Goat Subsidy: Government to Provide Subsidies for Goat Farming


Are you interested in goat farming? If yes, then here’s some good news for you. The government is offering subsidies to support goat farming in Bihar. Under the Integrated Goat and Sheep Development Scheme, the Bihar government has allocated a budget of 1293.44 lakh rupees for the financial year 2023-24. This scheme aims to establish 453 goat farms in the state. Let’s delve deeper into the details of this scheme.

👉: Subsidies for Establishing Goat Farms

According to the Integrated Goat and Sheep Development Scheme, the government aims to promote goat farming and ensure the availability of superior breed goats. To achieve this, subsidies and training will be provided to individuals belonging to the general category (50% subsidy) and scheduled castes/scheduled tribes (60% subsidy). The subsidy will be applicable for the establishment of Goat Farms with capacities of 20 goats + 1 buck, 40 goats + 2 bucks, and 100 goats + 5 bucks.

👉: Land Requirement for Goat Farming

To establish a goat farm, it is essential to have adequate land. The land requirement varies based on the capacity of the farm. For a farm with 20 goats + 1 buck, 1800 square feet of land is needed. For a farm with 40 goats + 2 bucks, 3600 square feet of land is required. And for a farm with 100 goats + 5 bucks, 9000 square feet of land is necessary.

👉: Necessary Documents for Goat Farming

If you are interested in starting a goat farming business, you must arrange for land and fodder cultivation. Along with the application form, you will need to submit documents such as Land Possession Certificate or Lease Deed, a photograph of the applicant, Aadhaar card copy, caste certificate (mandatory for SC/ST), and proof of desired fund availability or ownership of private/paternal land. Additionally, you may need to provide training-related certificates and evidence related to goat farming.

👉: How to Apply for Goat Farming?

To avail the benefits of the Integrated Goat and Sheep Development Scheme, interested individuals need to apply online on the website of the Department of Animal and Fish Resources, Animal Husbandry Directorate (state.bihar.gov.in/ahd) using their Aadhaar card or voter card number. While filling out the online application form, applicants are required to upload the necessary documents.


If you have been contemplating starting a goat farming business, now is the right time to take action. With the government offering subsidies of up to 60%, you can make your dream a reality. Make sure to fulfill the land requirements and submit the necessary documents to complete the application process. Goat farming can be a profitable venture, and with government support, you can make the most of this opportunity. Apply by September 19, 2023, and embark on your journey as a successful goat farmer.

Serving "जहाँ Indian वहाँ India" Since 2014. I Started News Desk in Early Days of India Internet Revolution and 4G. I write About India for Indians.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *