Pandy's goat & sheep farm

by Pandurang G. Hatkar
(at-hiwarkhed, ta-khamgaon, dist-buldana, maharastra, India.)

sir, i am just doing traditional business. i want

to give scope to this business, but i'm belong to very small village, where no faciliti's available, even no information. sir, if u can, please give me details about.

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Apr 21, 2012
Boer Goat Required


Farm located in 200 acres area Situated in south India under Karnataka state in
the village of Konanakere Tal.Shiggaon of Haveri District.Situated 6.5 kilo meter
from Poona Bangalore High way With Tar Road Up to the farm.Having 100 HP Power
with 6 Bore wells and one well with all fitted with electric pump sets with power
connection from electricity with 100 KVA Transformer and generator sets. Pump sets
alone having power facility of 90 HP connection. With two additional 5 HP each
water lifting Diesel pumps provision made in case of emergency.200 acres covered
with Mango plantations under Israel technology planted Mango trees with total
number of trees are 12000 numbers ..Farm is fenced
with 5 lines barbed wire fencing and having building infrastructures like pump
houses,Godowns ,Labour quarters,Office with well connected phone lines.

The above farm owned by me a technocrat Mr.P.B.Upase technical graduate B.Sc Agri
with 1980 batch from Pune college.Worked for premier Multinational company as a
Regional Manager with Karnataka state in charge for marketing,Handeled MNC company
distribution for agro inputs for 8 years.As a diversification developed 200 acres
farm from 1993 by investing 3.5 crores as a initial investment..Having 25 years
experience in Agri Business production and export enter in to Goat project at
large by converting our farm in to integrated one.
Location advantage is it is equidistance from 4 international air port Bangalore
Bombay Hyderabad and Goa.Three ports are easily accessible from this location and
near by it.. Due to climate ,location, distance advantage for transshipment Goat
industry can take advantage of it.
Key Technology in Goat Project is the fact for the Commitment
A ) Software developed for Goat Project for Effective Goat Project Management
under the head of Administration, Feed Management with nutritional balance,
Disease Management with effective control on In Breeding, Rearing under Stall
Feeding is the project fact for effective cost control.

I am going for breeding work initially by choosing good Indian local breed to be
crossed with exotic breed like South African Boer.For selecting local one your
experience I would like to share it.
I need your support for supply of local good breed with reasonable price quote.
Food management with Green fodder choosing the Hybrids and variety your
valuabljavascript:attachment(0)e experience I would like to share it with you.

Mobile +919448473420

Mar 08, 2011
Goat Farming training
by: Philip Benis

My organisation called Best Foundation is giving training on Goat Farming.
There will be a training on goat farming in Bangalore on 27-03-2011.
There will be 5-day residential on farm training on goat rearing near Pondicherry in April 2011.
Please contact: Best Foundation, 62, Villianur Road, Mulakulam, Pondicherry-605010.
04132290142, 9443438532, 9442038845

Feb 24, 2011
my ambhition in sheep farming
by: all interested people

hello friends, by profesion i'm doctor, i have just completed graduation in mbbs, but i want to do my traditional business (sheep raring) as side business, i'm collecting data in all aspect. it means, how many breeds r available? which breed is benefitial or suitable to our invironment? if we think about sloughtering, how many byproducts we'll get? what r the uses of all those byproducts? availability of market, demands of meet, how to construct the ideal farm? availability of grass for goat & sheep. which grass/ feed is more nutritious?
if u have some information about this, plz provide me.

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