Good news for farmers, now government is giving 25 thousand rupees for buying indigenous cow
Newz Fast, New Delhi: The Haryana government has come up with a scheme in favor of farmers, where farmers will get subsidy up to ₹ 25000 on buying cows.
Manohar Lal said that a target has been set to promote natural farming in 50 thousand acres of land in the state. To make people aware about this, natural farming will be done in an 'exhibition farm' in every block.
So that other farmers also take inspiration from that farm and give up poisonous farming. Due to this, the cost of cultivation will be reduced. The income of the farmers will increase and the health of the people will be fine.
50 percent subsidy for indigenous cow
Announced this in a state-level review meeting on natural farming held at Dr. Mangalsain Auditorium, Karnal. The Chief Minister said that farmers with 2 to 5 acres of land registered on the portal, who will voluntarily adopt natural farming.
They will be provided 50 percent subsidy to buy indigenous cow. CM interacted directly with agricultural experts and gave tips to increase natural farming.
Jeevamrit is prepared from desi cow
Let us tell you that manure for natural farming i.e. Jeevamrit is made from cow dung and cow urine only. Therefore, taking a new initiative, the Haryana government is going to do the work of giving subsidy on the purchase of indigenous cow.
The Chief Minister said that the Atma Yojana of the Agriculture Department is truly a voice to fix the poisonous food grains being produced in our fields due to indiscriminate use of chemical fertilizers.
Sikkim is the first state in the country which has come completely on natural farming. A lot of work is also being done in Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.
Now farmers are starting to understand natural farming
The Chief Minister said that for adopting natural farming, the Haryana government will also give more than the budget it will get from the Center. He is happy that farmers are now beginning to understand natural farming.
The Chief Minister said that there was a time when there was a shortage of food grains in the country in the 1960s, for this a call for Green Revolution was given, due to which indiscriminate use of chemical fertilizers and there was no shortage of food grains in the country.
Now due to the use of chemical fertilizers, the fields have also become poisonous and the food grains have also become poisonous. That's why we should take a pledge that we will neither sow poison nor eat poison.