Farmers in the state of Tamil Nadu have celebrated their first milk surplus in over a decade after the state’s Department of Food and Public Distribution declared the crop of dairy products surplus.
Tamil Nadu has a long history of being a dairy state, but the surplus crop has been the result of a huge milk production in the region.
Farmers across the state are now celebrating with a festive atmosphere as they celebrate the surplus milk.
The Tamil Nadu State Dairy Board announced the milk surplus on Saturday as part of a five-year plan for the state.
The milk surplus has been declared surplus after the DfP announced the first milk harvest of its new phase of the project.
It has been a year since the DFS declared the entire state surplus and farmers in the area have celebrated the milk production with a celebration.
“This is a very good news for us.
It’s good news to see a milk surplus, which is a huge success, and to see this in our community,” a farmer said.
The farmer’s daughter, Gyan, was also among those who were celebrating the milk.
“I have never been so happy to see the milk in the sky, and so happy for this milk.
We are celebrating this milk,” she said.
Gyan said she was happy to celebrate with her family.
“We are happy.
We were celebrating with our family, celebrating the victory over the drought.
We celebrate every year with each other.
This is what Tamil Nadu is all about.
We enjoy this milk and it’s good to see it,” she added.
The DFS said it has spent around Rs 10,000 crore to boost the milk supply in the drought-hit state.