 17655 17655 17655 17655
d Fodder cultivation  of land@5000/acre/crop for two crops 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000
e Misc, expenditure i.e.  vaccine medicine and veterinary aid 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000
Total expenditure 102655 102655 102655 102655 102655 102655
1 Sale price of male goats @1400/buck 168000 168000 168000 168000 168000
2 Sale price of female goats @1200/doe 144000 144000 144000 144000 144000
3 Sale price of gunny bag 300 300 500 300 300 500
4 Value of closing stock 100 doe, 4buck, @ average 1200/adult& 240 kids @ 500/kid 144800
5 Value of shed(10% depreciation/year 80800
6 Value of equipment  15000(20% depreciation /year) Nil
7 Total 300 312300 312500 312300 312300 538100
89 Gross profit -102355 209645 209845 209645 209645 435445

 

Goat Farm Project Report – Calculation of BCR and IRR
  1 2 3 4 5 6
Capital Costs 364000          
Recurring Cost 102655 102655 102655 102655 102655 102655
Total Costs 466655 102655 102655 102655 102655 102655
Benefit 300 312300 312500 312300 312300 538100
Net Benefit -466355 209645 209845 209645 209645 435445

 

PW Costs @ 15% 705017.81
PW Benefits @ 15% 910589.60
NPW 205571.79
B.C. Ratio 1.29:1
I.R.R. (%) 29.24

 

Goat Farm Project Report – Repayment schedule
Year Loan Outstanding Gross Surplus Interest Principal Total Repayment Surplus
1 382200 300 45864 300
2 428064 209645 51367 58864 110231 99414
3 370000 209645 44400 70000 114400 95245
4 300000 209645 36000 80000 116000 93645
5 220000 209645 26400 100000 126400 83245
6 120000 435445 14400 120000 134400 301045

Note: Please check the Local market Goat values/labour/land costs  as of now and accordingly calculate your capacity to go for Goat farming. The Provided Goat Farm Project Report is based on assumptions. However, actual scenario may depend on many factors.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Namashkar,
    I live in Nagpur, Maharashtra, I have about 12 acres of fertile land with a borewell, canal and ponds without fence, and at the moment my family only cultivates wheat, legumes and rice. I want to start goat farming (initial start-up with 100 and extension to 500) combined with poultry (1000 Desi chicken in open space) and fruits like leman, mango, pomegranate, custard apple, guava, drumstick etc. All waste from goat farming will be used to grow vegetables and fruits. I will start with a normal shelter for a goat farm, then I will build a elevated shed for less maintenance.
    Can you help me regarding
    1. Selection of goat breeds suitable for meat and milk in the NAGPUR region (compatibility with weather conditions)
    2. Is an elevated goat shed very expensive? what should I do
    3. Leading supplier of goats for my farm in the Nagpur region
    4. Document requirement or any government license requirement for goartfarming startup
    5. Whether I have to register my goatfarm or register a company/ business to get a bank loan
    It will be my pleasure to thank you, please respond

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