Farmers will get excellent profits from these five varieties of cowpea.

Farmers will get excellent profits from these five varieties of cowpea.

Farmers can achieve excellent production of about 100 to 125 quintals in 50 days by growing improved varieties of cowpeas in the field. There are different types of cowpea varieties available in the market, but to get the best production, farmers should choose Pant Lobia, Lobia 263, Arka Garima, Pusa Barsati, and Pusa Rituraj varieties.

Cowpea is a type of pulse crop that is cultivated mostly by small and marginal farmers in India. This crop gives good production even on less land, which is why it is popular among farmers. Cowpea can be cultivated in both the Kharif and Zaid seasons. However, by planting improved varieties of cowpea, farmers can earn good yields in every season. Today, we bring you information about five improved varieties of cowpea, which can help you get a yield of 100 to 125 quintals per acre. These varieties generally become completely ready after ripening in 50 days. If you want to get huge profits from the cowpea crop, it is important to plant excellent and good varieties in your field.

Five amazing improved varieties of cowpea
Pant Lobia variety

The plants of this species of cowpea are about one and a half feet tall. It takes 60 to 65 days for Pant Lobia to become ripe after sowing in the field. This variety of cowpea provides a yield of 15 to 20 quintals per hectare.

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Cowpea 263 Variety

This variety of cowpea is an early crop, which ripens in the field in a time interval of 40 to 45 days. Farmers can get production up to about 125 quintals per hectare from the Cowpea 263 variety.

Arka Garima variety

Arka Garima variety of cowpeas gives excellent production during rainy and spring seasons. Arka Garima variety ripens in a time interval of 40-45 days. Let us tell you that it gives a yield of about 80 quintals per hectare.

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Pusa rainy season

It is known from the name of this variety of cowpea that if farmers plant it in their fields during the rainy season, they will get excellent yields. The beans of the Pusa Barsati variety of cowpea are light green. This variety is approximately 26 to 28 cm long. Also, it ripens in the field within 45-50 days. This variety gives production up to 85-100 quintals per hectare.

Pusa Rituraj variety.

This variety of cowpea is considered very good to eat. The beans of this variety are green in color. Also, it gives a yield of about 75 to 80 quintals per hectare.

 People who rear cows will get a grant from this scheme of the Yogi government.

People who rear cows will get a grant from this scheme of the Yogi government.

Nandini Krishak Samriddh Yojana and Cow Promotion Schemes are being provided. Based on all these schemes, the state government is providing many other types of assistance along with subsidy amounts to the farmers or those opening dairies.

 The Uttar Pradesh government is running various types of schemes regarding cow rearing. The main objective of the Uttar Pradesh government is to encourage cow breeding as well as increase milk production in the state. The state government is running Gopalak Yojana, Nand Baba Yojana, Nandini Krishak Samriddh Yojana, and cow promotion schemes in the state for the rearing of cow breeds in the state. Based on all these schemes, the state government is providing a huge amount of subsidy along with various other types of help to the farmers or those opening dairies. The state government is currently running the Nandini Krishak Samridhi Yojana. Under this scheme, the Yogi government will provide up to 50 percent grants in three parts on projects worth Rs 62 lakh.

The subsidy will be given to cows of major breeds.

The Uttar Pradesh government will provide this grant amount in three parts. But, there will be some major conditions of the state government for this. Any person can take advantage of this scheme only after fulfilling these conditions. The state government will allocate funds only for rearing cows which give more milk in terms of milk production. Cows of these species include indigenous cows of Tharparkar, Gill breed, and Sahiwal cows. To avail the benefit of this scheme, cattle farmers will have to show about 10 children of these breeds, after which they will be able to avail about 25 percent of the grant amount. To avail the benefits of this scheme, you will have to apply by 25th October.

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How to apply to avail benefits of this scheme.

For this, you will have to fill out the form by clicking on its official website Along with this, they must show their own or leased area for animal husbandry. Only registered farmers of Uttar Pradesh state will be able to avail the benefit of this scheme. Farmers should have about three years of experience related to cow rearing. Along with this, the beneficiaries who have already availed of the benefits of Kamdhenu will not be able to avail of its benefits. 

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What documents will be required to avail the benefits of the scheme?

For your information, let us tell you that to avail the benefit of this scheme, keep all the official ID cards provided by the state government or the center safe with you, so that you do not face any problems while applying. For this, you need to have an Aadhar card, original residence proof, land details, bank account details, mobile number, and passport-size photo.

This government is giving an amount of Rs 80 thousand for purchasing indigenous cows.

This government is giving an amount of Rs 80 thousand for purchasing indigenous cows.

CM Yogi Adityanath has started the Chief Minister Swadeshi Cow Promotion Scheme under the 'Nand Baba Milk Mission' in Uttar Pradesh. Under this scheme, their objective is to provide income and employment to cow farmers, to increase the breeds of indigenous cows, to increase the interest of cow farmers towards indigenous cows, and to make the state a leader in milk production.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's love for cows is visible. Yogi government keeps releasing new schemes regarding cows and their safety. Besides, schemes and campaigns have been run in the interest of cattle herders and farmers. In this series, Chief Minister Yogi has started the Chief Minister Swadeshi Cow Promotion Scheme under 'Nand Baba Milk Mission'. The main objective of this scheme is to increase the income of cow farmers of UP and provide employment in animal husbandry. Apart from this, cow farmers' interest in indigenous breeds of cows from other states can be increased. Besides, milk production can also increase. Also, a government order has been issued regarding the scheme. The eligibility criteria, purpose, and nature of subsidy related to this scheme have been given in the government order.

Know which cows you will get a subsidy on purchasing

According to the Mukhyamantri Swadeshi Yojana, cow farmers will be provided a subsidy on the amount spent on transportation, transit insurance animal insurance, and other items if they purchase cows of Tharparkar, Gir, Hybrid, and Sahiwal breeds from other states. Cow farmers will get this grant to purchase two indigenous breed cows. This grant will be given to cow farmers at 40 percent of the total cost i.e. Rs 80 thousand. First, this scheme will be implemented only in the headquarters districts of 18 divisions of Uttar Pradesh. After this, it will be implemented in the districts of the entire state. 

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New scheme released under 'Nand Baba Milk Mission'

Additional Chief Secretary Animal Husbandry, Dr. Rajneesh Dubey says, 'Mukhyamantri Swadeshi Cow Promotion Scheme has been issued under Nand Baba Mission. Its main objective is to increase the number and breed of indigenous improved breed of cows in the state. So that milk productivity can increase in the state. Also, the state can become a leading state in milk production. Along with this, we can employ the youth and women of rural areas of the state by promoting them in the animal husbandry business. Milk Commissioner and Mission Director Shashi Bhushan Lal Sushil said that to avail the benefit of the Chief Minister Swadeshi Cow Promotion Scheme, the cow rearer will have to buy an indigenous improved breed of cow from another state. 

This insurance is very important

The Chief Development Officer will soon issue a permission letter on this scheme. Which will be issued to the beneficiary to buy indigenous-breed cows from another state. Because the cow rearer or the beneficiary should not face any kind of problem in the transportation of cows. Apart from this, it is necessary to get animal insurance for two indigenous cows in a lump sum for 3 years. Also, it is very important to get transit insurance to bring a cow from another state to your state.

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Know who will be prioritized

Under the Chief Minister Swadeshi Cow Promotion Scheme, grants will be given to the beneficiaries for the purchase of cows, transportation, transit insurance, and animal insurance, 3 years of animal insurance, purchase of fodder cutting machine and facility for maintenance of cows, and construction of sheds. The department has fixed the cost of cow rearing among all these items at Rs 2 lakh for two indigenous breed cows. 40 percent of this means that a maximum of Rs 80 thousand will be given as a grant.

With this technology developed by scientists, now only female calves will be born.

With this technology developed by scientists, now only female calves will be born.

There is a very good news for the farmers involved in agriculture as well as animal husbandry. Actually, Madhya Pradesh government has started a new technique of artificial insemination in animals to encourage milk production, due to which only calves will be born in cows and buffaloes. At present, farmers do animal husbandry along with farming to double their income. In this context, the government also helps farmers and cattle herders financially. 

Let us tell you that the Central and State Governments also release many schemes for the benefit of the farmers. So that animal husbandry can be encouraged even more. In fact, to boost milk production, the Madhya Pradesh government has started a new technique of artificial insemination in animals , Sex Sated Semen , due to which only calves will be born.

What is Sex Sated Semen?

Sex Sated Semen is a technology which has been introduced for artificial insemination in animals. With this technique only female babies will be produced in cows and buffaloes. With this sex-selected technology, the number of female animals will increase and with the increase in the number, there will be a significant increase in milk production.

Artificial insemination is being done from door to door  

Scientific technology of sex-sated semen has been introduced to improve the breed of animals and increase milk production. This technique is being used by veterinary assistants and veterinary area officers of Animal Husbandry Department in the veterinary hospitals, dispensaries and artificial insemination centers of their area and also by going door-to-door to the advanced farmers of that area through sex sated semen technique. Are conceiving. 

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What are the benefits of Sex Sated Semen technology?

Now it is an accepted fact that with this sex-based technology, there will be a significant increase in the milk production of farmers. This technology will increase the number of female animals, which will also increase milk production. With this technology the number of milch animals will increase. This technology will increase the income of farmers.

Fees for conception through sex sated semen technique 

With this technology introduced by the government, different prices are being charged from different sections of the society for artificial insemination. In this, Rs 450 will be charged for general and backward class cattle herders and Rs 400 will be charged from Scheduled Caste and Tribal cattle herders. With this technology, AI will be done in all the animals. By identifying the UID tag of that animal and its offspring, the information will be uploaded on the Enaf software