|S.No.||Project Name||Establishing Agency||No. Of Centres||No. Of Districts||No. Of Revenue Villages Covered|
|1||Livestock Development Programme (BKP)||Department Of Animal Husbandry (Bundelkhand Package)||172||7||2143||VIEW|
|2||Cattle Development Programme (CDP)||District Rural Development Agency Through SGSY Scheme||512||56||11929||VIEW|
|3||Comprehensive Sustainable Cattle Development Project (CSCDP)||District Rural Development Agency Through SGSY Scheme||112||14||1881||VIEW|
|4||Generation Of Rural Employment For Sustainable Livelihood (GRESUL)||Government Of India (GoI) Project Through NABARD||100||17||3520||VIEW|
|5||Livestock Development Programme In Sodic Land District Of State (UPSLR-III)||Uttar Pradesh Bhumi Sudhar Nigam||100||26||1829||VIEW|
|6||Technology Transfer And Capacity Building Of Rural Communities Through Cattle Development Centres (BPPSK)||ITC Limited||81||6||1873||VIEW|
|7||Ksheerdhara Project||National Dairy Development Board (NDDB)||115||26||2518||VIEW|
|8||New BAIF Sustainable Model Programme (NBSM)||BAIF Institute For Sustainable Livelihoods And Development-Uttar Pradesh||207||63||4108||VIEW|
|9||GODHAN||Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF)||63||9||1172||VIEW|
|10||Livestock Development Programme (Franchisee)||BAIF Institute For Sustainable Livelihoods And Development-Uttar Pradesh||16||12||322||VIEW|
|11||Livestock Development Programme (Pashu Sewa Kendra)||BAIF Institute For Sustainable Livelihoods And Development-Uttar Pradesh||6||4||241||VIEW|
|12||Comprehensive Livestock Development Programme (DBF)||Dalmia Bharat Foundation||3||2||30||VIEW|
|13||Integrated Milk Production And Marketing (IMPM)||District Rural Development Agency||3||1||89||VIEW|
|14||Dairy Animal Development Programme (BILT)||Ballarpur Industries Ltd. (BILT)||2||1||41||VIEW|
|15||Dairy Best Practices Programme (PPES)||Par Dada Par Dadi Education Society||2||1||30||VIEW|
|16||Dairy Animal Best Practices Programme (LVP)||LVP Foods Pvt. Ltd.||2||1||35||VIEW|
|17||Comprehensive Development Programme (CAF India)||Oracle India||1||1||15||VIEW|
|18||Comprehensive Livestock Development Project (CLDP)||Rosa Power Supply Company Ltd.(Reliance)||1||1||11||VIEW|
|19||Climate Smart Villages Approach (CSV)||Borlaug Institute For South Asia (BISA)||1||1||15||VIEW|
|20||Jal Samriddhi Project (HUF)||Hindustan Unilever Foundation||1||1||16||VIEW|
Dairying being an attractive source of livelihood has great scope to bring economic development and prosperity in rural areas through increased income and employment opportunities. It is found to be the most important allied activity to agriculture that gives ready source of income especially for small and marginal farmers and agricultural laborers.
Keeping this in mind, Livestock Development Programme was initiated in 1986 that have acted as a tool to ensure sustainable livelihood through improved milk production . The programme covers the adoption of Cattle and Buffalo breeding services along with technological upgradation at the doorstep of the farmers . Extension support for livestock management and dairy practices is an integral part of the programme.
The key components are :-
Genetic improvement of livestock through Artificial insemination centers each catering to a Cluster of about 12-15 villages.
Increase productivity by breed improvement through Artificial Insemination.
Preventive health care and first aid services.
Promotion of fodder production and feed management.
Facilitation to develop value chains.
Health care support for small ruminants.
These services are provided at the doorstep of the farmer through a well trained technician who looks after the operation of the center which is established at the village level with all required equipments. During the year 2019-20, 1498, which were centers established with the support of Govt. and other organizations were in operation providing support to around 8 lakhs families in the state . 1887858 Artificial inseminations were performed through these centers , 867096 dairy animals were conceived and 731313 calves were born. 5.63 tons of good quality fodder seed and 60.86 tons of mineral mixture was made available to the participant families.