The Madhya Pradesh authorities is intending to offer farmers with Rs.900 month-to-month. They are additionally taking measure to encourage farmers towards pure farming.,








The MP authorities will start particular measures to encourage pure farming in 100 villages





The Madhya Pradesh authorities has introduced that farmers who elevate indigenous cows will obtain Rs 900 monthly. The comment was made by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday whereas just about addressing a Niti Ayog session on agriculture.












To encourage pure farming, the CM additionally introduced the formation of the Madhya Pradesh Natural Agriculture Development Board. Shiv Raj Chouhan in the course of the workshop said that cows which are Desi (indigenous) are mandatory for pure farming and farmers ought to have at the very least one desi cow on their property. The authorities officers have agreed to offer such farmers with a sum of Rs 900 every month. 

In his remarks on the workshop, he additionally mentioned {that a} farmer will obtain a complete of Rs 10,800 per yr for a desi cow.

In addition to this, the CM mentioned that the MP authorities will start particular measures to encourage pure farming in 100 villages in every of the state’s 52 districts












Natural farming practices will start in 5,200 communities throughout the state in the course of the present Kharif crop season. He added that such farmers are what the federal government officers are searching for. Natural farming has piqued the curiosity of 1.65 lakh farmers within the state up to now. Workshops can be held throughout the state to foster a local weather conducive to pure farming.

The CM additionally said that every block can be assigned 5 full-time employees who can be paid an honorarium to advertise pure farming. Chouhan said that pure farming can be inspired in agricultural lands on either side of the Narmada river.












According to a public relations division official, Gujarat Governor Acharya Devvrat, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy additionally spoke on the session. 











First revealed on: 27 Apr 2022, 10:05 IST




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