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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Impact of formation of farmer producer organisation for enhancing income level of farmer in Bhiwani district Haryana

Author(s):
Tarun, Jayant Zechariah, Amit Kumar, Dr. Nitin Barker and Dr. Pratyasha Tripathi
Abstract:
The Government of India has declared 2014 to be the "Year of Farmer Producer Organizations (FPO)". Collectives of producers are now widely acknowledged as one of the best strategies for lowering agricultural risk and enhancing small-scale and marginal producers' access to capital, technology, and markets. There are thousands of Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs) around the nation that are registered under numerous legislations, including the cooperative laws, trusts, federations, and most recently the Company Act as producer companies. Farmers' Producer Organizations are groups of rural farmers who band together to form organizations in order to pursue specific common interests of their members. These organizations develop technical and economic activities that benefit their members and maintain relationships with other parties who operate in their economic and institutional environment. The current study was conducted in Bhiwani district of Haryana in the year 2021-2022. The respondents were chosen using a multi-stage random sampling technique. Out of 7 blocks of Bhiwani district, Bhiwani block was selected purposively based on number of respondents as a member of Farmer Producer Organization (FPO). Rajgarh village was selected randomly. A total of 100 farmers were questioned. The number of farmers in the chosen village was chosen at random. The data was gathered by a survey method according to a planned timetable. When a conclusion was reached, it was discovered that FPO member farmers' costs for growing mustard were lower than those of non-member farmers. Net return was more of member farmers. This distinction was brought about by FPO's provision of technical services, timely, high-quality input for member farms, as well as upgraded technology and modern infrastructure.
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How to cite this article:
Tarun, Jayant Zechariah, Amit Kumar, Dr. Nitin Barker and Dr. Pratyasha Tripathi. Impact of formation of farmer producer organisation for enhancing income level of farmer in Bhiwani district Haryana. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 2965-2969.

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