Agriculture sector in India has always been a major field of government intervention since long back. Government tries to protect the interests of the poor Indian farmers by procuring crops at remunerative prices directly from the farmers without involving middlemen in between. This way Government maintains sufficient buffer stocks and at the same time provides the farmers safeguard against the fluctuating food crop prices. This sector to move out its traditional features. Agricultural sector could have been of great benefit to our economy. But questions will naturally come up about the maintenance of buffer stocks and provisions of remunerative prices to the farmers.

The gradual evolution of commodity market in India has been of great significance for our country's economic prosperity. In the Indian commodity market there are so many verities of products including agricultural products like rice, wheat, dairy and many more. There are some delicate commodities also such as sugar, cocoa, and coffee, which is perishable, so cannot be put in stock for long time. The commodity futures exchanges were the sole objective of meeting the demand of exchangeable contracts for trading agricultural commodities. Nowadays a wide range of agricultural product can be sold under standardized contracts on exchanges prevailing across the globe. Commodities have gained importance with the development of commodity futures indexes along with the mobilization of more resources in the commodity market. 

Crop Production

Planned systems for collecting, processing, storing, and disseminating data in the form needed to carry out a farm’s operations and functions.


Horticulture Division vested with the responsibility of overseeing the overall accelerated development of horticulture in national perspective for improving nutritional, ecological and livelihood security.


Agroforestry is an opportunity for sustainable intensification of farmland to improve productivity and reduce environmental impact.Agroforestry is a general term incorporating three specific agricultural approaches: silvoarable (trees and crops), silvopastoral (trees and livestock) and agro-silvopastoral (trees with crops and livestock). It is associated with farm businesses in developing countries, particularly those in more arid, dry regions.

The benefits of this approach are varied more favorable microclimates, enhanced biodiversity, reduced 

wind velocity, improved soil fertility, diversification of production, increased resource-use efficiency, reduced nutrient runoff, and decreased levels of soil erosion.

Agroforestry  can moderate the effects of climate change by reducing atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases, by sequestering carbon in woody plant tissue via photosynthesis, and in surrounding soils, which are typically higher in carbon than soils under conventional cropping regimes. Agroforestry can also allow farms to adapt to future shifts in climate by supporting various production and ecological ecosystem services, which increase farmland resilience to climate change. 

Livestock Farming

As you can imagine, when it comes to farming practices, there are a lot of options. Your best bet is to first decide which types of livestock you want or are able to raise. Once you choose your animal(s), the management style will become more obvious. Whether you opt for raising chickens for eggs, hanker for beef cattle or just want a family cow to supply your family’s dairy needs, here are a few of the options out there.

Organic livestock means that not only have you raised the animal on a continuous organic program from birth/hatching, their food must be of organic origin and they must also live in surroundings that allow for natural behavior and health. For example, confined feedlots for cattle or sheep are not natural. In addition, farmers must manage manure and waste products a way that recycles nutrients yet avoids contaminating water, soil or crops.

​Sustainability can be overwhelming at first because it can extend past what we produce and how we produce it to address what we eat, the products we clean with, how we recycle and reuse our resources, and more. Our best bet, as hobby farmers desiring to employ sustainable livestock farming practices, is to start small. One change at a time is, well, more sustainable!

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Dairy Farming

Our advanced cow monitoring systems collect and analyze critical data points, from activity to rumination, on every individual cow, delivering the heat, health and nutrition insights farmers need, when they need them.

















Disaster & Risk Reduction

Disaster reduction strategies include, primarily, vulnerability and risk assessment, as well as a number of institutional capacities and operational abilities. The assessment of the vulnerability of critical facilities, social and economic infrastructure, the use of effective early warning systems, and the application of many different types of scientific, technical, and other skilled abilities are essential features of disaster risk reduction. While distinct in scope, DRR and climate change adaptation share a common concern over climate-related extreme events.

  • Increased food productivity and income: Produce more food to improve food and nutrition security.

  • Enhanced resilience:  Improving the adaptive capacity of communities whilst reducing vulnerability to drought, pests, disease and other shocks.

  • Reduced emissions: Seeking ways and opportunities of reducing and removing Green House Gases (GHGs), Improving carbon sinks by avoiding deforestation from agriculture.


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