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The central government wants to double the milk production in India. In such a situation, a unique news has emerged from Karnal in Punjab, where a cow has made a record by giving 76.61 liters of milk in 24 hours, in fact, the evaluation of milk production of cow was done by an evaluation committee of National Dairy Research Institute of Karnal. According to the director of the institute, Dr. MS Chauhan, farmer Baldev Singh and his brother of Ghalib-Khedi village of Karnal district, took training in animal management at the National Dairy Research Institute in the year 2010-11 from the institute itself. After which training and technical knowledge inspired them to establish large dairy. Both brothers used to take help of the institute whenever needed. Now there are about 100 cows of HF cross breed in Baldev Singh’s farm.
Dr. Chauhan urged dairy farmers and rural youth to reduce them in the form of entrepreneurship and skill development. He said that a person like Baldev Singh can serve as a role model for the youth.
At the same time, Amandeep, brother of Baldev Singh, said that the record of these milk was made and evaluated under the supervision of the panel of scientists of dairy research. He said that his HF is cross breed champion. They sell milk worth about 6 lakh rupees in a month. It also earns them good income.