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Top 10 States/UTs in terms of Production of Goat Milk in India during 2015-16

November 21, 2017

India has witnessed an increasing trend in production of Goat milk from 2010-11 to 2015-16. We have seen a compound annual growth rate of 3.2% in production of Goat milk from 4594 thousand tonne during 2010-11 to 5378 thousand tonne during 2015-16.

We have seen a growth of 3.82% in Production of Goat milk during 2015-16 over 2014-15. We have seen a growth of 2.61% in Production of Goat milk from 5048 thousand tonne during 2013-14 to 5180 thousand tonne during 2014-15. The top 10 States/UTs in terms of Production of Goat milk during 2015-16 were: Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Bihar, West Bengal, Kerala, Jharkhand and Karnataka.

Production of Goat milk in Rajasthan was 1933 thousand tonne during 2015-16, which accounted 35.94% of total Goat milk produced in India during the year. In Rajasthan, there was growth of 2.42% and 6.03% in Goat milk production during 2014-15 and 2015-16 respectively over the previous year. Production of Goat milk in Uttar Pradesh was 1279 thousand tonne during 2015-16, which accounted 23.78% of total Goat milk produced in India during the year. In Uttar Pradesh, there was growth of 3.21% and -0.7% in Goat milk production during 2014-15 and 2015-16 respectively over the previous year. Production of Goat milk in Madhya Pradesh was 609 thousand tonne during 2015-16, which accounted 11.32% of total Goat milk produced in India during the year. In Madhya Pradesh, there was growth of 2.58% and 9.34% in Goat milk production during 2014-15 and 2015-16 respectively over the previous year.

Production of Goat milk in Gujarat was 289 thousand tonne during 2015-16, which accounted 5.37% of total Goat milk produced in India during the year. In Gujarat, there was growth of 3.09% and 8.24% in Goat milk production during 2014-15 and 2015-16 respectively over the previous year. Production of Goat milk in Maharashtra was 258 thousand tonne during 2015-16, which accounted 4.8% of total Goat milk produced in India during the year. In Maharashtra, there was growth of -1.2% and 4.45% in Goat milk production during 2014-15 and 2015-16 respectively over the previous year.

These top 5 states accounted for 81.22% of the total Goat milk produced in India as a whole during 2015-16.

198 thousand tonne Goat milk produced in Bihar during 2015-16. It accounted 3.68% of the total Goat milk produced in India during the year. 130 thousand tonne Goat milk produced in West Bengal during 2015-16. It accounted 2.42% of the total Goat milk produced in India during the year. 129 thousand tonne Goat milk produced in Kerala during 2015-16. It accounted 2.4% of the total Goat milk produced in India during the year. 102 thousand tonne Goat milk produced in Jharkhand during 2015-16. It accounted 1.9% of the total Goat milk produced in India during the year. 78 thousand tonne Goat milk produced in Karnataka during 2015-16. It accounted 1.45% of the total Goat milk produced in India during the year.

The above mentioned top 10 states accounted for 93.06% of the total Goat milk produced in India as a whole during 2015-16.

Note: Data values are in ‘000 tonne; Totals may not tally due to non availability of share of production of milk by cow, buffalo and goat from some States/ Union Territories; NA: Not Available; Source: Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare and also published in Statistical Year Book 2017 by MOSPI.

Dataset URL: https://data.gov.in/catalog/production-milk

Resource Title: State/ UT-wise Production of Milk from 2010-11 to 2015-16

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Source: Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

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