The seeds of cooperative farming in India were sown in 1904 when the 1st Cooperative Societies Act was passed. Since then the cooperative movement has made significant progress in all realms. Operation Flood has been at the epicenter of these movements and has been instrumental in making farmers self-sufficient.
This superb success story of Operation Flood has been brought to the fore by a supremely consistent automation process that dairies across India encompass. Powered by Siemens, this ensures quality and consistency of production.
Today, the Operation Flood can be attributed to making India the largest producer of milk that serves its urban and rural milieu alike. This cooperative movement has not only helped sustain the livelihoods of dairy farmers but also enriched the diets of Indians across demographic strata. It has also given a new lease to life, new opportunities to many and helped weave narratives of many heart-warming success stories.
We bring to you one such story of Poonam and her family. Dairy farming played a decisive role in sustaining the livelihood and enhancing the income of this family. Watch the video where Poonam tells us this story.