Project report for any types of business is important for beginners. In goat farming business project report will be the key factor of business.

This Goat farming project report shows, how you can earn profit from goat farming business. what you have to feed and what you have to sale. if you actually want profit from goat farming read this article step by step.

**Goat farming** in India is growing day by day, a lot of educated people entering in commercial goat farming, and goat farming Business plan is the first part of the business before starting it. All the equipment needed for commercial goat farm and profit guide is available here.

**Please do keep the following points in mind while reading this Goat Farming project report :**

**This is expenses statement for 14 months or 1 year 2 months.**- Before starting goat farming business it is very important that you should have good knowledge of the same.
- Take Goat Farming Training from reputed goat farm Before starting.
- Visit other goat farm and get training before starting yours to survey the housing, system, fodder management, handling goats, how to castrate bucks, etc.
- Please survey the land location, road access, water facility, and other useful things.
- Land cost is not included in this report.
- Never use goat milk for personal use, as kids need this milk up to 3 months.
- Goat gives kids twice in 14 months, the gestation period of 150 days.
- Under stall fed condition the ratio of kids is 60% twins and 38 % single and 2% triplets.
- Deworming the goats routinely.
- Expenses of
**vaccination**and medicines are 20 rs. Per goat. - Hint: goat farming should not be profitable if purchasing green fodder outside the farm.
- Concentration fodder: a mixture of maize, groundnut, barley, wheat bran, mineral mixture, salt.
- Green fodder: Moringa, berseem, sorghum, Hybrid Napier, subabul, lucern, dashrath, depends on the soil requirement of the area.
- To make the additional income in commercial goat farm sale manure or make vermicompost fertilizer from the manure. Use manure to cultivate green fodder for the farm And sale remaining manure.

**Why Project Report of goat farming Needed**

The Project report is required to set up the goat farm or take the idea that how much I can earn through this business. You can follow this report and can earn the highest Profit through this profitable venture.

This is the Proven Project report from one of the oldest goat farm of India, they worked on Sirohi goat breed because they gain weight quickly on stall feeding and one of the profitable goat breed of india.

This Project report is quite helpful to take the Bank loan and get a subsidy. on the basis of this project report bank sanction loan easily. it is the whole goat farming business plan you can follow and earn maximum profit in this venture.

this goat farming business plan is designed to understand easily for any of the bank Employees and hundreds of farmers from Maharashtra state have taken the loan form this Project report.

At the end of this article you can free download this project report

**Goat Farming Business Plan & Project report**

**1. Goat purchasing cost **

We purchased 100 Female and 4 Male. Weight of Female goat is 30 kg and a weight of 1 male 35 kg. the rate we purchased the Sirohi goat is 210 Rs/kg.

Weight of goat | 210 rs per kg | Cost of 1 Goat | Cost |

weight of 1 does is 30 kg | 30×210 | 6300 | 6300×100 =630000 |

weight of 1 buck is 35 kg | 35×210 | 7350 | 7350×4 =29400 |

Goat purchasing cost | 659400 |

Note: in India, you can easily start with 210 re per kg live goat weight with Goat Breeds like Sirohi, Barbari, Black Bengal and indigenous breed of any region

** 2. Goat Production cycle (****14 months**)

**14 months**)

The ratio of kids is 60% twins and 40% single. 90 goats out of 100 are getting pregnant. We are getting 2 crops in 14 months With 10% mortality rate.

1st crop | kids | Mortality | Remaining kids |

60% of goats giving twins, 60% of 90 goats, is 54 | 54×2 =108 | 10% mortality 11 kids dead 108-11 =97 | 97 |

40% of goats giving single kid, 40% of 90 goats is 36 kids | 36×1 =36 | 10% mortality 4 kids dead 36-4 =32 | 32 |

Total kids (in 7 months) | 129 kids | ||

2nd crop | |||

60% of goats giving twins, 60% of 90 goats is 54 | 54 x 2 =108 | 10 % mortality 11 kids dead 108-11 =97 | 97 |

40% of goats giving single kid, 40% of 90 goats is 36 kids | 36 x 1 =36 | 10% mortality 4 kids is dead 36-4 =32 | 32 |

Total kids (in 7 months) | 129 kids | ||

Total kids in 14 months | 258 |

we get 129 kids in one batch (7 months). Or 258 kids in 14 Months.

**3. Housing & Shed requirement for (100+4) goats:**

Housing and equipment are the one-time investment in the commercial goat farm. Beginning investment is the needs of every business and these business require shed and equipment in the beginning.

Generally, 1 female goat required 10 Sqft Area. Male required 15 Sqft Area. Kid needs 5 Sqft Area.

We are Taking Area for (100+4) goats + 130 kids + 30 Bucks For Eid Purpose.

Goats | Goats x Area need per goat | Area sqft | Cost (200 rs per sqft) |

100 Does (10sqft per does) | 100×10 | 1000 sqft | 1000×200 =200000 |

4 bucks (15sqft per buck) | 4×15 | 60 sqft | 60 x 200 =12000 |

130 kids (5sqft per kid) | 130×5 | 650 sqft | 650×200 =130000 |

30 bucks (15sqft per buck) | 30 x 15 | 450 sqft | 450×200 =90000 |

Total space | 2010 sqft | ||

Total cost of shed | 432000 Rs |

**4. Required Equipments Used to Start a Goatry Farm**

Names | Number | cost |

Chaff cutter | 1 | 20000 |

Feeders, 1000 rs per feeder | 1000 x 5 | 5000 |

water pots, 200 rs per pots | 200 x 5 | 1000 |

Total cost of equipments | 26000 |

**5.** **Feeding cost of (100+4) Goats and kids**

Description | GoatxRsxdays | Cost of feed |

104 Adult goat feed 10 Rs per day for 14 months or 425 days | 104x10x 425 | 442000 |

129 kids goat feed 6 RS per day for 4 months or 120 days (2 months on milk feeding) After 6 months they are ready for sale | 129x 6x 120 | 92880 |

29 kids save for Eid & feed them for remaining 6 months 180 days with 10 Rs per day feed cost | 29x10x 180 | 52200 |

Total cost of Feed | 587080 |

- 10 Rs per day per goat cost is the only cost of dry and concentrate fodder, green fodder should be cultivated in our form to maximize the profit. The cost of cultivation of green fodder is not included in this project report.
- approximately 60% to 70% cost spent on the feed in commercial goat farming.

**6. Monthly Expenses of a Goat farm **

Names | Number | Cost |

Vaccine & medical charges 20 Rs per goat. 104 goats with kids 104+258 =362 | 362 x 20 | 7240 |

Labors wages 5000 Rs per month, 1 labor is enough for 100 goats. | 5000 x 12 | 60000 |

Water & Electricity | 500 x 12 | 6000 |

Other expenses | 3000 | 3000 |

Monthly expenses Total cost | 76240 |

**7. Sale of Animals**

No. of kids for sale | Kids x goat weight x sale weight | Cost |

1st crop | ||

100 kids of 6 months with an average weight of 20 kg is ready for sale in 210 rs per kg | 100x20x210 | 420000 |

29 bucks of 12 months with average weight of 50 kg is for sale on Eid, is for sale in 320 Rs per kg | 29x50x320 | 464000 |

2nd crop | ||

100 kids of 6 months with average weight of 20 kg is ready for sale in 210 rs per kg | 100x20x210 | 420000 |

Manure of goats in 1 year | 8000 | |

Total sale of Animal cost | 1312000 |

**Total Fixed investment = Goat purchasing cost + Cost of shed + Equipments**

**Total Fixed Investment** **= 649400 + 432000 + 26000 **

**Total Fixed investment = 1107400 Rs**

Fixed investment is the one-time investment cost that is not included in the profit in this project report because every business needs the beginning investment.

**Total profit = Total sale of Animal cost – (total cost of feed + total monthly expenses )**

**Total Profit = 1312000 – ( 587080 + 76240 )**

**Total Profit = 1312000 – 663320**

**Total Profit = 648680 Rs **

you can simply earn 648680 rupees in 14 months by following this project report. The profit can fluctuate according to the market rate of goat feed.

**Goat Farming Project report – Frequently asked Questions**

**1. How do You make a Goat farming Project Report?**

This project report is completely Practical from one of the best goat farm in India. this goat farm works on Sirohi goat breed from the last 5 years. while making this project report the Indus goat farm Maintain all the cost on Excel sheet noted each and everything.

**2. What is the Profit margin in goat farming?**

it depends on your management and feed. Normally, the profit margin is 60% but if you grow your own concentrate feed then Profit can be 80%

**3. Which Breed of Goat is Most Profitable ?**

Every recognized breed is Profitable but in my Opinion is Sojat Goat, Beetal Goat and Sirohi goat are the most Profitable Goat Breed.

**4. How do goat farmers make money ?**

Generally, They grow their own Green, Dry and concentrate Feed and fed to goats and sale them on Eid at the rate of 20,000 to 25,000 Rs per goat and make money. The Beautiful goats give more than this Price.

**Important tips for the beginner’s goat farmers** and **Entrepreneurs**

- Do proper care and management during the transportation of goats in the beginning.
- Select the breed according to your region.
- don’t do over expenses on
**goat shed**at the beginning of the farm. - get the proper Training before starting a goat farm.;
- follow the proper
**vaccination**and deworming schedule to get the maximum profit. - your feeding cost should not be more than 10 rs per day per goat.

**One Request?**

I have put so much effort to make this project report on goat farming through my own Experience to provide value for the upcoming Goat farmers or Goat farming Community. i have my own goat farm and this project report is completely practical. It will be very helpful for me if you share this post on social media, WhatsApp Groups, and for those who need it. **SHARING IS LOVE**

Very good information???

thanx for the comment your comment is valuable for us.

These project report is the best.

thanx for such nice comment

thanx for nice comment

Well! This report is looks good as compare to others, I have seen lots of report they given the numbers which is not exist anywhere.

But I have couple of question.

First this project report is for which breed I want to start pure Sirohi breed if you can send me sirohi breed project report.

I will be the approximate cost of green fodder per kg (Rajasthan Location)if i am not buying from outside.

first of all thanx for the comment. this report is of sirohi breed. you have the benefit, you are from rajasthan. you can use khejdi. khejdi have all nutrition property in it. it has 90 % Dry matter which is quite good for the goats.

बहुत समझ भरा प्रोजेक्ट रिपोर्ट हैं सर जी

Dhanyawad Dushyant prasad ji Your comment is valuable for us.

Very good project report

thanx for the comment

Very useful for the begineers.. Thankyou so much.

Very much practical project report.

Can we increase the weight without depending on concentrated feed if we have enough green fooders.

Generally, Goat required Green, Dry And concentrated feed for better productivity. concentrated feed completes the Carbohydrate and protein requirement of the goat.

Profit ratio of 10+1 goats is much different then this 100+4 goats ..

WHY ?

first of all thanks for the comment. this is the project report of Sirohi goat breed. the profit in goat farming depends on the breed and how many goats you raised for Eid purpose.

for example, you have 10 kids and you prepare that 10 kids for eid and you sold that 10 kid each in 25000. than you will get more money. or if you sell that 10 kids for meat purposes in small age then you will get a very small profit.

that is the difference.

Thanku so much for sharing your Precious knowledge.

Can i get your contect no. For some more details ?

yes you can chat with on whatsapp anytime 9685980080

Very useful information tq you

thanks

Thank you for your details,

i have one clarification the 1st crop is 129 ( one is 60% yield and second 40%) how it will come.Please explain

regards

krishnakumar haridass

first of all thank for the comment.

we took the average, Not all 100 goats birth twins, some gives twins, some triplets or some gives single kidding so we took 60 & 40 ratios. the kidding also depends upon Breed. Here we talk about Sirohi breed so this is about Sirohi.

Thank you, Nirmal for the wonderful information. It is very very informative and intriguing for me, a goat-farmer wannabe :).

I am planning to start 2 pure-breed goat herds, Beetal and Nachi, with 5 does and 1 buck for each breed, and I would like to know if there is a similar report on the Beetal and Nachi goat breeds.

I also would like to sign up for a goat farm training course where I can get the following information:

1. time schedule for the next training course (when and how long the course will be);

2. where it will take place (the address of the training center);

3. the topics of the training course;

4. the training fees;

5. the accommodations (hotel or boarding) and the fees, if any;

6. will English be the spoken and written language? If not then will there be an interpreter?

7. information (real life experience) about the trainer(s);

8. which breeds to buy, from which breeder(s), and how to select the animals, and how negotiate for the best price per animal or per kilo;

9. how to export the goats to Vietnam (I am planning to start my goat farming business in Vietnam);

10. the post-training supports and contacts.

Thank you very much and I am looking forward to receiving information from you with super excitement 🙂

thanx for the comment Huy Ton. I will update you soon for the training program. presently COVID-19 disturbed our Time Table

Thank you very much Nirmal for this valuable information. I am planning to start goat farming in Vellore District, Tamilnadu. I would like to take few more suggestion from you which are as follows. 1) Can i start with purchase of 50 does Tellichery kid Goats with 2 Buck inititially. What is the minimum kid goat size in KG I should buy. 2) How is Tellichery breed 3) To get more profit at what weight I should sell the goat. 3) Advice me from where i should buy Tellichery kid goats.Which is the better price option to buy kid goats from Kerala or Tamilnadu?

if you early output don’t start with kids

tell cherry is a nice goat breed and have good productivity

9-12 months considered best for sale

I want to start fresh in Tamil Nadu southern region. Which breed is helpful. Please guide. Also training where can I get ??

YOU C

YOU CAN GET THE GOOD TRAINING FROM INDUS GOAT FARM LOCATED IN UJJAIN MADHYA PRADESH