Modern Farming Methods increases the production in almost every sector and can feed the world. A major part of our population is directly or indirectly involved with agriculture and farming business as the income source of people is limited. So raising poultry, ducks, dairy, fish, sheep, goat etc. can be a great source of earning some extra income as well it will ensure availability of food for the next generation and continuously growing population.
Modern agricultural systems have been developed to obtain the highest yields and to get the highest economic profit. Six basic practices helps to form the backbone of production: intensive tillage, mono-culture, application of inorganic fertilizer, irrigation, chemical pest control, and genetic manipulation of crop plants contributing to high yield. By monitoring both the positive and negative impacts of modern farming practices, alternatives can be developed to protect the health of the soil, air, and water on farms and nearby areas, lower the costs of production and promote viable farming. Organic farming, conservation tillage, pest management and the use of appropriate genetic techniques are a few of the possible ways of ensuring the sustainability of future generations of farmers.
Animal husbandry is the branch of agriculture concerned with animals that are raised for meat, fibre, milk, eggs and other products. It includes day-to-day care, breeding, and the raising of livestock.
Animal farming is better for everyone as Animals live longer, healthier and more active lives. High welfare farming can be less damaging to the environment and farmers can earn more too. Modern Farming helps to create conditions where animals are more able to express their natural behaviors and move freely, which helps to show that farming can be sustainable and profitable.
People have become increasingly concerned about the welfare of farm animals and laws and standards are widely enforced in response. In culture, animal husbandry often has an idyllic image, where happy animals live in attractive countryside.
was established on 2nd Oct 1958. NAFED is registered under the Multi State Co-operative Society’s Act.
NAFED was setup with the object to promote Co-operative Marketing of Agriculture produce to benefit the farmers. Agricultural farmers are the main members of NAFED, who have the authority to stay in the form of members of the General Body in the working of NAFED. http://www.nafed-india.com