The Union Cabinet expands the National Livelihood Mission with new support provisions.

The National Livelihood Operation (NLM) is now more active because the Union government on Wednesday decided to change the system. According to a government statement, the system has a capital subsidy of 50 percent. Individuals, FPOs, SHGs, JLGs, FCOs and Section 8 companies will get up to Rs 50 lakh for setting up horse, mule and camel businesses. In addition, the state government helps in the conservation of horse, donkey and camel breeds. Government will provide ₹ 10 crore for setting up horse, donkey and camel semen farms and breeding facilities.

Similarly, 50% capital subsidy up to ₹ 50 lakh can be given to private companies and start-ups, SHGs, FPOs, FCOs, JLGs , Farmers Cooperative Societies (FCO) and Section 8 companies are creating infrastructure for processing fodder seed. This includes the construction of infrastructure such as the construction of buildings, reception sheds, dryers, machinery, sorting facilities and seed storage. The rest of the project costs must be organized with the bank financing or self-financing of the beneficiary, the statement said.

By increasing fodder cultivation areas, the state government will be assisted in growing fodder on non-forest lands, wasteland/cultivated land. /uncultivated land and forest land “Except forest land/Pasture land/Uncultivated land” and “Funage production from forest land”. and degraded forest land. This will increase the availability of fodder in the country.

It has been decided to simplify the animal insurance program. The share of the farmer’s prize recipient was reduced from 20-50 percent to 15 percent. Center and state share the rest of the reward 60:40 between all states, 90:10. The number of insured animals was also increased from 5 livestock units to 10 livestock units for cattle, sheep and goats. This will make it easier for livestock breeders to secure their valuable animals by paying a minimum amount, the statement added. Emerged in 2014-15, NLM now has three sub-missions – cattle and poultry development, fodder and fodder. . and innovation and expansion. The updated NLM has ten activities and objectives for business development, feed and fodder development, research and innovation, and livestock insurance.

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