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Chapter
Particulars
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1. Introduction 5
1.1 Dhanashree goat farm 5
2. Location Analysis 6
2.1 Location of the firm
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2.2 Advantagesof the Location
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3. Profile of the Promoters
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3.1
Mr. Rajendra Khande 8
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Product 9
4.1
Meat Production 9
4.2
Breed for Goat Farming 10
4.3
Manure 11
5 Market Analysis 13
5.1 Marketing Strategy 13
5.2 Initiatives by the Government 14
6 Industry Scenario 16
6.1 Global Scenario 16
6.2 National Scenario 20
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6.3 Regional Scenario 22
7 SWOT Analysis 26
7.1 Strength 26
7.2 Weakness 26
7.3 Opportunities 26
7.4 Threats 27
8 Photos of Site 28
9 Brief Of The Project 29
9.1 Brief of the Projcet 29
9.2 Total Credit Exposure of The Firm 30
9.3 List Of Securities Offered 31
9.4 Cost Of Project & Means Of Finance 32
9.5 Base Sheet of Assets & Goats 33
9.6 Income from Goat Farm 35
9.7 Base sheet of Population 37
9.8 Base sheet of Fodder 40
9.9 Cash Flow 42
9.10 Stock of Livestock 44
9.11 Projections Of Performance , Profitability And Repayment 45
9.12 Projected Balance Sheet 46
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9.13 CMA Operating Statement 47
9.14 CMA Liabilities 50
9.15 CMA- Assets 52
9.16 CMA Financial Position. 54
9.17 Draw Down Plans 56
9.18 DSCR 57
9.19 ISCR 57
9.20 Interest Calculator- Term Loan 58
9.21 Depreciation 61
10 Conclusion 63
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CHAPTER-1
Dhanashree Goat Farm is a dream venture of Mr. Rajendra Khande, a proprietor in the
village of Pimpalgaon of Beed district in Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
Mr. Rajendra Khande, proprietor has an objective to establish a goat unit of 1500 goats and
produce cross breed goats by using Buck of Boer goat for meat purpose. As the demand
for good quality meat is increasing day by day, this is one step towards supplying and
satisfying customers through this activity. The unit will also cater to the high demand of
organic manure in the region. It will provide employment to rural population and help to
strengthen them.
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CHAPTER-2

2.1 LOCATION OF THE FARM
Dhanashree Goat Farm, Pimpalgaon Majara
Post Mhalas J awala, Taluka Beed
Dist. Beed, Pin 431 122

2.2 ADVANTAGES OF LOCATION
Water Availability :
Clean drinking water is a prime requirement for good health of the goats. Plenty
of clean and cool drinking water is available for the goats froma well andalso a
bore well nearby the farm site.
Road and Electricity :
Good infrastructure is available for transportation of goats from the farm to the
various locations. Vehicles are easily available on hire in the district. Electricity is
of vital importance for the carrying of water from the bore well to the stall.
Moreover, fans will be needed during the summer season to keep the goats
comfortable. Looking to this need, there is proper arrangement on the site for the
continuous supply of electricity.
Fodder Availability :
Green Fodder like Maize, Yashwant grass, Lucerne and maize are required for
feeding the goats. The village of Pimpalgaon, being an agricultural village, fodder
is easily available at reasonable rates.
A good quality concentrate feed is also required for the good health and especially
duringthe breeding season. As soya bean and maize is locally available in cheap
rate, preparation of concentrate mixture on farm is economical.
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Availability of Animals :
The goat unit will be established with doe of Sirohi breed and buck of Boer Goat
as the cross breed of the same is known to produce meat of exceptional quality.
The animals will be purchased from Nimbarkar Agriculture Resurch Institute
(NARI) at Phaltan and Amrut goat farmat Sangli. These institutes are known for
their quality of goats. Both these places are at a distance of around 200 kms from
the farm.
Veterinary Service :
Goats are prone to various diseases and thus it is important to give them proper
medical care and treatment. Veterinary services are easily available at
Pimpalgaon. Government veterinarian as well as private veterinarian is easily
available. As a precautionary measure, one Vet will be kept permanently on the
farm.
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CHAPTER-3
3.1 MR. RAJENDRA KHANDE
Mr. Rajendra Khande is a young and hardworking agriculturist, residing at
Pimplegaon village of Beed Taluka.
He is extremely passionate for goat framing and that is the reason behind the
establishment of Dhanashree Goat Farm. Mr. Khandepursued goat farming for 2 years
with Osmanabadi breed of goats. Looking to the high demand for quality products, he
is striving for an A class, well equipped stall fed goat farm at his village in Beed. He is
also a business man and owns a machinery spare parts shop by the name of
Siddhivinayak Machinery.
His experience with goat farming offers him the technical competence to conduct this
venture in a sound manner and his experience as a business man equips him with
sound financial competence to ensure profitability.
Brief of the financial performance of Siddhivinayak Machinery is as follows:
Sr.
No
Name of the
Organization
Turnover as on
31.03.2012(Rs in Lacs)
Net Profit as on 31.03.2012
(Rs. in Lacs)
1.
Siddhivinayak
Machinery 28.45 2.27
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CHAPTER-4
The livestock sector plays an important role in the states economy. About 70 % of population
thrives on agriculture. Animal husbandry is an inseparable component of agriculture sector.
Sheep and goat rearing is a traditional occupation of economically weaker section of the
society. The market demand for goat and their products is available throughout the year and
there is negligible variation in prices obtained.
Apart from meeting the domestic demand, the meat sector contributed about 73 per cent of
total livestock exports from India during 2007. Thus huge expected increase in the demand for
meat in developing countries especially in South-East Asia in next 20 years presents an
excellent opportunity for enhancingexport of live goatsfrom India.
Besides meat, goats provide other products like milk, skin, fibre and manure. With more than
124 million populations, goats account for more than 25 per cent of the total livestock in the
country and contribute Rs.106335 million annually to the national economy. Goats provide
food and nutritional security to millions of landless, marginal and small farmers. Responding
to marketing signals, the goat production system in India has been slowly moving from
extensive to intensive system of management for commercial production.
4.1 MEAT PRODUCTION
Goats constitute a very important species of livestock in India, mainly on account
of their short generation intervals, higher rates of prolificacy and the ease with
which the goats and also their products can be marketed. Estimated average meat
productionper goat is 11 kgs.
Stall fed farming: Stall-Fed Goats can ideally fit into the Intensive Integrated
Farming System (IIFS). The small animals are the most efficient converters of
farm and crop residues into excellent organic manure. Several farmers have
successfully run stall-fed goat farms and they have found that such an integrated
farming venture was more productive and profitable as well.
Goat farming needs less capital when compared with dairying and the animals can
be raised in small farms. Stall fed goat farming is an ideal occupation for the small,
marginal and landless agricultural laborers. The she goat will deliver 2-4 kids at
each parturition after a short gestation period of 150 days.
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4.2 BREED FOR GOAT FARMING
4.2.1 SIROHI GOAT
The Sirohi is primaril
Gujarat. The body weight in an adult female is around 50 kgs. The age at first
kidding is around 18
days. The breed is used mainly for meat
Usually, doe kids twice a year, giving birth to single in 40 % while twins in 60
% cases.

4.2.2 BOER GOAT:
The Boer was developed in South Africa in the early 1900s for meat
production. Due to selective breeding and
growth rate and excellent carcass qualities, making it one of the most popular
breeds of meat goat in the world.
They have a lean quality meat which is tender, juicy and flavorsome
provides larger, higher skins which
other goat. They have a high resistance to disease and adapt well to all
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BREED FOR GOAT FARMING
SIROHI GOAT:
The Sirohi is primarily from the Sirohi district of Rajasthan and Palampur in
Gujarat. The body weight in an adult female is around 50 kgs. The age at first
kidding is around 18-20 months and the gestation period is as short as 150
days. The breed is used mainly for meat, the milk yield being relatively small.
Usually, doe kids twice a year, giving birth to single in 40 % while twins in 60
The Boer was developed in South Africa in the early 1900s for meat
production. Due to selective breeding and improvement, the Boer has a fast
growth rate and excellent carcass qualities, making it one of the most popular
breeds of meat goat in the world.
They have a lean quality meat which is tender, juicy and flavorsome
, higher skins which fetch better market prices compared with
other goat. They have a high resistance to disease and adapt well to all
climates.The adult male weighs around 70-80 kgs.
y from the Sirohi district of Rajasthan and Palampur in
Gujarat. The body weight in an adult female is around 50 kgs. The age at first
20 months and the gestation period is as short as 150
ilk yield being relatively small.
Usually, doe kids twice a year, giving birth to single in 40 % while twins in 60
The Boer was developed in South Africa in the early 1900s for meat
improvement, the Boer has a fast
growth rate and excellent carcass qualities, making it one of the most popular
They have a lean quality meat which is tender, juicy and flavorsome. Boer
fetch better market prices compared with
other goat. They have a high resistance to disease and adapt well to all
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4.2.3 CROSS BREED OF SIROHI AND BOER
The cross breed of Sirohi and Boer has the best qua
percentage and low fat. The average weight of a 10 month kid is 30
and fetches around Rs. 300 per kg. It has high disease resistance and has high
demand in the market.
4.3 MANURE:
Goat manure helps maintain the soil fertility. It is several times richer in fertilizing
ingredients (nitrogen and phosphoric acid) than the manure of cows/buffaloes/sheep.
Each goat produces 0.8-1.0 tonnes/year. Goat urine is equally rich in both nitrogen
potash, and is more valuable than that
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CROSS BREED OF SIROHI AND BOER:
The cross breed of Sirohi and Boer has the best quality meat with low bone
percentage and low fat. The average weight of a 10 month kid is 30
and fetches around Rs. 300 per kg. It has high disease resistance and has high
demand in the market.
Goat manure helps maintain the soil fertility. It is several times richer in fertilizing
ingredients (nitrogen and phosphoric acid) than the manure of cows/buffaloes/sheep.
1.0 tonnes/year. Goat urine is equally rich in both nitrogen
potash, and is more valuable than that of any other animal.
lity meat with low bone
percentage and low fat. The average weight of a 10 month kid is 30-35 kgs
and fetches around Rs. 300 per kg. It has high disease resistance and has high
Goat manure helps maintain the soil fertility. It is several times richer in fertilizing
ingredients (nitrogen and phosphoric acid) than the manure of cows/buffaloes/sheep.
1.0 tonnes/year. Goat urine is equally rich in both nitrogenand
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Process:

BUILD THE
COMPOST BIN
WASTE FROM
THE FARM IS
TAKEN BY
MEANS OF PIPES
WATER IS ADDED
AND THE BIN IS
COVERED
MANURE IS READY
WITHIN 2 DAYS
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CHAPTER-5

When one takes goat farming as a business, the major objective is to make a profit. One
can make a profit by providing a quality product that meets the market requirements.
Therefore in simple terms, marketing is identifying the needs of the customers/ buyers and
then supply a product (goats) that meets the required needs in the right quantities at the
right time and place. This market comprises individual buyers who buy goats for resell in
high value urban markets.
The marketable products of goat farming include the fattened kids, manure and culled
animals. Marketing avenues for the above products are slaughter houses and individual
meat consuming customers and agriculture farms. Therefore availability of either
slaughtering facilities or traders who will purchase live animals should be ensured to
convert the fatteners into wholesome meat and meat products. Further, demand for manure
from nearby agriculture farms must also be ensured.
Goats are mostly sold in lots in livestock fairs, periodical markets and daily markets. Each
goat is assessed individually by the buyer. Factors affecting the price are meat, milk yield,
breed, age, sex, quality, locality and season. The Govt. of India established marketing cells
in the Third Five-Year Plan in various states to regulate the existing markets and organize
co-operative markets to facilitate marketing of products, to make market surveys, to collect
and disseminate market news, and to advise better marketing methods and adoption of
grading procedures.
5.1 Marketing Strategy of Dhanashree Goat Farm:
Sale of Goat to Other Farms:
Dhanashri Goat farm has entered into an agreement with the Amrut Goat farm for
supply of kids i.e. doeling & buckling goat for a period of five years. As per this
agreement, Amrut Goat Farm shall buy the entire stock of goats produced at the
farm.
Sale of Meat & Milk in nearby Villages:
Demand for quantity and hygienic meat is increasing in the society.There is 60
mutton shops in the Beed area, where average consumption is 5 animals per day.
Goat meat has no religious inhibitions and is consumed by all the religions and
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races in the country. Goat milk is highly preferred due to its high nutritional values
as compared to milk of cow and buffaloes.
Help of Institutes:
There is a one institute at Phaltan named NARI; this institute is helping the farms to
sell their goat. This institute also provides training to the farmers for goat farm.
Goat Skin:
The maximum numbers of goat skins are produced in India due to an annual
removal of goat of approximately 45 %. The finest quality skins for the leather
industry are obtained.

5.2 Initiatives By The Government:
The livestock resources of the district have 6.8 lakh animal units comprising of
cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goats, poultry and pigs. The importance of Goat Framing
has increased due to its economic return as it needs minimum inputs such as
supplementary farming, veterinary medicine and labour. Breeding policy is
primarily aimed at increase in meat production and wool production. Osmanabad
breed Bucks and Decanis breed Rams are identified as germ plasma for genetic up
gradation of local breeds in respective species.
Following strategies are suggested to augment growth rate of meat production in
goat to 6 % and increase wool production:
Breed Village:
It is a program for scientific breeding of local goats and genetic up
gradation, taking village as a geographic unit for operation. Under this
scheme, bucks of Osmanabad breed will be supplied to goat rearing farmers
in their village at 50 %. These bucks will be produced at farms owned by
State Sheep and Goat Development Corporation. Every year there will be
verification of survival and proper maintenance of the bucks by the
committee.
Training Camps And Exposure Visit:
Training Camps and Exposure visit on scientific rearing ,breeding disease
control etc. to be arranged at Taluka level frequently for imparting training
to farmers, laborers from BPL Group and women members .
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Mini Slaughter Houses:
Well organized mini slaughter house are to be established, where water
supply and other required infrastructure facilities like cold storage,
refrigerated vehicles for transporting etc. will be available. This will help in
producing hygienic mutton.
Marketing Of Goats:
Well organized marketing facilities will be provided at all talukas. Along
with proper shelters clean drinking water etc. , necessary provision is to be
made to avoid interference from middle agencies so that the producer will
get remunerative prices for the product.
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CHAPTER-6

6.1 GLOBAL SCENARIO
6.1.1 Global Impact of the Product
The goat sector contributes 14,453 crores to the agricultural economy of
the world through meat (6851 crores), milk (4588 crores), skin (648
crores), etc. which accounts for around 8 per cent of the Gross Domestic
Product (GDP) from livestock sector.
Around 3.7 million metric tonnes of goat meat was produced worldwide in
2000, this represents only 1.6 percent of the total world meat production,
which is at 233 million metric tonnes.
In 1999, developed countries exported more than double the amount of
goat meat and earned around 4.5 times more compared to those of
developing countries.
Australia has a very small goat population(2.2 million) compared to India
(123 million), but it is the worlds largest exporter (worth $15 million) of
goat meat with over 90% of its goat meat production being exported.
Australia exports bone-in whole carcasses with a carcass weight range of
12 to 20 kg to Singapore, Malaysia, J apan, Mauritius and the Caribbean,
and boneless meat to the United States of America and Canada.
Number of goats in the world has been increasing since1990 by about 1%
to 4% each year (Figure 1). During the same period, cattle number
increased by 5%, while that of sheep decreased by 10%, reflecting the
emergence of goats as a major livestock species.
6.1.2 Global Acceptance Of Goat Farming
Goat meat is widely consumed in the developing countries.
More people in the world drink goat milk than cow milk; however, the
opposite is the case in North America. Goat milk is similar nutritionally to
cow milk, but contains smaller fat globules and as a consequence is easier
for some people to digest. As well, because of the smaller fat globules goat
milk does not require homogenization.
Currently a large portion of goat milk sales take place through the farm
gate with producers selling directly to consumers.
Opportunities also exist for producers to sell directly to a dairy processing
plant with no quantity restrictions. Producers should be aware that the dairy
goat industry is not subject to the same milk quota restrictions as the dairy
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cow industry. This allows producers to start or expand a dairy goat
enterprise without having to purchase quota.
The total amount of goat meat produced in 2008 was 4.9 million MT. The
developing countries produced approximately 97% of this amount,
reflecting the great importance of goat meat to feed millions of people in
these countries.
GOAT industry leaders believe a consistent supply of product to the
expanding world market can only be achieved if more beef and sheep
producers consider goats as a secondary revenue source.
The worlds goat population was approximately 715 million in 2000
60 % of goat population found in Asia and more than 95 % in developing
countries.
Since 1985, there has been a significant increase (48%) in goat numbers
throughout the world.
Asia is home to about 60% of the total world goat population and has the
largest goat breed share of 26%.
6.1.3 Global Status of Goat Farming
World goat population was almost 800 million goats, up 165% from 485
million in 1985. World goat population has been increasing about 8% to
10% per year in last twenty years
Top countries in goat population
Most of the goats in the world are produced in Asia, followed by Africa.
The top three producers of goats are China, India and Pakistan, all
located in Asia. Although Australia and New Zealand are two major
exporters of goats, they are not major producers of goats.
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Country Goat No. % of Total
World 807600,000 100
China 195758954 24.2
India 12000000 15.0
Pakistan 56700000 7.0
Bangladesh 36900000 4.6
Nigeria 28000000 3.5
Iran 26500000 3.3
Indonesia 13182100 1.6
Kenya 12600000 1.6
Tanzania 12550000 1.6
Mongolia 12238000 1.5
Mali 12050000 1.5
Others 34.6
U.S 2522500
Australia 400000
New Zealand 155000
Top producers of Goat Meat
China leads the world in goat meat production, claiming more than 42% of
the worlds share, followed by India and Pakistan.
Country Goat No. % of Total
World 4562054 100
China 1926914 42.2
India 475000 10.4
Pakistan 370000 8.1
Nigeria 147066 3.2
Sudan 126000 2.8
Iran 105000 2.3
Indonesia 57130 1.2
Mali 48510 1.0
Turkey 45000 1.0
Greece 43000 0.9
Nepal 41698 0.9
Maxico 41626 0.9
Others 1135110 25.0
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Top Exporters of Goat Meat:
Australia leads goat meat exports in the world with 16,431 MT and 50% of
the total world market. China, France and New Zealand claim 12.1, 8, and
3.6% of world market respectively
COUNTRY GOAT MEAT(MT) PERCENTAGE
Australia 16,431 50
China 3,999 12.1
France 2,628 8
New Zealand 1,198 3.6
Industrialized Countries 21,194 64
World 33,087
Total Importers of Goat Meat:
Total goat meat imported in theworld is 52,477 MT. Top importers of goat
meat are United States with 18% of the market, followed by China, with
10.9% and Italy, Canada and France each about 2% of the market
6.1.4 Global Regulation of Government on Goat Farming
Subject to the regulations, before bringing a game production animal onto a
game production farm, an operator shall
(a) Register the animal in accordance with the regulations;
(b) Have it identified in accordance with the regulations; and
(c) Perform any tests on it that are required by the regulations.
National Standards for the welfare of livestock is adopted into Victorian law
by the Livestock Management Act 2010 (Vic) as Livestock Management
Standards.
COUNTRY GOAT MEAT(MT) PERCENTAGE
U.S. 9,551 18.2
China 5,709 10.9
Italy 1,451 2.8
Canada 1,374 2.6
France 1,151 2.2
Industrialized Countries 16,097 30.7
World 52,477
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6.2 NATIONAL SCENARIO
6.2.1 National Impact of the Product
Goat farming contributes about 6 percent to the Gross Domestic Product
and 25 percent to the Agricultural Gross Domestic Product in India.
Livestock sector has grown at an annual rate of 5.6 percent, which is higher
than the growth of agricultural sector (3.3 percent).
India has the largest goat population at 123 million, which represents
slightly more than 17 percent of the worlds population.
Indias export earnings from goat meat are a meager $0.6 million.
The contribution of goat meat to total meat exported from India (mainly to
Middle Eastern countries) accounts for 7%,
There is vast demand for Indian Goats overseas as well; Indian goats are
preferred over other regions due to the fact of their natural growth and
quality of meat.
6.2.2 National Acceptance of the Product
It is also considered as one of the potential sector for export earnings.
Livestock sector also makes significant contributions towards conservation
of environment
Livestock sector supplements income from crop production and other
sources and absorbs income shocks due to crop failure.
This sector contributed about 6.00% of the total GDP and provided food,
fiber, energy and medicine essential for human survival.
Indian farmers raise different variety of Goats depending on the weather,
availability of resources and need of a farmer, while some rise for meat
others raise for milk and manure.
Out of the total livestock in the country, 12.7 percent are sheep, 25.6
percent are goats.
Total ovine (sheep and goats), population has increased from 144 million in
1982 to 186 million in 2003.
The number of goats increased from 95 million in 1982 to 124 million in
2003.
Goat Meat is preferred by many communities and countries for variety of
reasons, mostly preferred in big crowd parties, Lean Meat diet for regular
consumption, religious practices etc, there are very few large scale Goat
Farms which cater the demand.
6.2.3 Regulation of Government
NPRE (National Project on Rinderpest Eradication)
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India has one of the most comprehensive set of animal protection laws
in the world. There are detailed codes of conduct governing our use and
treatment of both domestic and wild animals.
The design of a vehicle used to transport live animals must be to a
standard that it provides for the safety of the animal during loading,
transit and unloading and protect animals from unnecessary suffering,
injury and from the weather.
There are laws regarding age, health, manner, place and number of
animals that may be killed for meat.
Centrally Sponsored Scheme - Integrated Development of Small
Ruminants (Goats/Sheep) and Rabbits
To encourage sheep/goat/rabbit rearing farmers to go in for commercial
rearing rather than subsistence farming by providing incentives for
performance.
The production performance of native breeds will be improved by
regular selection and culling based on measurable indicators.
Facilitate marketing based on acceptable norms so that producer gets a
fair share of the price paid by ultimate consumer for the meat.
To encourage value addition of the products locally and help farmer
realize a better income from the animals.
6.2.4 Review
Livestock rearing has significant positive impact on equity in terms of
income and employment and poverty reduction in rural areas as distribution
of livestock is more egalitarian compared to land.
In India, over 70 percent of the rural households own livestock and a
majority of livestock owning households are small, marginal and landless
households.
Several empirical studies indicate that Small animals like sheep, goats, pigs
and poultry are largely kept by the land scarce poor households for
commercial purposes because of their low initial investment and
operational costs.
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6.3 REGIONAL SCENARIO
6.3.1 Impact of Goat Farming in Maharashtra:
Goats are among the main meat-producing animals in Maharashtra, whose
meat is one of the choicest meats and has huge domestic demand. Due to its
good economic prospects, goat rearing under intensive and semi-intensive
system for commercial production has been gaining momentum for the past
couple of years.
The emerging favorable market conditions and easy accessibility to
improved goat technologies are also catching the attention of entrepreneurs.
Animal is an important Bio-resource for mankind from the ancient days.
There has been great impact of animals on human life in Maharashtra. For
survival of man needs food and this quest of food in mainly quenched by
mans efforts at field as farmer and the resource of food provided by
livestock by several ways.
High demand for goat and its products with potential of good economic
returns have been deriving many progressive farmers, businessmen,
professionals to take up the goat enterprise on a commercial scale in
Maharashtra.
Animal husbandry has been closely associated with agriculture. In the early
stages the agriculture and animal husbandry was confined to the centers of
origin of agriculture. Goat is known as the poor man's cow all over the
world. The goat is an animal that adapts itself readily to almost any climate.
It is hardy, prolific and can be cheaply reared. Goats are mostly raised by
the landless laborers or marginal farmers. The animals are raised through
grazing on the wasteland and agricultural by products and at times on
garden and kitchen wastes. The goat also produces meat, milk, fiber, skins
and manure.
Maharashtra is famous for its indigenous breed of goats known as
Osmanabadi. The Osmanabadi goat is useful both for milk and meat.
6.3.2 Acceptance of Goat Farming in Maharashtra
The livestock sector plays an important role in the states economy; about
70% of population thrives on agriculture.
The market demand for sheep and goat and their products is available
throughout the year and there is negligible variation in prices obtained.
Due to increasing human population, the average meat availability is not
likely to exceed. Therefore rapid increase in meat production is necessary
to meet the ever-increasing demand.
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Maharashtra ranks third in Meat production & eighth in wool production
amongst all states of India.
On goat rearing approximately 48 lacs families are engaged
Sheep and goat meat production is about 34.52 % of total meat production
in the state of which 11.34 % is form sheep and 23.18 % is from goats.
Estimated average meat production per sheep and goat is 11 kg.
There are at present about 2250 Sheep & Goat breeders Coop. Societies in
the State.
Total livestock population in Aurangabad and beed district:
The Live stock resources of the district has 6.8 lakh animal units,
comprising of cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goats, poultry & pigs. At an average
price of Rs. 30,000 per animal the livestock resources of Aurangabad
district amount Rs. 2040 Crores as asset.
The livestock generate the products like milk, draft(work), meat, wool,
eggs & poultry meat (boiler chicken), skins/hides & organic manure etc.
Details of livestock population viz. cattle buffaloes, sheep, goats & poultry
is given in table below:
Sr. no. Livestock Population
1 Cattle 528536
2 Buffaloes 98849
3 Goat 354309
4 Sheep 95630
5 Horses 605
6 Ponies 127
7 Donkeys 387
8 Pigs 11671
9 Poultry 274610
Total 1364719
6.3.3 Regulation of Maharashtra Government
There are various acts and Rules Related to Animal Husbandry. These acts
help farmers to play their role.
Maharashtra State Veterinary Council Rules, 2002
Maharashtra Animal Preservation Act, 1976-
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It is proposed to introduce Livestock Development and Regulation Act for
ensuring scientific intervention in the important aspects of genetic
improvement of livestock and production of quality critical inputs for
genetic up-gradation of livestock, regulation of delivery of AI service,
export of genetic material, enforcing good management practices in
commercial farming of livestock and for taking care of issues relating to
public health, hygiene, disease control and prevention of animal cruelty etc.
Such type of legal framework has also been duly recommended by
Government of India in form of Draft Bovine Breeding Bill
There are various schemes for Animal Husbandry which is implemented by
District Animal Husbandry Offices. Following are the schemes which are
related to goat farming.
National Project on Rinderpest Eradication: In 8th Five Year Plan in State
of Maharashtra, total cattle, sheep & goat population was vaccinated
against Rinderpest disease with 100% assistance from Govt. of India. The
outbreak of Rinderpest disease was not recorded from the year 1999 in
State of Maharashtra.
Under this scheme Govt. of India is releasing grants to carry out the
surveillance program in the State of Maharashtra which includes the
surveillance of records of treated animals in Veterinary Institutes, Village
Surveillance & stock route surveillance.
Training of Dairy Development and Animal Husbandry to Farmers
This scheme is implemented by District Animal Husbandry Officer,
Zilla Parishad to create awareness about Dairy Development and
Animal Husbandry activities in farmers. The scheme is implemented
by giving training to farmers. Training includes activities involved in
Dairy and Animal Husbandry sector. The scheme is implemented
under General, TSP, OTSP & SCP category.
Supply of Goat Units to SC, ST & NB families.
This scheme is implemented by District Animal Husbandry Officer,
Zilla Parishad. The scheme is implemented by Supplying of Unitsof
Goats to SC, ST & NB families on 50% subsidyto increases
household income and to provide nutritional resources at household
level. The scheme is implemented under TSP, OTSP & SCP
category.
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6.3.4 Review
In Maharashtra NGOs like NARI, Phaltan and BAIF, Uruli-Kanchan,
Pune are implementing A.I. techniques in sheep and goat, on their farms
as well as under field conditions. NARI, Phaltan is promoting cross
breeding in goats using frozen semen of Boer goat.
Whereas BAIF is 36 Reading Material, SLTC, Pune promoting Awassi
and Madras Red breeds of sheep and Sanen, Osmanabadi, Sirohi, Barberi
and J amunapari breeds of goat.
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CHAPTER-7

STRENGTH:
Availability of Infrastructure (Water, electricity, road) in this area.
Fodder is easily available. / Availability of green fodder.
There is an institute named NARI which is one of the NGO that helps the farmers in
farming.
Promoter has experience in the field
Vast unused land resources
Preserved nature and floral diversity of grazing areas available for goat farming.
Use of modern productive technologies
Labor on the farm is cheap and available.
Availability of Veterinary facilities.
WEAKNESSES:
High cost of feeding especially during dry periods of the year.
Low level of education of individual agricultural producers
Weak technical support of agricultural extension services
Unawareness of opportunities that goat sector offers amongst farmers
Weak bonds with the primary sector and lack of associations of goat producers
OPPORTUNITIES:
High and ready market of goat meat.
Good road network.
Locally available materials
Relatively favorable subsidies for the sector
Growing interest of processing sector for goat milk
Growing foreign market of goat products
Supplies lower than demand
Relatively high prices of goat products
Existence of conditions for organic production
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Self-employment in goat sector
Opportunity to rear animals for high market demand of meat, milk & egg.
Scope for pasture development and hybrid fodder production.
THREATS:
Price fluctuation
Possible budget instability and reduction of subsidies for the sector
Increased interest rates
Increasing prices of grains (Fodder)
Outbreaks of infective diseases
Predators
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PROJECT REPORT OF DHANASHRI GOAT FARM
CHAPTER-8
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CHAPTER-9

9.1 BRIEF OF THE PROJECT:
Sr.No. Particulars Details
1 Name & Address of the
Firm
Dhanashree Goat Farm
2 Location of existing
Project
Dhanashree Goat Farm, Pimpalgaon Majara, Post
Mhalas J awala, Taluka Beed, Dist. Beed, Pin
431 122
3 Registered Office Address Dhanashree Goat Farm, Pimpalgaon Majara, Post
Mhalas J awala, Taluka Beed, Dist. Beed, Pin 431
122
4 Incorporated Under Proprietor Concern
5 Corporate Identity Number N.A.
6 Proprietor Mr. Rajendra khande
7 Business Type Agriculture / Animal Husbandry
8 Nature of Business Goat Farming
9 Promoter Group Mr. Rajendra Khande
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9.2 TOTAL CREDIT EXPOSURE OFTHE FIRM
(Amt in Lacs)
S. No. Particulars Existing Proposal for
proposed Bank
Total with
proposed bank
A. Fund Base Limit
1 Cash Credit 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 Term Loan 0.00 300.00 300.00
Total Fund Base Limit 0.00 300.00 300.00
B. Non Fund Base Limit
1 LC 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 LG 0.00 0.00 0.00
Total Non Fund Base Limit 0.00 0.00 0.00
Total Credit Exposure 0.00 300.00 300.00
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9.3 LISTOF SECURITIES (Amt in Lacs)
Security Type Particulars of Security Market Value Proposed Bank Share
Prime Security
Collateral Security
1. Equitable Mortgage of Land,
Gut no. - 172, Pimpalgoan
Mazra, Taluka and District
Beed.
2. Equitable Mortgage of shed
on Gut no. - 172,
Pimpalgoan Mazra, Taluka
and District Beed.
3. Equitable Mortgage of Land,
Gut no. - 189, Pimpalgoan
Mazra, Taluka and District
Beed.
4. Equitable Mortgage of Land,
Gut no. - 95, Malapuri
Pimpalgoan Kanada, Taluka
and District Beed.
83.00
113.90
80.00
262.50
100%
100%
100%
100%
Total Security Value 539.40
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9.4 C0ST OF PROJECT AND MEANS OF FINANCE
(Amt in Lacs)
Cost Of Project Means Of Finance
Purchase Value of Land 2.8
Construction of shed & compound 91.61 Promoters Contribution 233.17
Civil work 22.29 Proposed Bank Term Loan 300.00
Fixed Assets 0.76
Purchase Of Livestock:-
Goat Does (Female) 262.50
Goat Buck (Male) 18.75
Pre Operative Expenses 83.06
Total 481.76
Contingencies - 5% 24.09
Interest ( Moratorium Period) 27.32
TOTAL 533.17 TOTAL 533.17
PRE OPERATIVE EXPENCES
(Amt in Lacs)
Particulars Amount
Concentrate Food: 23.34
Green & Dry Fodder: 32.75
Insurance cost of Average 1530 Adult
Goat 11.25
Vet nary doctor Expenditure 2.40
Total Cost of Medicines Yearly 3.32
Water &Electricity 5.00
Wages & labour 5.00
Total 83.06
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9.5 BASE SHEET OF ASSETS AND GOATS
1 Construction Of Shed
Particulars Area (sq.ft.) Rate/unit Total Cost
Shed 16000.00 540.00 8640000.00
Compound Concrete work 427.00 400.00 170800.00
Compound fencing 1750.00 200.00 350000.00
Total 9160800.00
2 Civil work
Particulars
Area(Cu.
M.) Rate / unit Total Cost
Excavation 270.30 185.00 50005.50
Bed Concrete ( Foundation) 20.15 2850.00 57427.50
Compoundfilling 317.30 300.00 95190.00
Bed Concrete (Flooring) 65.20 2850.00 185820.00
Footing 47.20 5000.00 236000.00
Columns 35.12 5500.00 193160.00
Plinth Beams 15.30 5500.00 84150.00
Floor Beams 0.00 5500.00 0.00
Slab 0.00 5500.00 0.00
Staircase 0.00 5500.00 0.00
Lintel Chajja etc 0.00 5500.00 0.00
Reinforcement 10000.00 50.00 500000.00
Brick work - 230 mm thick 84.67 2500.00 211675.00
Brickwork - 115 mm thick 0.00 2500.00 0.00
Flooring - type 2 0.00 350.00 0.00
Internal Plaster 1230.00 175.00 215250.00
External Plaster 860.00 175.00 150500.00
Structural steel 5000.00 50.00 250000.00
Total 2229178.00
3 Chaff Cutter
Particulars Units Rate/unit Total cost
3 HP Chaff Cutter 1.00 25950.00 25950.00
Total 25950.00
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4 Electronic Weigh Machine
Particulars Units Rate/unit Total Cost
RAP - 500 Kg 750*750 mm 1.00 14500.00 14500.00
Total 14500.00
5 Refrigerator
Particulars Units Rate/unit Total Cost
LG - 270 Ltr. 1.00 17000.00 17000.00
Total 17000.00
6 Inverter and Battery
Particulars Units Rate/unit Total Cost
Microtek -UPS 860 VA 1.00 5000.00 5000.00
Power Battery - 220 AH 1.00 13500.00 13500.00
Total 18500.00
7 Goats
Particulars Units Rate/unit Total Cost
Goat Does - 50kg @ Rs.350/kg 1500.00 17500.00 26250000.00
Goat Buck 50 kg @ Rs. 1250/ kg 30.00 62500.00 1875000.00
Total 28125000.00
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9.6 INCOME FROM GOAT FARM:
Particulars 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
A. Income: from Saleable Live Stock
Saleable Livestock - Kid Male Goat 0 2048 1866 1785 1720 1667
Saleable Livestock - Kid Female Goat 0 1852 1668 1587 1522 1469
Average Weight of each Male goat kid =30kg 0 61440 55980 53550 51600 50010
Average Weight of each Female goat kid =25kg 0 46300 41700 39675 38050 36725
Total Saleable Weight of Goat 0 107740 97680 93225 89650 86735
Average market Saleable Price per Kg 300.00 330.00 363.00 399.30 439.23 483.15
Gross Income From Saleable LiveStock (A) 0.00 35554200.00 35457840.00 37224742.50 39376969.50 41906275.46
B. Income from Sellingof Manures
Total Live Stock 2654.00 3641.00 3459.00 3375.00 3300.00 3233.00
Average Production of Manures per goat in
tonnes 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80
Total Manures Productiones in Tonnes 2123.20 2912.80 2767.20 2700.00 2640.00 2586.40
Average Saleable Price of Manures in Tonnes 1500.00 1575.00 1653.75 1736.44 1823.26 1914.42
Gross Income From Saleable Manures (B) 3184800.00 4587660.00 4576257.00 4688381.25 4813404.75 4951461.95
Total Income 3184800.00 40141860.00 40034097.00 41913123.75 44190374.25 46857737.40
Expenses:
Concentrate Fodder:
Adults 1460080.00 1475193.00 1413684.00 1364400.00 1324974.00 1291026.00
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Kids 873600.00 1556052.00 1481214.00 1421346.00 1374618.00 1335926.00
Total 2333680.00 3031245.00 2894898.00 2785746.00 2699592.00 2626952.00
Green & Dry Fodder:
Adults 2401480.00 2422765.00 2319640.00 2237500.00 2171790.00 2115210.00
Kids 873600.00 1556052.00 1481214.00 1421346.00 1374618.00 1335926.00
Total 3275080.00 3978817.00 3800854.00 3658846.00 3546408.00 3451136.00
Insurance cost of Average 1530 Adult Goat 1125000.00 1125000.00 1125000.00 1125000.00 1125000.00 1125000.00
Vetenary doctor Expenditure 240000.00 264000.00 290400.00 319440.00 351384.00 386522.40
Average Cost of medicines per goat 125 131.25 137.8125 144.703125 151.938281 159.535195
Total Cost of Medicines Yearly 331750.00 477881.25 476693.44 488373.05 501396.33 515777.29
Water & Electricity 500000.00 550000.00 605000.00 665500.00 732050.00 805255.00
Wages & labour 500000.00 550000.00 605000.00 665500.00 732050.00 805255.00
Total Cost 8305510.00 9976943.25 9797845.44 9708405.05 9687880.33 9715897.69
Net surplus -5120710.00 30164916.75 30236251.56 32204718.70 34502493.92 37141839.72
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9.7 BASE SHEET OF POPULATION:
Sr.
No. Assumption F.Y. 2013-14 F.Y. 2014-15 F.Y. 2015-16 F.Y. 2016-17 F.Y. 2017-18 F.Y. 2018-19
May October April October April October April October April October April October
Purchase
1st
Breeding
2nd
breeding
3rd
breeding
4th
breeding
5th
breeding
6th
breeding
7th
breeding
8th
breeding
9th
breeding
10th
breeding
11th
breeding
1 Adult Goat
Male 30 28 29 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30
Female 1500 1350 1314 1282 1254 1228 1206 1186 1168 1152 1136
Total 1530 1378 1343 1312 1284 1258 1236 1216 1198 1182 1166
2
Generation Of New
Born 60 %twinning 1800 1620 1577 1538 1505 1474 1447 1423 1402 1382 1363
40%single 600 540 526 513 502 491 482 474 467 461 454
Total New Born
Goat 2400 2160 2103 2051 2007 1965 1929 1897 1869 1843 1817
Out of Total New
Born Male
Expected 50% 1200 1080 1052 1026 1004 983 965 949 935 922 909
Out of Total New
Born Female
Expected 50% 1200 1080 1051 1025 1003 982 964 948 934 921 908
3
Mortality during
birth
Adult Goat
Female 5% 75 68 66 64 63 61 60 59 58 58 57
Kids
Male 5% 60 54 53 51 50 49 48 47 47 46 45
Female 5% 60 54 53 51 50 49 48 47 47 46 45
4
Mortality due to
other factors
Adult Goat
Male 5% 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
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Female 5% 75 68 66 64 63 61 60 59 58 58 57
Kids
Male 5% 60 54 53 51 50 49 48 47 47 46 45
Female 5% 60 54 53 51 50 49 48 47 47 46 45
5
Total number of
Goats
Adult Goat
Male 28 27 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28
Female 1350 1214 1182 1154 1128 1106 1086 1068 1052 1036 1022
Total 1378 1241 1210 1182 1156 1134 1114 1096 1080 1064 1050
Kids
Male 1080 972 946 924 904 885 869 855 841 830 819
Female 1080 972 945 923 903 884 868 854 840 829 818
Total 2160 1944 1891 1847 1807 1769 1737 1709 1681 1659 1637
6
Live Stock Reserved
for Next
Reproduction Cycle
Kids
Male 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
Female 0 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Total 0 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102
7 Saleable Live Stock
Kids
Male 0 0 1078 970 944 922 902 883 867 853 839 828
Female 0 0 980 872 845 823 803 784 768 754 740 729
Total 0 0 2058 1842 1789 1745 1705 1667 1635 1607 1579 1557
8 ClosingLive Stock
Adult Goat
Male 0 28 29 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30
Female 0 1350 1314 1282 1254 1228 1206 1186 1168 1152 1136 1122
Total 0 1378 1343 1312 1284 1258 1236 1216 1198 1182 1166 1152
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Kids
Male 0 1080 972 946 924 904 885 869 855 841 830 819
Female 0 1080 972 945 923 903 884 868 854 840 829 818
Total 0 2160 1944 1891 1847 1807 1769 1737 1709 1681 1659 1637
9
Maximum
Population for
Calculation of
Fodder
Adult Goat
Male 30 28 29 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30
Female 1500 1350 1314 1282 1254 1228 1206 1186 1168 1152 1136 1122
Total 1530 1378 1343 1312 1284 1258 1236 1216 1198 1182 1166 1152
Kids
Male 0 1200 1080 1052 1026 1004 983 965 949 935 922 909
Female 0 1200 1080 1051 1025 1003 982 964 948 934 921 908
Total 0 2400 2160 2103 2051 2007 1965 1929 1897 1869 1843 1817
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9.8 BASE SHEET OF FODDER
CONCENTRATE FEED REQUIREMENT: ADULT/KIDS
Particulars F.Y. 2013-14 F.Y. 2014-15 F.Y. 2015-16 F.Y. 2016-17 F.Y. 2017-18 F.Y. 2018-19
May - Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March
Total Maximum
Population 1530 1378 1343 1312 1284 1258 1236 1216 1198 1182 1166 1152
Male 30 28 29 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30
Female 1500 1350 1314 1282 1254 1228 1206 1186 1168 1152 1136 1122
Reqt. Per animal
(kgs) / day
Male 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
Female 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3
Total Requirement 69750 76258 74792 72727 71590 69779 68954 67486 66868 65629 65111 63991
Cost per Kg 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00
Total Cost 697500.00 762580.00 747921.00 727272.00 715896.00 697788.00 689544.00 674856.00 668682.00 656292.00 651114.00 639912.00
Concentrate Feed
Requirement : Kids
Particulars F.Y. 2013-14 F.Y. 2014-15 F.Y. 2015-16 F.Y. 2016-17 F.Y. 2017-18 F.Y. 2018-19
April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March
Maximum
Population 0 2400 2160 2103 2051 2007 1965 1929 1897 1869 1843 1817
Reqt. Per animal
(kgs) / day 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
Total Requirement 0 87360 79056 76549 75067 73055 71919 70216 69430 68032 67454 66139
Cost per Kg 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00
Total Cost 0.00 873600.00 790560.00 765492.00 750666.00 730548.00 719190.00 702156.00 694302.00 680316.00 674538.00 661388.00
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GREEN AND DRY FOODER
Green And Dry Fodder : Adults
Particulars F.Y. 2013-14 F.Y. 2014-15 F.Y. 2015-16 F.Y. 2016-17 F.Y. 2017-18
F.Y. 2018-19
May - Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep.
Oct -
March
Maximum
Population 1530 1378 1343 1312 1284 1258 1236 1216 1198 1182 1166 1152
Reqt. Per animal
(kgs) / day 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Total
Requirement 1147500 1253980 1228845 1193920 1174860 1144780 1130940 1106560 1096170 1075620 1066890 1048320
Cost per Kg 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Cost 1147500.00 1253980.00 1228845.00 1193920.00 1174860.00 1144780.00 1130940.00 1106560.00 1096170.00 1075620.00 1066890.00 1048320.00
Green And Dry Fodder : Kids
Particulars F.Y. 2013-14 F.Y. 2014-15 F.Y. 2015-16 F.Y. 2016-17 F.Y. 2017-18 F.Y. 2018-19
May - Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep. Oct -March April -Sep.
Oct -
March
Maximum
Population 0 2400 2160 2103 2051 2007 1965 1929 1897 1869 1843 1817
Reqt. Per animal
(kgs) / day 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
Total
Requirement 0 873600 790560 765492 750666 730548 719190 702156 694302 680316 674538 661388
Cost per Kg 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
Total Cost 0.00 873600.00 790560.00 765492.00 750666.00 730548.00 719190.00 702156.00 694302.00 680316.00 674538.00 661388.00
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9.9 CASH FLOW
(Amt in Lacs)
FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 TOTAL
RECEIPT
NET INCOME FROM GOAT FARM 31.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42 1674.35
PROMOTER CONTRIBUTION 95.17 138.00 233.17
BANK'S LOAN 300.00 300.00
GROSSRECEIPT 95.17 469.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42 2207.52
EXPENDITURE
PURCHSE OF FIXED ASSETS 0.76 0.76
Land & CONSTRUCTION OF SHED AND
OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE 94.41 22.29 116.70
PURCHASE OF DOES 262.50 262.50
PURCHASE OF BUCK 18.75 18.75
CONTINENGENCIES 24.09 24.09
PRE OPERATIVE EXPENSES 83.06
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REPAYMENT OF LOAN - INTEREST 27.32 28.61 22.31 16.01 9.71 3.41 107.38
REPAYMENT OF LOAN - PRINCIPAL 0.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 300.00
TOTAL EXPENDITURE 95.17 438.00 88.61 82.31 76.01 69.71 63.41 913.23
NET CASH GENERATION 0.00 31.85 213.04 220.05 246.03 275.31 308.01 1294.29
ACCUMULATED CASH GENERATION 0.00 31.85 244.88 464.93 710.97 986.28 1294.29 0.00
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9.10 STOCK OF LIVESTOCK
(Amt in Lacs)
Category 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
Adult Male
Number 28 30 30 30 30 30
Value/ male 62500.00 62500.00 62500.00 62500.00 62500.00 62500.00
Total Value 1750000.00 1875000.00 1875000.00 1875000.00 1875000.00 1875000.00
Adult Female
Number 1350 1282 1228 1186 1152 1122
Value/ female 17500.00 17500.00 17500.00 17500.00 17500.00 17500.00
Total Value 23625000.00 22435000.00 21490000.00 20755000.00 20160000.00 19635000.00
Grand Total 25375000.00 24310000.00 23365000.00 22630000.00 22035000.00 21510000.00
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9.11 PROJECTION OPERATING STATEMENT (Amt in Lacs)
Particulars Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 TOTAL
Production during the year (Quantity)
%Utilization of installed capacity
Sales
1. Gross Sales 0.00 31.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42 1674.35
Less: Excise /VAT 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3.Net Sales 0.00 31.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42 1674.35
Cost of production
1. Raw material consumed 0.00 56.09 70.10 66.96 64.45 62.46 60.78 380.83
2.Power & Fuel 0.00 5.00 5.50 6.05 6.66 7.32 8.05 38.58
3.Direct labour & wages 0.00 5.00 5.50 6.05 6.66 7.32 8.05 38.58
4.Depreciation/ Development Rebate
Reserve
0.00 0.00 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11 56.91
Total Cost of production 0.00 66.09 95.01 91.57 89.01 87.23 86.00 514.90
Add: Opening stock - finished goods 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Deduct: Closing stock- finished goods 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Cost Of Sales 0.00 66.09 95.01 91.57 89.01 87.23 86.00 514.90
Gross Profit (B-D) 0.00 -34.24 206.64 210.79 233.04 257.80 285.42 1159.45
Interest on
1. Term Loans 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2. Proposed Term loan 0.00 27.32 28.61 22.31 16.01 9.71 3.41 107.38
3. Other Loans if any 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Selling, General & Administrative Expenses 0.00 16.97 18.67 18.92 19.33 19.78 20.27 113.94
Profit before Taxation {E-(F+G)} 0.00 -78.52 159.36 169.56 197.69 228.31 261.74 938.14
Provision for Taxes 0.00 0.00 15.94 16.96 19.77 22.83 26.17 101.67
Net Profit (H-I) 0.00 -78.52 143.43 152.60 177.93 205.48 235.56 836.47
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9.12 PROJECTED BALANCE SHEET
(Amt in Lacs)
Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 TOTAL
A. Liabilities
1. Equity Share Capital 95.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 1494.17
2. Reserve & Surplus 0.00 0.00 64.90 152.60 177.93 205.48 235.56 836.47
3.Proposed Term Loan 0.00 240.00 180.00 120.00 60.00 0.00 0.00 600.00
4. Sundry Creditors 0.00 2.30 2.88 2.75 2.65 2.57 2.50 15.65
5. Provision for Tax 0.00 0.00 15.94 16.96 19.77 22.83 26.17 101.67
6. Current liabilities - Proposed loan 0.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 0.00 300.00
Total Liabilities 95.17 535.47 556.89 585.48 553.51 524.04 497.40 3347.96
B. Assets
1. Gross Block 95.17 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55 944.45
2.Depreciation 0.00 0.00 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11 56.91
3. Net Block 95.17 141.55 127.64 129.04 130.29 131.42 132.44 887.54
4. Livestock 0.00 253.75 243.10 233.65 226.30 220.35 215.10 1392.25
5. Sundry Debtors 0.00 2.62 24.79 24.85 26.47 28.36 30.53 137.62
6. Other Current Assets 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
7. Pre operative expenses 0.00 78.52 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 78.52
8. Cash & Bank Balances 0.00 59.03 161.35 197.94 170.45 143.91 119.34 852.02
Total Assets 95.17 535.47 556.89 585.48 553.51 524.04 497.40 3347.96
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9.13 CMA OPERATING STATEMENT: (Amt in Lacs)
Particulars Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
2018-19
1 Gross Sales 0.00 31.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42
I) Domestic Sales 0.00 31.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42
ii) Export Sales 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 Less : Excise Duty
3 Net Sales 0.00 31.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42
4 %age rise(+) or fall (-) in net sales
5 Cost of Sales
I) Raw Material (incl. stores and other items
used in process of mfg.)
0.00 56.09 70.10 66.96 64.45 62.46 60.78
a) Imported
b) Indigenous 0.00 56.09 70.10 66.96 64.45 62.46 60.78
ii) Other spares 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
a) Imported 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
b) Indigenous 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
iii) Power & Fuel 0.00 5.00 5.50 6.05 6.66 7.32 8.05
iv) Direct labour (factory wages & labour) 0.00 5.00 5.50 6.05 6.66 7.32 8.05
v) Other manufacturing expenses 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
vi) Depreciation (on assets for mfg.) 0.00 0.00 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11
vii) SUB-TOTAL 0.00 66.09 95.01 91.57 89.01 87.23 86.00
viii) Add : Opening stock-in-process 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Sub-Total 0.00 66.09 95.01 91.57 89.01 87.23 86.00
ix) Deduct : Closing stock-in-process 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
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x) Cost of Production 0.00 66.09 95.01 91.57 89.01 87.23 86.00
xi) Add : Opening stock of finished goods 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Add: Purchase of finished goods
Sub-Total 0.00 66.09 95.01 91.57 89.01 87.23 86.00
xii) Deduct : Closing stock of finished goods 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
xiii) SUB TOTAL (Total cost of sales) 0.00 66.09 95.01 91.57 89.01 87.23 86.00
6 Selling, general and admns. Expenses (incl. depr.
of assets which are not used for mfg.)
0.00 16.97 18.67 18.92 19.33 19.78 20.27
7 SUB TOTAL 0.00 83.06 113.68 110.49 108.34 107.01 106.27
8 Operating profit before interest 0.00 -51.21 187.97 191.87 213.71 238.02 265.15
9 Interest 0.00 27.32 28.61 22.31 16.01 9.71 3.41
10 Operating profit after interest 0.00 -78.52 159.36 169.56 197.69 228.31 261.74
11 I) Add : Other non-operating income
a) Duty draw-back etc.
b) Others 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Sub Total (income) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
ii) Deduct other non-operating expenses
a) Transfer to export business reserve 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
b) Others 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Sub-Total (expenses) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
iii) Net of other non-operating income/expenses
(net of 11(I) & (ii))
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
12 Profit before tax / loss 0.00 -78.52 159.36 169.56 197.69 228.31 261.74
13 Provision for taxation 0.00 0.00 15.94 16.96 19.77 22.83 26.17
14 Net profit / loss 0.00 -78.52 143.43 152.60 177.93 205.48 235.56
15 a) equity dividend 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
0.00
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b) Dividend rate
16 Retained profit 0.00 -78.52 143.43 152.60 177.93 205.48 235.56
17 Retained profit / Net profit (%) #DIV/0! 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
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9.14 CMA CURRENT LIABILITIES: (Amt in Lacs)
LIABILITIES Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
CURRENT LIABILITIES
1 Short-term borrowing from banks (incl. bill
purchased / discounted & excess borrowing
placed on repayment basis
I) From applicant bank 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
ii) From other banks 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
iii) (of which BP and BD)
TOTAL BANK BORROWINGS 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 Short-term borrowing from others
3 Sundry creditors (Trade) 0.00 2.30 2.88 2.75 2.65 2.57 2.50
4 Advancepayment from customers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
5 Provision for taxation 0.00 0.00 15.94 16.96 19.77 22.83 26.17
6 Dividend payable
7 Other statutory liabilities (due within one yr) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
8 Deposits / instalments of term loans / DPG /
debentures (due within one year)
0.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 0.00
9 Other current liabilities and provisions due
within one year
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
I) Inter-corporate deposits 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
ii)Others 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
10 OTHER CURRENT LIABILITIES 0.00 62.30 78.82 79.71 82.42 85.40 28.67
TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES 0.00 62.30 78.82 79.71 82.42 85.40 28.67
11 Debentures (not maturing within one year)
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12 Redeemable preference share (redeemaable
after one year)
13 Term Loans (excl. installments payable within 1
yr.)
0.00 240.00 180.00 120.00 60.00 0.00 0.00
14 Deferred Payment Credits (excl. installments
due within 1 year)
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
15 Term Deposits (repayable after 1 year) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
16 Other term liabilities - Unsecured Loans 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
17 TOTAL TERM LIABILITIES 0.00 240.00 180.00 120.00 60.00 0.00 0.00
18 TOTAL OUTSIDE LIABILITIES(10+17) 0.00 302.30 258.82 199.71 142.42 85.40 28.67
NET WORTH
19 Partners' capital 95.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17
20 Preference Share Capital (maturing after 12 yrs.) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
21 A) General reserve 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
B) Development rebate reserve / Investment
allowance reserve
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
22 Other reserve (excluding provisions) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
23 Surplus / deficit in P&L a/c 0.00 0.00 64.90 152.60 177.93 205.48 235.56
24 NET WORTH 95.17 233.17 298.07 385.77 411.09 438.64 468.73
25 TOTAL LIABILITIES(18+24) 95.17 535.47 556.89 585.48 553.51 524.04 497.40
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9.15 CMA CURRENT ASSETS: (Amt in Lacs)
ASSETS Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
CURRENT ASSETS
26 Cash & Bank Balances 59.03 161.35 197.94 170.45 143.91 119.34
27 Investments (other than long term)
i) Govt. & other trustee securities
ii) Fixed Deposits with banks
28 I) Receivables other than deferred &
exposrts(incl. bill purchase / disc.)
2.62 24.79 24.85 26.47 28.36 30.53
ii) Export receivables (incl.bills purchsed
& discounted
29 Installment of deferred receivables
30 Inventory 253.75 243.10 233.65 226.30 220.35 215.10
I) Raw materials (incl. stores & other
items used in the process of
manufacturing
a) Imported
b) Indigenous
ii) Stock-in-process
iii) Finished Goods 253.75 243.10 233.65 226.30 220.35 215.10
iv) Other consumables stores & spares
31 Advance to suppliers
32 Advance payment of taxes
33 Other current assets
34 TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 315.40 429.24 456.44 423.22 392.62 364.96
FIXED ASSETS
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35 Gross block (land & building,machinery,
work-in-progress
95.17 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55
36 Depreciation to date 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11
37 Net Block 95.17 141.55 127.64 129.04 130.29 131.42 132.44
OTHER NON CURRENT ASSETS
38 Investments / book-debts / advance
deposits which are non-current assets
i) a) Investments in subsidiaries/ affiliate
b) Others
ii) Advance to suppliers of capital goods
iii) Deferred receivables (maturing after
1 year)
39 Other non consuamable stores & spares
40 Other non-current assets (int. suspense)
41 TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS
42 Intangible assets (Goodwill patents, Pre-
expenses, bad & doubtful debts)
78.52
43 TOTAL ASSETS 95.17 535.47 556.89 585.48 553.51 524.04 497.40
44 TANGIBLE NET WORTH 95.17 154.64 298.07 385.77 411.09 438.64 468.73
45 NET WORKING CAPITAL 253.10 350.43 376.74 340.80 307.22 336.29
46 CURRENT RATIO #DIV/0! 5.06 5.45 5.73 5.14 4.60 12.73
51 TOTAL OUTSIDE LIABILITIES/TNW 1.95 0.87 0.52 0.35 0.19 0.06
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9.16 CMA FINANCIAL POSITION
(Amt in Lacs)
Particulars Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
a) Paid up Capital : 95.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17
- Equity 95.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17 233.17
- Preference Share 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
b) Tangible Net worth (Excl. rev. reserve
& net of intangible assets)
95.17 233.17 298.07 385.77 411.09 438.64 468.73
c) Investment in cos.(of which associated
companies/ subsidiaries)
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
d) Adjusted TNW 95.17 154.64 298.07 385.77 411.09 438.64 468.73
e) Quasi Capital
f) Capital Employed*(total funds
employed)
95.17 394.64 478.07 505.77 471.09 438.64 468.73
g) Net Block 95.17 141.55 127.64 129.04 130.29 131.42 132.44
h) Net sales : Domestic 0.00 31.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42
Exports 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Total 0.00 31.85 301.65 302.36 322.05 345.02 371.42
i) Other Income 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
j) Depreciation 0.00 0.00 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11
k) Gross Profit/Loss 0.00 -51.21 201.88 204.38 224.96 248.15 274.26
l) Net profit/loss 0.00 -78.52 143.43 152.60 177.93 205.48 235.56
m) Cash Accruals (l+k) 0.00 -78.52 157.33 165.12 189.18 215.60 244.67
n) Net profit / Capital Employed (%) 0.00% -19.90% 30.00% 30.17% 37.77% 46.84% 50.26%
o) Current Assets 0.00 315.40 429.24 456.44 423.22 392.62 364.96
p) Current Liabilities 0.00 62.30 78.82 79.71 82.42 85.40 28.67
RATIOS:
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q) Current Ratio #DIV/0! 5.06 5.45 5.73 5.14 4.60 12.73
r) Debt/Equity :
Total Term Liab./TNW 0.00 1.55 0.60 0.31 0.15 0.00 0.00
Total Outside Liab./ TNW 0.00 1.95 0.87 0.52 0.35 0.19 0.06
s) Profitability %: PAT/Net Sales #DIV/0! -246.56% 47.55% 50.47% 55.25% 59.55% 63.42%
t) DSCR a) Company as a whole #DIV/0! -1.31 2.62 2.75 3.15 3.59 #DIV/0!
b) For specific TL
u) Interest Coverage #DIV/0! -1.87 7.06 9.16 14.05 25.55 80.37
v) Inventory +Receivables/ Sales 0.00% 84.99% 88.60% 80.27% 73.26% 66.96% #REF!
Debt quasi equity ratio 0.00 1.30 0.87 0.52 0.35 0.19 0.06
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9.17 DRAW DOWN PLAN.
(Amt in Lacs)
Month/Year Particulars
Bank Loan
Disb
Promoters
Cont. Total
March,2013
Land & Construction of shed & compound
0.00 94.41 94.41
March, 2013 Purchase Of Fixed Assets 0.00 0.76 0.76
April,2013 Purchase of goat does and buck(50 %) 140.63 0.00 140.63
May, 2013 Purchase of goat does and buck(50 %) 140.63 0.00 140.63
June,2013 Civil Works 18.75 3.54 22.29
June,2013 Contingencies +Interest 0.00 51.40 51.40
March,2014 Pre Operative Expenses 0.00 83.06 83.06
Total 300.00 233.17 533.17
PROJECT IMPLIMANTATION.
Activity Commencement date Completion date
Construction of shed & compound Jan ,2013 March,2013
Purchase Of Fixed Assets March, 2013 March, 2013
Purchase of goat does and buck(50 %) April,2013 April,2013
Purchase of goat does and buck(50 %) May,2013 May,2013
Civil Works April,2013 June,2013
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9.18 DSCR: (Amt in Lacs)
Particulars 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 TOTAL
Net Profit
0.00 -78.52 143.43 152.60 177.93 205.48 235.56 836.47
Depreciation
0.00 0.00 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11 56.91
Interest
0.00 27.32 28.61 22.31 16.01 9.71 3.41 107.38
A. Total cash accrual
0.00 -51.21 185.94 187.43 205.19 225.32 248.09 1000.76
Installment of Term loan
0.00 0.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 300.00
Interest
0.00 27.32 28.61 22.31 16.01 9.71 3.41 107.38
B. Total
0.00 27.32 88.61 82.31 76.01 69.71 63.41 407.38
DSCR =A/B
0.00 -1.87 2.10 2.28 2.70 3.23 3.91 2.46
Average DSCR
2.46
9.19 ISCR: (Amt in Lacs)
Particulars 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
2018-19
TOTAL
Net Profit
0.00 -78.52 143.43 152.60 177.93 205.48 235.56 836.47
Depreciation
0.00 0.00 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11 56.91
Interest
0.00 27.32 28.61 22.31 16.01 9.71 3.41 107.38
A. Total cash accrual
0.00 -51.21 185.94 187.43 205.19 225.32 248.09 1000.76
Interest
0.00 27.32 28.61 22.31 16.01 9.71 3.41 107.38
B. Total
0.00 27.32 28.61 22.31 16.01 9.71 3.41 107.38
ISCR =A/B
0.00 -1.87 6.50 8.40 12.81 23.20 72.70 9.32
Average ISCR 9.32
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9.20 INTEREST CALCULATOR :
Principal 30000000
Tenure 72
ROI 10.50%
Moratorium 12 months
Month -Year Month Interest Disbursement Repayment ofPrincipal O/s Yearly interest Repayment of Principal
0 0.00
Apr-13 1 0.00 14062500.00 0.00 14062500.00
May-13 2 123046.88 14062500.00 0.00 28125000.00
Jun-13 3 246093.75 1875000.00 0.00 30000000.00
Jul-13 4 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00
Aug-13 5 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00
Sep-13 6 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00
Oct-13 7 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00
Nov-13 8 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00
Dec-13 9 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00
Jan-14 10 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00
Feb-14 11 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00
Mar-14 12 262500.00 0.00 30000000.00 2731640.63 0.00
Apr-14 13 262500.00 500000.00 29500000.00
May-14 14 258125.00 500000.00 29000000.00
Jun-14 15 253750.00 500000.00 28500000.00
Jul-14 16 249375.00 500000.00 28000000.00
Aug-14 17 245000.00 500000.00 27500000.00
Sep-14 18 240625.00 500000.00 27000000.00
Oct-14 19 236250.00 500000.00 26500000.00
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Nov-14 20 231875.00 500000.00 26000000.00
Dec-14 21 227500.00 500000.00 25500000.00
Jan-15 22 223125.00 500000.00 25000000.00
Feb-15 23 218750.00 500000.00 24500000.00
Mar-15 24 214375.00 500000.00 24000000.00 2861250.00 6000000.00
Apr-15 25 210000.00 500000.00 23500000.00
May-15 26 205625.00 500000.00 23000000.00
Jun-15 27 201250.00 500000.00 22500000.00
Jul-15 28 196875.00 500000.00 22000000.00
Aug-15 29 192500.00 500000.00 21500000.00
Sep-15 30 188125.00 500000.00 21000000.00
Oct-15 31 183750.00 500000.00 20500000.00
Nov-15 32 179375.00 500000.00 20000000.00
Dec-15 33 175000.00 500000.00 19500000.00
Jan-16 34 170625.00 500000.00 19000000.00
Feb-16 35 166250.00 500000.00 18500000.00
Mar-16 36 161875.00 500000.00 18000000.00 2231250.00 6000000.00
Apr-16 37 157500.00 500000.00 17500000.00
May-16 38 153125.00 500000.00 17000000.00
Jun-16 39 148750.00 500000.00 16500000.00
Jul-16 40 144375.00 500000.00 16000000.00
Aug-16 41 140000.00 500000.00 15500000.00
Sep-16 42 135625.00 500000.00 15000000.00
Oct-16 43 131250.00 500000.00 14500000.00
Nov-16 44 126875.00 500000.00 14000000.00
Dec-16 45 122500.00 500000.00 13500000.00
Jan-17 46 118125.00 500000.00 13000000.00
Feb-17 47 113750.00 500000.00 12500000.00
Mar-17 48 109375.00 500000.00 12000000.00 1601250.00 6000000.00
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Apr-17 49 105000.00 500000.00 11500000.00
May-17 50 100625.00 500000.00 11000000.00
Jun-17 51 96250.00 500000.00 10500000.00
Jul-17 52 91875.00 500000.00 10000000.00
Aug-17 53 87500.00 500000.00 9500000.00
Sep-17 54 83125.00 500000.00 9000000.00
Oct-17 55 78750.00 500000.00 8500000.00
Nov-17 56 74375.00 500000.00 8000000.00
Dec-17 57 70000.00 500000.00 7500000.00
Jan-18 58 65625.00 500000.00 7000000.00
Feb-18 59 61250.00 500000.00 6500000.00
Mar-18 60 56875.00 500000.00 6000000.00 971250.00 6000000.00
Apr-18 61 52500.00 500000.00 5500000.00
May-18 62 48125.00 500000.00 5000000.00
Jun-18 63 43750.00 500000.00 4500000.00
Jul-18 64 39375.00 500000.00 4000000.00
Aug-18 65 35000.00 500000.00 3500000.00
Sep-18 66 30625.00 500000.00 3000000.00
Oct-18 67 26250.00 500000.00 2500000.00
Nov-18 68 21875.00 500000.00 2000000.00
Dec-18 69 17500.00 500000.00 1500000.00
Jan-19 70 13125.00 500000.00 1000000.00
Feb-19 71 8750.00 500000.00 500000.00
Mar-19 72 4375.00 500000.00 0.00 341250.00 6000000.00
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9.21 DEPRECIATION
(Amt in Lacs)
No. Assets Dep Rate Gross Block Contingencies
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
1 Agricultural land 0.00% 2.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Addition 2.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
WDV 2.80 2.80 2.80 2.80 2.80 2.80 2.80
2
Construction and Civil work
(Shed) 10.00% 0.00 24.09 0.00 0.00 13.80 12.42 11.18 10.06 9.05
Addition and contingencies 91.61 46.38 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
WDV 91.61 137.99 124.19 111.77 100.59 90.53 81.48
2 Machinery & Tools 15.00% 0.26 0.00 0.00 0.04 0.03 0.03 0.02 0.02
Addition 0.26 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
WDV 0.26 0.26 0.22 0.19 0.16 0.14 0.12
3 Electronic Weight machine 15.00% 0.15 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.01 0.01
Addition 0.15 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
WDV 0.15 0.15 0.13 0.11 0.09 0.08 0.07
4 Battery and Inverter 15.00% 0.19 0.00 0.00 0.03 0.02 0.02 0.02 0.01
Addition 0.19 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
WDV 0.19 0.19 0.16 0.14 0.12 0.10 0.08
5 Refrigerator 10.00% 0.17 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.02 0.01 0.01 0.01
Addition 0.17 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
WDV 0.17 0.17 0.15 0.14 0.12 0.11 0.10
Gross Blockfor B/SPurpose 3.57 95.17 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55 141.55
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Total Depreciation Yearly for
P&L 0.00 0.00 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11
WDV Yearly 95.18 141.56 127.65 115.14 103.89 93.76 84.65
Total Depreciation For B/S
Purpose 0.00 0.00 13.91 12.51 11.26 10.13 9.11
Net Block For B/SPurpose 95.17 141.55 127.64 129.04 130.29 131.42 132.44
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CHAPTER- 10
Based on the information, analysis, explanations and assumptions in preceding chapters, it can be
concluded that the proposed project of Dhanashree Goat Farm is technically feasible and
economically viable. The assumptions considered for working out the above profitability are
based on the existing pattern & individual service base.