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Collection Program

DDC has been collecting cow, buffalo and chauri milk from 40 districts. Milk is collected through the farmers owned, Milk producers Cooperative Societies (MPCS). Its present milk collection network has spread from Panchthar in the East to Surkhet in the West.

Hetauda Milk Supply Scheme also supports KMSS & BMSS by supplying excess milk above their local requirement. Biratnagar Milk Supply Scheme manufactures skimmed milk powder from its excess milk and milk excess from other supply schemes.
DDC has been playing a special role in contributing to uplift the economic status of rural farmers. Thus dairy has been recognized as an effective tool for poverty alleviation. In the Fiscal Year 2065/2066 DDC purchased about (approx.) 1,48,000 liters of milk per day from the farmers.

Collection Network
The collection network under different Milk Supply Schemes is presented below. Chilling Centers (CC) established under the Milk Supply Schemes are in operation across the country for chilling the milk collected from the MPCCs:

Schemes

MPCCs

Chilling Center

District Covered

KMSS

281

30

7

BMSS

126

11

4

HMSS

167

8

3

LMSS

63

6

4

NMSS

40

3

4

MPSS

49

14

8

JMSS

25

7

6

DMSS

24

5

2

TOTAL

791

63

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