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Shivamrut Milk Union

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PROCUREMENT


The rated milk handling capacity of the Shivamrut Dairy is 1.2 Lakh Liters per day and that of 2 chilling centers. Dudh Sangh covers 150 village level dairy co-operatives on 33 milk routes for Milk procurement every day.

During the year 2018-2019, the average milk procurement is 1.2 Lakh Liters per day. The ratio of Buffalo Milk to Cow Milk procurement is 47:49% respectively. The average Fat and SNF of Buffalo milk is FAT 4.2% SNF 8.6% Average milk purchase price for Buffalo milk is Rs. 44.39 and for Cow milk is Rs. 28.95

Various Prizes and scheme for DCS and Milk Producer are given in order to improve milk procurement.


A. Milk quantity and quality Prizes

To increase milk production and quality of milk from year 1990 different prizes are given to primary DCS by our Union that are listed below.

1. To DCS giving maximum milk to union. (Buffalo And Cow Milk)
2. To DCS giving high quality milk.
3. To DCS giving maximum Buffalo milk to Union.
4. To Women DCS giving maximum Buffalo/Cow milk to Union.

From each category Tahasil & District wise three numbers are selected for prize. The prizes are given after completion of year.


B. Shivamrut Employee Award

From year 11-12 we have started Shivamrut Employee Awards for calves registered under calf rearing scheme and started milk production. The competition is conducted throughout district, three number of Buffalo & Cow are drawn for giving award of Shivamrut Employee, These awards are given during Annual general meeting of Union.


C. Cattle Feed

Cattle feed plant started in 1984.


D. Milk Producers Provident Fund Scheme

For getting financial support to rural milk producer at his retirement age, Shivamrut has started Provident Fund Scheme for milk producer through primary DCS. In scheme A milk producer and milk union contributes 15 paise per liter and DCS contributes 10 paise per liter.


E. 'Farmers' Insurance Package Scheme

Our Union and the New India Assurance Co. Ltd., Solapur branch, have implemented jointly 'Farmers' Insurance Package Scheme for the Milk Producer of Solapur district . The main object of this scheme is to provide maximum benefits to the insured with minimum premium. The risk area covers destruction of bio gas, two milch animals of the milk producer due to fire, earthquake, food and cyclone in addition to accidental risk coverage for the milk producer and his/her spouse. Accidental risk covers death, permanent disability and hospitalization expenses. The amount of yearly premium is fixed at Rs.750/- This amount of premium is paid to the Insurance Company at once by Our Shivamrut Milk Union, and later on it is recovered by Union in 10 equal installments through concerned dairy co-operative society. Total coverage is 3.7 lakhs

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Shivamrut Milk Union

Shri. Shankarrao Mohite-Patil

Founder

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Rajsinh Shankarrao Mohite-Patil

Technical Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Dhairyasheel Rajsinh Mohite-Patil

Chairman

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Savata Yashwant Dope

Vice Chairman

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. RanjitsinhVijaysinh Mohite-Patil

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Dattatray Ramchandra Bhilare

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Dattatray Eknath Awatade

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Bhimrao Ghena Salunkhe

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Udhavrao Srimanth Jadhav

Director

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Hon. Shri. Vitthal Jangalu Jadhav

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Navnath Maruti Nilate

Director

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Hon. Shri. Ashok Atmaram Bhange

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Hanmanth Krushna Shinde

Director

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Hon. Shri. Harishchandra Gorakh Magar

Director

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Hon. Shri. Rajendra Pundalik Deshmukh

Director

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Hon. Shri. Vijay Mahadeo Narute

Director

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Hon. Shri. Sangramsinh Dattatray Rananaware

Director

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Hon. Shri. Sanjay Madhukar More

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Dadasaheb Kashinath Shingade

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Laxman Agatrao Pawar

Technical Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Jagannath Sitaram Khude

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Smt. Sharadha Bhagwat Pise

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Smt. Nandabai Dilip Magar

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Smt. Rupali Sunil Jadhav

Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Ranjit Laxman Sul

Government Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

Hon. Shri. Raviraj Shankarrao Inamdar-Deshmukh

Managing Director

Shivamrut Milk Union

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About Us

SHIVAMRUT CO-OPERATIVE MILK PRODUCERS UNION

Shivamrut Milk Union

was established on 27th January, 1976 under the Co-operative Societies Act. Initially five talukas from Solapur District, Maharashtra State in India namely Malshiras, Sangola, Pandharpur, Mangalwedha and Karmala were brought under the operational area of this Milk Union. Presently the activities of this Milk Union are mainly concentrated within Malshiras taluka and its surrounding villages thereby covering 236 village collection centres. On the ideological lines of the Late SAHAKAR MAHARSHI SHANKARRAO MOHITE-PATIL and under the valuable guidance of Hon. Shri. Vijaysinh S. Mohite-Patil, along with the Board of Directors, this organization is continuously marching ahead on the path of progress. Due to effective implementation of this program, income generated from Dairy business tuned to Rs. 250 crores annually in this area, thereby creating self employments to about 40,000 rural families within this taluka. OBJECTIVES OF SHIVAMRUT CO-OPERATIVE MILK PRODUCERS UNION The Milk Union is offering to the beneficiaries a package deal of basic necessities to meet different needs, to the milk producers in procurement, marketing of milk, biological and medicinal inputs, cattle feed etc. To achieve this aim, the following objectives are defined and implemented by the Milk Union. 1) To organize and arrange the activity of milk procurement from the milk producers to the Milk Union. 2) To process milk by Homogenization and Pasteurization in a highly sanitary condition. 3) To find assured and remunerative market for milk and milk products. 4) To perform a role of catalyst in the process of securing financial inputs 5) To make available medicinal and biological inputs for the dairy animals in the area. 6) To undertake production and supply of nutritious and balanced cattle feed. 7) To work as an agency for insuring the dairy cattle and for pursuing the insurance settlement claim of cattle owners, with the insurance companies. To perform a function of disseminating modern technical knowhow to the farmers in the area by organizing Extension and Training Programs regularly.

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