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Best Business Opportunities in Mizoram- Identification and Selection of right Project, Thrust areas for Investment, Industry Startup and Entrepreneurship Projects

Mizoram is a state of India. It is located in the northeastern part of the country and is bounded by Myanmar (Burma) to the east and south and Bangladesh to the west and by the states of Tripura to the northwest, Assam to the north, and Manipur to the northeast. The capital is Aizawl, in the north-central part of the state. Agriculture is the dominant economic activity of Mizoram, engaging more than two-thirds of the workforce. Two types of agriculture are practiced: terrace cultivation, in which crops are planted on relatively permanent, graduated terraces on the sides of hills and mountains to conserve water and reduce soil loss; and shifting agriculture, in which tracts called jhum are cleared by burning, cultivated for a limited period of time. Mizoram has a population of 1,091,014 with 552,339 males and 538,675 females. This reflects a 22.8% growth since 2001 census; still, Mizoram is second least populated state of India. The sex ratio of the state is 976 females per thousand males, higher than the national ratio 940. The density of population is 52 persons per square kilometer. Mizoram gross state domestic product (GSDP) in 2011-2012 was about 6991 crore (US$1.1 billion). The state's gross state domestic product (GSDP) growth rate was nearly 10% annually over 2001-2013 period. With international borders with Bangladesh and Myanmar, it is an important port state for Southeast Asian imports to India, as well as exports from India.

TOURISM

Mizoram, the Land of the Highlanders, is sandwiched between Myanmar, Bangladesh and the states of Tripura, Assam and Manipur. The rivers, peaks, plains and the lakes are the treasures of Mizoram. It is full of high ranges running from north to south covered by greenery throughout the year. The Mizoram State Government begins to recognize tourism as an important sector of the economy which needs to be developed for greater income generation. More emphasis on sustainable eco-tourism, adventure tourism, village tourism and rural tourism would bring in high - value tourism. With the increase of tourist the need for budget hotels has been acutely felt.

Tourism has emerged as an important economic activity and one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Globally, Tourism is the fastest growing industry and in terms of value, it comes third only after petroleum and Transport Industry.

As such, Tourism Department in Mizoram is also one of the fastest growing Departments in Mizoram. The Department has achieved these objectives by constructing Tourist Lodge, Tourist Resort and other Tourist amenities in difference places of Mizoram through liberal financing of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.


INDUSTRIAL POLICY

The Industrial Policy of Mizoram State was first notified on 15.3.1989 to give direction to the strategy for Industrial development of the State. It laid stress on reducing shifting cultivation by encouraging a shift from primary to secondary sectors while protecting the Socio-Cultural and ethnic identity of the indigenous enterprise of Mizoram.

In view of the National Industrial Policy which laid special emphasis for the development of Industries in the North Eastern Region, the Govt. of Mizoram had notified new Industrial Policy 2000 for accelerated Industrial and Economic development of the State. The Government had adopted the approach for identification of thrust areas and promoting them with fiscal and other incentives packages. Broad policy of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Investment from outside the State has been adopted on Joint venture (JV) mode to safeguard the interest of the tribal population of Mizoram. Various administrative support system and market support system are also announced. The Govt. of Mizoram is mandated in giving sustainable employment and introducing better utilization of land by introducing New Land Use Programme (NLUP).

OBJECTIVES

•        To create infrastructure facilities, provide incentives and marketing as well as technical support to industries.

•        To provide skill development and training for educated youth to develop entrepreneurial skills and make them self-employed.

•        To create employment opportunities particularly to the vulnerable section of the society and people in rural area, ensuring inclusive development.

•        To reduce sectoral and regional imbalance in the industrial development in the State by promoting Industries under all sectors.

•        To create proper linkage of processing Industries with the farm produce of agriculture, horticulture, forest and livestock’s.

•        To attract investment in the state.

IDENTIFICATION OF THRUST AREAS

Thrust will be given for those industries based on value addition of locally available resources. Special incentives will be formulated for speedy development of industrial units engaged in any of the following thrust sector Enterprises.

•        Forest-based Industries

The vast bamboo and other forest resources of Mizoram will be optimally harvested for setting up of Industry for manufacturing of various high value bamboo and other forest based products.

•        Food Processing Industries

Primary production of various food items, whether agricultural based, horticultural or livestock based will be linked with processing Industries.

•        Handloom Industries

Handloom sector will continue to receive serious attention of the Govt. Utmost importance will be given for improving quality product by introducing improved design, packaging, branding.

•        Handicraft Industries

The traditional skill of Mizo people will be upgraded and diversified for market competitiveness of handicraft products.

•        Plantain fibre and hill brooms

The Govt. will encourage value addition of hill-brooms. The flow of raw and unprocessed broom outside the state will be discouraged by giving attention towards value addition to help local industry.

•        Textile related industries

Bulk production of readymade garments will be encouraged as this sector is having good potential for market outside the state and export.

•        Animal Feed and poultry feed Industries

The Government is giving thrust towards having sufficient meat and meat products for which farming has been encouraged.

INCENTIVES

The incentives offered under the Rules for the grant of incentives/subsidies under the Industrial Policy of Mizoram State are-

•        Subsidies on the cost of Project Report 

•        Land subsidy

•        Factory rent subsidy

•        Manpower development subsidy

•        Interest subsidy

•        Power subsidy

•        Subsidy on Power Line 

•        Subsidy on Power Generating set

•        State Transport subsidy on Plant and Machinery 

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Poultry & Cattle Feed - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

Feeds are used as edible materials, which are consumed by cattle, poultry and contribute energy and/or nutrients to the cattle or poultry diet. Feeds is needed to produce cattle or poultry, which are substantial parts of the food industry. Poultry includes chickens, turkeys, ducks, guineas, pigeons, pheasant, ostrich, peafowl and swan etc. India has the largest cattle, buffalo and goat population according to latest census. About one sixth of the cattles, half of buffalo, and one fifth of goat population in world are in India. With animal feed plant coming up in high class cities especially in Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai who are producing top quality of poultry and cattle feeds with the resource available to these units, it is certain that animal feeds produced in India will find an instant market in the neighbouring countries. It is expected that in the next few years the animal feed industry would rank among the major industries of India and will be able to help the animal production programme in various countries around the world. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd. Agro Tech India Ltd. Alchemist Ltd. Allana Cold Storage Ltd. Amrit Feeds Ltd. Andhra Sugars Ltd. Anirudh Foods Ltd. Annam Feeds Ltd. Anupam Extractions Ltd. Arambagh Hatcheries Ltd. Aries Agro Ltd. Aries Marketing Ltd. B C L Industries & Infrastructures Ltd. Balaji Foods & Feeds Ltd. Baramati Agro Ltd. Brooke Bond Lipton India Ltd. C & M Farming Ltd. C P Aquaculture (India) Pvt. Ltd. Chambal Fertilisers & Chemicals Ltd. Damania Pharma Ltd. Gajanan Extraction Ltd. Genomics Biotech Ltd. Godrej Agrovet Ltd. Goldmohur Foods & Feeds Ltd. Gpsij Hi-Tech Agro Foods & Farms Ltd. Graintec India Ltd. Hanuman Minor Oils Ltd. Haryana Agro Inds. Corpn. Ltd. Hatsun Agro Products Ltd. Indian Potash Ltd. Induss Food Products & Equipment Ltd. Intercorp Biotech Ltd. Jagat Industries Ltd. Japfa Comfeed India Pvt. Ltd. Jupiter Biotech Ltd. K R M Marine Exports Ltd. K S E Ltd. Kapila Krishi Udyog Ltd. Karnataka State Agro Corn Products Ltd. Kirti Dal Mills Ltd. Kumar Food Inds. Ltd. Kwality Feeds Ltd. Lakshmi Energy & Foods Ltd. Laxmi Starch Ltd. Lipton India Ltd. Maharashtra Agro-Inds. Devp. Corpn. Ltd. Modern India Ltd. Nova Chemie (India) Ltd. Pioneer Feeds & Poultry Products Pvt. Ltd. Pranav Agro Inds. Ltd. Prima Agro Ltd. Puri Oil Mills Ltd. Rainbow Agri Inds. Ltd. Rasdhara Agro Exports Ltd. Rinku Polychem Ltd. S K M Animal Feeds & Foods (India) Ltd. S O L Ltd. Sakthi Beverages Ltd. Schreiber Dynamix Dairies Ltd. Shalimar Pellet Feeds Ltd. Sharat Industries Ltd. Snam Vijaya Feeds Ltd. Somkan Marine Foods Ltd. Sona Oil & Chemical Inds. Ltd. Sonitpur Solvex Ltd. Suguna Poultry Farm Ltd. Suguna Poultry Products Ltd. Super Farm Products Ltd. Superhouse Ltd. Swastika Feeds Ltd. Tara Health Foods Ltd. Tata Oil Mills Co. Ltd. Tinna Oils & Chemicals Ltd. Unique Agro Processors (India) Ltd. Utkal Feeds Pvt. Ltd. Vegepro Foods & Feeds Ltd. Venco Research & Breeding Farm Pvt. Ltd. Venkateshwara Hatcheries Pvt. Ltd. Venky'S (India) Ltd. Venky'S (India) Ltd. [Erstwhile] Vijay Agro Products Pvt. Ltd. Waterbase Ltd. Zeus Biotech Ltd. Cost Estimation: Capacity : 15000 MT/Annum (Cattle Feed) : 15000 MT/Annum (Poultry Feed)
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: 309 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 689 Lakhs
Return: 42.00%Break even: 57.00%
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Goat & Sheep Farming - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

Profile Goat and sheep rearing is the backbone of economy of small and landless farmers in India. It is an insurance against crop failure and provides alternate source of livelihood to famers all the year round. Goats play an important role in income generation, capital storage, employment generation and improving household nutrition. Being smaller in size they are easier to manage, require less space and can be easily handled by women and children. Sheep were domesticated very early in cultivation, as early as 11,000 years ago. Sheep is a warm blooded animal and sheep have a unique quality among the domestic animals and are adoptable to a wide range of environmental conditions. Many state governments have classified agricultural farms into marginal, small, medium and large based on land ownership. This classification however doesn’t take into consideration the ownership of livestock. Advantages of Goat & Sheep Farming • The goat/sheep is a multi purpose animal producing meat, milk, hide, fibre and manure. In hilly areas, goats are also used for hauling light loads. • Goat/sheep farming can be a profitable occupation for a farmer and can fit well into mixed farming. • Goats/sheeps are cheaper to maintain, easily available and have a friendly disposition. • Goats/sheeps are more tolerant to hot climate than other farm animals. • Goats /sheep give more production per unit of investment. • Goat/sheep hide is used for the manufacture of leather products. • Goat hairs are used for the manufacture of rugs and ropes. • Pashmina shawls, Mohair and Kashmere carpets are in great demand and are sold at very high prices. • Goat/sheep manure is 2.5 times richer in nitrogen and phosphoric acid than cow manure. ? Market Potential India and China possess the largest goat population, each of these having more than 120 million goats. Small ruminants are major contributors of animal proteins for human consumption in India. Current availability of animal proteins (10.8 gm/day/capita) is just half of the daily requirement of (20 gm/day /capita and it is targeted to achieve this by the year 2020. Meat production (including fish and poultry) will have to grow by 5.8% per year to fulfill this requirement. Wool is a freely traded international commodity, subject to global supply and demand. While wool represents only 3% of world fiber production, it is important to the economy and way of life in many countries. The Small Ruminants sector will therefore, play a significant role in the coming decade in impacting on the livelihoods of small and marginal farmers rearing them.
Plant capacity: Goats: 500 Male & 500 Female Sheep: 500 Male & 500 Female Plant & machinery: 11 Lakh
Working capital: -T.C.I: 209 Lakh
Return: 45.00%Break even: 34.00%
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POULTRY & BROILER FARMING - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

Poultry and poultry products constitutes an important component of human diet in most of the countries of the world. This consumption is also increasing at a rapid rate due to low fat content, easy availability & cost effectiveness. The poultry industry has evolved into a streamlined system of industrial mass production. Poultry is an important farm species in almost all countries. It is an important source of animal protein. Poultry is the least cost alternative only next to fish & produces more of animal protein from the same amount of feed compared to milch cow, sheep, Goat & Pig. Two eggs provide 160 calories of energy and more than 20% of the daily requirement of proteins, Vit A, D & B12, Riboflabin, folic acid, Panthothenic acid, Phosphorus, Iodine along with fat. Poultry farming require less area with high return than any other animal husbandry and agriculture activities. Poultry farming involves high grade sophisticated technology with higher profitability for which younger generation prefer this activity as their occupation than any other agriculture & allied activities. • By breeding new birds are produced. • In poultry farm broilers and layers are grown up, which are used for meat purpose and layers for production of egg purpose. • Eggs are used for breeding of new birds or it is used for the domestic eating purpose or commercial processing purpose. • Broilers are used for meat processing industry. The poultry meat and egg production over many decades have shown positive growth in the overall performances of the livestock sector. Poultry farming business is one of the most promising sources of additional income. Besides, this poultry and broiler farming has a number of advantages: • It produces much needed protein, food, it serves as a source of income and employment to many and it has good returns. • Most breeders rear broilers to be ready for sale during festivals when demand of profit is high. A layer of mature age generally lays 250 300 eggs. These eggs provide high quality protein to the house hold. • In addition to eggs and meat poultry provide manure that is of great value on the farm. It has been observed that nearly 40 hens or deep litter yields about 1000 kg of manure per year. Poultry industry has made tremendous progress through improvement in genetics, management and nutrition, for obtaining maximum growth in broilers and egg production in layers. However still due to one reason or the other, the farmers in the field are not able to achieve the optimum level of growth in broilers and egg production in layers, as per hatchery norms.
Plant capacity: 1390 Nos/day Plant & machinery: 18 Lakh
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 3037 lakh
Return: 30.71%Break even: 35.14%
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Organic Farming & Contract Farming - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement

Organic farming is primarily knowledge intensive whereas conventional farming is more chemical and capital intensive. This requires an active system to support farmer learning in order to address both the production and the post harvest requirements of organics. There are several complementary approaches to achieve this. Today, most of the market oriented organic farming is an arrangement, often contractual, between trading companies and farmers in which the companies are clearly dominant. Contract Farming (CF) can be defined as a system for the production and supply of land based and allied produce by farmers/primary producers under advance contracts, the essence of such arrangements being a commitment to provide an agricultural commodity of a type, at a specified time, price, and in specified quantity to a known buyer. Well managed contract farming is an effective way to coordinate and promote production and marketing in agriculture. Nevertheless, it is essentially an agreement between unequal parties: companies, government bodies or individual entrepreneurs on the one hand and economically weaker farmers on the other. It is, however, an approach that can contribute to both increased income for farmers and higher profitability for sponsors. Contracts are generally signed at the time of planting and specify how much produce the company will buy at what price. Often the firm provides credit, inputs, farm machinery rentals, technical advice and retains the rights to reject the substandard produce. Contract farming likewise affords potential benefits to governments. While the development of market linkages for farmers is traditionally viewed as a public sector responsibility, the establishment of the necessary agro services for a large number of small, unorganized farmers requires a considerable amount of public sector resources. On the other hand, contract farming provides market linkages in ways, which do not burden the public sector. Table below summarizes the main potential benefits In India, food supermarket chain growth including FDI in retail, international trade and quality issues like SPS, organic trade, fair trade, and ethical trade, promotion by the central and the state agencies, banking and input industry push for CF, farming crisis and reverse tenancy, and failure of traditional cooperatives, are likely help spread of CF across crops and regions as they provide new space to this arrangement in the context of withdrawal of state from agricultural space. It is found that CF gave much higher (almost three times) gross returns compared with that from the traditional crops of wheat, paddy and potato in case of tomato, and in cotton due to higher yield and assured price under CF. The studies of tomato CF in Punjab and Haryana, of cucumber in Andhra Pradesh and cotton in Tamil Nadu also found the net returns from these crops under CF being much higher than those under non CF situations though production cost in tomato was higher under CF.
Plant capacity: 3122 MT (Organic Production/Annum, Organic Basmati Rice, Wheat, Barley) Plant & machinery: 40 Lakh
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 271 lakh
Return: 22.45%Break even: 57.72%
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EMU Birds (FARMING, BREEDING & MEAT PRODUCTION) - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

EMU (Dromaius novaehollandiae) and ostrich (Struthio camelus) birds belong to ratite group have high economic value for their meat, eggs, oil, skin and feathers. These birds are adoptable to varied climatic conditions. Although emu and ostrich were introduced in India, emu farming has gained much importance. Emu and ostrich features, management of these birds during chick, growing, fattening, breeding and non-breeding stages were covered. Care and hatching of eggs, nutrient requirements, healthcare and products of emu and ostrich were also covered. Economics of emu rearing with reference to the cost of maintaining breeders cost of production of eggs and chick are covered. Features of EMU: Emu has long neck, relatively small naked head, three toes and body covered with feathers. Birds initially have longitudinal stripes on body (0-3 months age) then gradually turn to brown by 4 to12 months age. Mature birds have bare blue neck and mottled body feathers. Adult bird height is about 6 feet with a weight of 45 to 60 kg. There are no definite emu breeds but are captive bred. Legs are long covered with scaly skin adoptable to hardy and dry soil. Birds sit on their haunch and also walk frequently along the fence. Natural food of emu is on insects, tender leaves of plant and forages on different grasses, eats different kinds of vegetables and fruits like carrot, cucumber, papaya etc. Air sac hangs down loosely in females and is prominent during breeding season gives booming sound where as males do grunting sound. Often sex of the bird can be identified by these sounds during breeding season. Female is the larger of the two especially during breeding season when the male may fast. The female is the dominant member of the pair. The male emu sits on the nest. Emus live for about 30 years may produce eggs for more than 16 years. Birds can be maintained as flock or pair. The birds require fencing made of link chain of 2 x 4 inches with a height of 6 feet for adults. Sexes can be identified by tattooing on the skin of shank or by placing microchip under the skin. Market Survey: Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) and ostrich (Struthio camelus) are reared commercially in many parts of the world for their meat, oil, skin and feathers, which are of high economic value. The anatomical and physiological features of these birds appear to be suitable for temperate and tropical climatic conditions. These birds can be well maintained on extensive (ranches) and semi intensive rearing systems with reasonably high fibrous diets. United State, Australia and China are leading in emu and of America ostrich farming. Emu and ostrich were introduced recently into India. Compared to ostrich, emu rearing is picking up. At present there are more than 10000 emus and only small numbers of ostrich are available in India. Emu birds are well adapted to Indian climatic conditions. Although emu farming is economical so far none of the farmers have entered in to the marketing of emu products. Commercial aspects of rearing emu has picked up in India in a big way as it promises a long-term return as compared to the initial investment. Emu bird farming is basically just like poultry. The way we look after poultry, cattle farming or goat farming, it is a similar kind of farming which is flourishing in India.
Plant capacity: 2 Lakh Pairs/AnnumPlant & machinery: 49 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 617 Lakhs
Return: 45.45%Break even: 34.74%
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Quail Farming - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Cost of Project

The quail is a small bird that inhabits woodland and forest areas around the world. There are thought to be more than 15 different species of quail, with each species of quail being found in different parts of the world and all have slightly different appearances depending on how they have adapted to their environment. Although the quail is very small sized bird, the quail belongs to the same bird family as pheasants. Quails range in size depending on the species from the Japanese quail which is around 10 cm tall to the larger mountain quail that can grow up to 25 cm tall. Quails are generally solitary birds and spend most of their time either on their own or in a pair with just one other quail. During the mating season it is common to see large flocks of quails as family groups convoy together in groups of up to 100 quail individuals. Quails do not tend to migrate and therefore spend their lives within the same area. In some parts of the world, quails are kept as poultry birds both for the small amount of meat that they contain and for the quail's brightly coloured eggs. These tiny coloured eggs are seen as a delicacy in some parts of the world and can often be found on menus in posh restaurants. Quail eggs are renowned for being rich in vitamins, essential amino acids, unsaturated fatty acids and phospholipids, which are vital for human physical and mental development. Quail eggs can be included in the diets of children, pregnant mothers and geriatric and convalescent patients. Coturnix eggs are characterized by a variety of colour patterns. They range from snow white to completely brown. More commonly they are tan and dark brown speckled or mottled brown with a chalky blue covering. The average egg from mature female weighs about 10 gram (1/3 ounce), about 8 percent of the body weight of quail hen as compared to 3 percent for chicken eggs. The egg of Japanese quail contains 158 Cal. of energy, 74.6% water, 13.1% protein, 11.2% fat, and 1.1% total ash. The mineral content includes 0.59 mg calcium, 220 mg phosphorus and 3.8 mg iron. The vitamin content is 300 IU of vitamin A, 0.12 mg of vitamin B1, 0.85 mg of vitamin B2 and 0.10 mg nicotinic acid. Advantages of Quail Farming: Quail is a fast growing bird with short generation interval. A broiler quail can be sold at 5 weeks as against 8 weeks in broiler chicken. Quail start producing eggs at about 6 weeks of age and continue to give high egg production upto 24 weeks of age. The meat is considered as a delicacy and can be used as ready to cook meat, pickled meat and tandoori quail. The egg size is about 10 gm, and it can be used as boiled egg or egg pickle. This bird requires minimum floor space, needs low investment, quails are comparatively sturdy birds, can be marketed at an early age i.e. five weeks, early sexual maturity - starts laying eggs in about six to seven weeks of age, high rate of egg laying -280 eggs per year. Quail meat is tastier than chicken and has less fat content. It promotes body and brain development in children. Nutritionally, the quail eggs are on par with that of chicken eggs. Moreover, they contain less cholesterol. Quail meat and eggs are a nutritious diet for pregnant and nursing mothers. Quail is the pilot bird for research and education. Quail manure has high fertilizer value and can be used for increasing yield of crops. This species can be reared at interior places as it does not require vaccination and relatively low medication required. Scope of Quail Farming in India: Quail farming is an inexpensive alternative to chicken farming. There is high demand for quail meat and has a great market potential in hotels, restaurants, dhabas, industrial canteens, flight kitchens, supermarkets etc. Government of India is encouraging entrepreneurs to start Japanese quail farm and is trying to create infrastructural facilities to assist the entrepreneurs. However, a government license is required to sell Japanese quail. The Ministry of Environment & Forests delegated the power to grant license to the Dept. of Animal Husbandry. So far, more than 500 licenses for quail farming, trading, catering & hatching have been issued in the Maharashtra state alone. Central Avian Research Institute (CARI) at Izatnagar, UP; INDIA is keen to propagate quails for commercial use & have shown willingness to supply hatching eggs to aspiring entrepreneurs.
Plant capacity: 11 Flocks per year (@40,000 Birds per Flock)Plant & machinery: 4.5 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 34 Lakhs
Return: 47.00%Break even: N/A
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CEMENT PLANT - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

Cement is a material with adhesive and cohesive properties which make it capable of bonding minerals fragments into a compact whole. It can be defined as any substance, which can join unite two or more pieces of some other substance together to form a unit mass. Cement, as used in construction industries, is a fine powder which when mixed with water and allowed to set and harden can join different components or members together to give a mechanically strong structure. Thus cement can be used as bonding material for bricks or for bonding solid particles of different sizes (rubber masonry) to form a monolith. The name Portland cement is given originally due to the resemblance of the color and quality of the hardened cement to Portland stone Portland Island in England. The most common type of cement used by concrete manufacturers is Portland cement, which is prepared by igniting a mixture of raw materials mainly composed of calcium carbonate or aluminium silicates. According to ASTM standard specification C 150, Portland cement is defined as a hydraulic cement produced by pulverizing clinker consisting essentially of hydraulic calcium silicates, usually containing one or more of the forms of calcium sulfate as an inter ground addition . The phase compositions in Portland cement are shown below and they are denoted as tri calcium silicate (C3S), di calcium silicate (C2S), tri calcium aluminate (C3A), and tetra calcium alumino ferrite (C4AF) Uses & Applications The most common use for cement is in the production of concrete. Concrete is a composite material consisting of aggregate (gravel and sand), cement, and water. As a construction material, concrete can be cast in almost any shape desired, and once hardened, can become a structural (load bearing) element. Users may be involved in the factory production of pre cast units, such as panels, beams, road furniture, or may make cast in situ concrete such as building superstructures, roads, dams. Market Survey Indian cement industry, a leading manufacturing sub-sector in India, entered a new era after the partial decontrol in 1982 and near total free market in 1989, ahead of the dawn of the liberalisation era in the country. The industry was totally delicensed in 1991 under the Industries Development and Regulation Act. India is the second largest producer of cement in the world after China. It is followed by Japan and the USA. The overall turnover of the industry is placed at Rs 600 bn. India accounts for a share of about 6% against China's 37% and the USA's 5% of global production. The demand for cement mainly depends on the level of development and the rate of growth of the economy. There are no close substitutes for cement and hence the demand for cement is price inelastic.
Plant capacity: 6000 MT/AnnumPlant & machinery: 777 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 1253 Lakhs
Return: 48.00%Break even: 39.00%
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ANIMAL FEED FROM BAGASSE - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

The principal feed resources for animal consumption in the country are crop residues like straws of wheat, rice and other cereals and stovers, which are very poor in feed value. Even these are in short supply. These are supplemented to some extent by relatively better quality fodders like cultivated leguminous and non-leguminous fodder grasses and concentrates. The latter are formulated largely from agro-industrial by-product and forest wastes and small quantities of low-grade cereals with the present stock of feed and fodder resources available in the country, it is well impossible to meet the nutrient requirements of even the present day low-producing cattle and buffaloes. Such a situation is bound to aggravate difficulties in the feeding of better producing livestock such as cross bred lows in exploiting their full genetic potentiality for early growth, better reproduction and higher milk production. Livestock in the country, therefore, suffer widely from insufficient supply of nutrients. The unconventional agro-industrial by products and forest wastes may find a greater use as livestock feeds in coming years. The nutritive value of tropical feeds and fodder is lower than those grown in temperate region. This situation does not allow cows to consume maximum amount feeds, nor to get feeds of minimum allowable digestibility. It is not possible to anticipate any remarkable improvement in the feed situation in the near future and also in the supply of high digestible ingredients like worse grains. The digestibility of feed for meeting nutrient requirements of the cattle must bear relation to its intake capacity.In order that a cow with high milk yielding potential, which this country is looking forward to have in large numbers, produce milk to their inherited capacity, it will be necessary to provide adequate and balanced nutrition that should include high quality fodder and concentrates, mostly originating from agro industrial by products and wastes. The poor quality fodders like straws and stovers when chopped and fortified with urea, molasses and mineral mixture, improve in nutritive value and capatability. Such practice should be followed to maximize the utilization of valuable fodder resources. It is also necessary to preserve good quality forage as hay or silage to provide for feed during the lean periods. With the availability of food quality fodder and some feed concentrate to supplement the ration in meeting the various nutrient requirements, the milk production will certainly go higher even with the existing cattle and buffalo population. USES AND APPLICATION Those for calves before their rumers start to function effectively. Those for cattle with functioning rumers. The first type of feeds are similar in composition to pig creep and starter feeds and must be low in fibre and contains all the nutrients necessary for growth with the exception of those in the mother's milk which they may also receive.The second types of feeds are those designed to supplement the bassal ration of roughage normally fed to cattle with functioning rumers. This supplementation may be necessary to supply additional nutrient for growth, maintenance milk production pregnancy of fettering and suitable feeds are formulated for the various purposes. As ruminance can synthesize their essential amino acid and can digest cellulosic fibre protein is normally supplied as the more fibrous oilseed residues e.g. coconut, cottonseed and ground nut cake. It is also not necessary to add vitamin supplement but 5% of minerals are normally included.A typical concentrate feed for milk production (dairy feed) designed for feeding as a supplements to a ration of dry roughage might include 95% of cereals and cereal by products, 40% of oil cake, 5 % of grass meal to provide vitamin A. and would contain no dried grass and less oil cake. Ruminants are above the synthesize protein from more protein nitrogen and it is now common practice to replace part of the protein supplied as oil cake by the additions of urea. MARKET SURVEY Cattle feed is a peculiar product consumed mainly by cattle owners of rural area. Animal industrial enterprises in all area and so, the market for cattle feed is very scattered.The consumers are living by and large in poverty and so they have hardly enough finances to spare for cattle feed. Yet cattles are the only source of earring in many cases and to increase their own earning they try to spend upon cattles as much as possible. Unawareness about the product and its importance should also be looked after. The benefits of this scientifically prepared cattle feed over traditional feed has become as popular as they should be. The problem is much of replacing unscientific feeding system with scientific feed. India has the largest cattle, buffalo and goat population according to latest census. There are about 200 million cattle, 50 million buffaloes and 90 million goats in the country. About one sixth of the cattle, about half of buffalo and one fifth of goat population in world are in India. Animal husbandry plays an important role in the national life and accounts for about 10% of the national income. In particular the contributor of the cattle and buffalo to the economy is considerable. They are the main source of drought power in agricultural operations and rural transportation they provide essential, foods like milk and meal. PRESENT MANUFACTURERS Advanced Bio-Agro Tech Ltd. Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd. Agribiotech Industries Ltd. Agro Tech India Ltd. Allana Cold Storage Ltd. Amrit Feeds Ltd. Andhra Sugars Ltd. Anirudh Foods Ltd. Annam Feeds Ltd. Anupam Extractions Ltd. Arambagh Hatcheries Ltd. Aries Agro Ltd. Aries Marketing Ltd. Bala Industries & Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. Balaji Foods & Feeds Ltd. Baramati Agro Ltd. Brooke Bond Lipton India Ltd. C & M Farming Ltd. C P Aquaculture (India) Pvt. Ltd. Damania Pharma Ltd. Dhanalaxmi Roto Spinners Ltd. Gajanan Extraction Ltd. Genomics Biotech Ltd. Godrej Agrovet Ltd. Goldmohur Foods & Feeds Ltd. Graintec India Ltd. Hanuman Minor Oils Ltd. Haryana Agro Inds. Corpn. Ltd. Hatsun Agro Products Ltd. Indian Potash Ltd. Indo Euro Indchem Ltd. Induss Food Products & Equipment Ltd. Intercorp Biotech Ltd. Japfa Comfeed India Pvt. Ltd. Jupiter Biotech Ltd. Kapila Krishi Udyog Ltd. Kerala Feeds Ltd. Khandesh Extraction Ltd. Kirti Dal Mills Ltd. Kumar Food Inds. Ltd. Kwality Dairy (India) Ltd. Kwality Feeds Ltd. Lakshmi Energy & Foods Ltd. Laxmi Starch Ltd. Lipton India Ltd. Maharashtra Agro-Inds. Devp. Corpn. Ltd. Maheshwari Solvent Extraction Ltd. Mapro Industries Ltd. Nova Chemie (India) Ltd. Origin Agrostar Ltd. Parakh Foods Ltd. Piccadily Agro Inds. Ltd. Pioneer Feeds & Poultry Products Pvt. Ltd. Pranav Agro Inds. Ltd. Prima Agro Ltd. Puri Oil Mills Ltd. Rainbow Agri Inds. Ltd. S K M Animal Feeds & Foods (India) Ltd. S O L Ltd. Sakthi Beverages Ltd. Schreiber Dynamix Dairies Ltd. Shalimar Pellet Feeds Ltd. Snam Vijaya Feeds Ltd. Sona Oil & Chemical Inds. Ltd. Sonitpur Solvex Ltd. Sree Tulasi Solvent Extractions Ltd. Suguna Foods Ltd. Suguna Poultry Products Ltd. Superhouse Ltd. Swastika Feeds Ltd. Tara Health Foods Ltd. Tata Oil Mills Co. Ltd. Tinna Oils & Chemicals Ltd. Utkal Feeds Pvt. Ltd. Vegepro Foods & Feeds Ltd. Venky'S (India) Ltd. Venky'S (India) Ltd. [Erstwhile] Vijay Agro Products Pvt. Ltd. Zeus Biotech Ltd.
Plant capacity: 100MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs.143 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 477 Lakhs
Return: 29.86%Break even: 57.18%
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CATTLE & POULTRY FEED - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

In India the animal feed industry is of recent origin, the first animal food plant having been established in 1960. There are today as many as 14 plants in the organized sector, besides many small feed compounders, which operate in large cities. The 14 organized units have modern or semi modern equipment for manufacturing compound feeds. All of them have excellent facilities for quality control and are well equipped for chemical analysis of raw materials and the finished products. The installed capacity for all types of feeds that can be produced in the units under organized sector in India is estimated in the neighbourhood of 630000 metric tonnes a year. Taking into account the expansion plans of the organized sector, it is anticipated that the capacity of this industry in India is likely to increase rapidly. Two international Hatcheries viz. the Arbor Acres and the shaver, which started their operation in India in early 1960’s, created a large market for quality poultry feeds in North as well as in Western India. It was formed necessary to provide well-balanced feed to the hybrid birds to exploit their genetic potential to the maximum. Similarly, the compound feeds for cattle are finding large markets all over India because of the increased effort to produce more milk products. Efficient chick starter and growing mashes aid proper development of chicks and pullets. Proteins, largely of vegetable origin, in the growing mesh, encourage the normal development of pullets and help them to lay lower. These are fed to which when they are 24 hours old. USES & APPLICATIONS Feeds are used as edible materials, which are consumed by cattle and poultry and contribute energy and/or nutrients to the cattle or poultry diet. Feed is needed to produce poultry & cattle, which are substantial parts of the food industry. Poultry includes the following: Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks, Guineas, Pigeons, Pheasant, Ostrich, Peafowl and Swan etc. The size of the food industry depends on population, which is not constant. MARKET SURVEY India has the largest cattle, buffalo and goat population according to latest census. There are about 200 million cattle, 50 million buffaloes and 90 million goats in the country. About one sixth of the cattle, about half of buffalo and one fifth of goat population in world are in India. Animal husbandry plays an important role in the national life and accounts for about 10% of the national income. In particular the contributor of the cattle and buffalo to the economy is considerable. They are the main source of drought power in agricultural operations and rural transportation they provide essential, foods like milk and meal.The feed for the poultry is made up of two portions the concentrate and the balance, consisting of various grains and rice (and wheat) bran upto 20 per cent of other local by-products.The packaging of compound feeds by most units in India is in brand new funny bags, but some are using polythene-lined bags, which are very handy for export purpose.With animal feed plant coming up in high cities especially in Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai and producing top quality poultry cattle feeds and with the resource available to these manufacturing units it is certain that animal feeds produced in India will find and instant market in the neighbouring countries. It is expected that in the next few years the animal feed industry in India would rank among the major industries of India and will be able to help the animal production programme in various countries around the world.Poultry feed is needed to produce poultry, a substantial part of the food industry. The size of the food industry depends on population, which is not constant. If today's trends continue, there is likely to be further rapid deterioration in mans environment. A fantastic world effort over the next decade at changing the altitude of people towards family size night conceivably arrest population at 2 or 3 times its present level. Some biologists feel the compulsory family regulation will be necessary to limit production. World population is exploding. More children are being born, many diseases have been cured, and the life span is increasing. Industries playing increasing roles in the struggle against world hunger include the poultry industry, which require less capital to enter than other animal industries, and the feed industry, which provides economical, feeds upon which the poultry industry depends. PRESENT MANUFACTURERS Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd. Allana Cold Storage Ltd. Amrit Feeds Ltd. Andhra Sugars Ltd. Arambagh Hatcheries Ltd. Aries Agro Ltd. Aries Marketing Ltd. Baramati Agro Ltd. B C L Industries & Infrastructures Ltd. Chambal Fertilisers & Chemicals Ltd. Godrej Agrovet Ltd. Goldmohur Foods & Feeds Ltd. Graintec India Ltd. Hatsun Agro Products Ltd. Indian Potash Ltd. Induss Food Products & Equipment Ltd. Intercorp Biotech Ltd. Jagat Industries Ltd. K S E Ltd. Karnataka State Agro Corn Products Ltd. Kirti Dal Mills Ltd. Kumar Food Inds. Ltd. Kwality Feeds Ltd. Lakshmi Energy & Foods Ltd. Maharashtra Agro-Inds. Devp. Corpn. Ltd. Modern India Ltd. Nova Chemie (India) Ltd. Pranav Agro Inds. Ltd. Prima Agro Ltd. Rainbow Agri Inds. Ltd. Tara Health Foods Ltd. Rasdhara Agro Exports Ltd. Rinku Polychem Ltd. S K M Animal Feeds & Foods (India) Ltd. Sakthi Beverages Ltd. Shalimar Pellet Feeds Ltd. Sharat Industries Ltd. Snam Vijaya Feeds Ltd. Sonitpur Solvex Ltd. Suguna Poultry Farm Ltd. Super Farm Products Ltd. Superhouse Ltd. Swastika Feeds Ltd. Tinna Oils & Chemicals Ltd. Unique Agro Processors (India) Ltd. Utkal Feeds Pvt. Ltd. Vegepro Foods & Feeds Ltd. Venco Research & Breeding Farm Pvt. Ltd. Venkateshwara Hatcheries Pvt. Ltd. Venky'S (India) Ltd. Vijay Agro Products Pvt. Ltd. Waterbase Ltd. Annam Feeds Ltd. Kapila Krishi Udyog Ltd. Zeus Biotech Ltd. Gajanan Extraction Ltd. Alchemist Ltd.
Plant capacity: 50 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs. 310 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 646 Lakhs
Return: 1.00%Break even: 57.31%
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Cattle & Poultry Feed - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

In India the animal feed industry is of recent origin, the first animal food plant having been established in 1960. There are today as many as 14 plants in the organized sector, besides many small feed compounders, which operate in large cities. The 14 organized units have modern or semi modern equipment for manufacturing compound feeds. All of them have excellent facilities for quality control and are well equipped for chemical analysis of raw materials and the finished products. The installed capacity for all types of feeds that can be produced in the units under organized sector in India is estimated in the neighbourhood of 630000 metric tonnes a year. Taking into account the expansion plans of the organized sector, it is anticipated that the capacity of this industry in India is likely to increase rapidly. Types of cattle Feeds: • These for calves before their rumens start to function effectively. • Those for cattle with functioning rumens. Poultry Feed Classification: • Complete Feed • Concentrates • Mash feeds • Meal feeds • Scratch feeds • Supplements India has the largest cattle, buffalo and goat population according to latest census. There are about 200 million cattle, 50 million buffaloes and 90 million goats in the country. About one sixth of the cattle, about half of buffalo and one fifth of goat population in world are in India. Animal husbandry plays an important role in the national life and accounts for about 10% of the national income. In particular the contributor of the cattle and buffalo to the economy is considerable. They are the main source of drought power in agricultural operations and rural transportation they provide essential, foods like milk and meal. Industries playing increasing roles in the struggle against world hunger include the poultry industry, which require less capital to enter than other animal industries, and the feed industry, which provides economical, feeds upon which the poultry industry depends. Any entrepreneur venture into this field will be successful. Few Indian Major Players are as under:- Advanced Bio-Agro Tech Ltd. Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd. Agribiotech Industries Ltd. Agro Tech India Ltd. Allana Cold Storage Ltd. Amrit Feeds Ltd. Andhra Sugars Ltd. Anirudh Foods Ltd. Annam Feeds Ltd. Anupam Extractions Ltd. Arambagh Hatcheries Ltd. Aries Agro Ltd. Aries Marketing Ltd. Bala Industries & Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. Balaji Foods & Feeds Ltd. Baramati Agro Ltd. Brooke Bond Lipton India Ltd. C & M Farming Ltd. C P Aquaculture (India) Pvt. Ltd. Damania Pharma Ltd. Dhanalaxmi Roto Spinners Ltd.
Plant capacity: 15000 MT/ AnnumPlant & machinery: Rs. 160 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : Rs. 405 Lakhs
Return: 25.00%Break even: 57.00%
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