International Women’s Day: Sid’s Farm felicitates women farmers for their contribution to dairy industry

Sid’s Farm felicitates women farmers for their contribution to dairy industry on International Women’s Day
Sid’s Farm provided a workshop on responsible farming practices such as milking hygiene, animal health, ensuring a supply of feed and water of suitable quantity and quality among essential dairy practices

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2022, Sid’s Farm, a premium dairy brand based in Telangana felicitated many of their women farmers for their contribution to the dairy industry.  The women dairy farmers who gathered at Sid’s Farm facility at Shadnagar, Chevella Road near Hyderabad were given an opportunity to upskill themselves. The company provided a workshop on responsible farming practices such as milking hygiene, animal health, ensuring a supply of feed and water of suitable quantity and quality, implementing an environmentally sustainable farming system and waste management system.

Sid’s Farm recognised the role of women farmers in maintaining the quality of Sid’s Farm products since its inception which stands for free of antibiotics, hormones and other preservatives. They were also given inputs on best practices at Sid’s Farm that can be replicated for a better ecological environment at their respective farms.

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Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Kishore Indukuri, founder, Sid’s Farm said, “I would like to appreciate the efforts of women farmers in dairy farming and take this opportunity to express our gratitude to them.”

“Our efforts have always been to help in enhancing their knowledge as we believe that training a woman leads to educating an entire community. We would undertake several more of such initiatives in the future to make lasting changes for the better,” he added.

Sid’s Farm’s range of products include skimmed milk, whole buffalo’s milk, whole cow’s milk, cow’s ghee, cow’s butter, buffalo’s butter, buffalo’s ghee, cow’s curd, buffalo’s curd and paneer. Currently, the company serves about 10,000+ customers daily on a subscription basis.

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