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Beekeeping Scheme for Haryana Scheduled Caste Farmers

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Chennai, December 29, 2011: A UNI news report dated December 29, 2011 says that the Haryana Department of Agriculture is implementing a scheme for scientific beekeeping and quality honey production for the benefit of agricultural and non-agricultural farm laborers and landless laborers belonging to the scheduled castes. Under the scheme, bee hives, hive stands, honey cans, honey extractors and bee colonies are provided to the beneficiaries at 75 per cent of the cost.

Progress of Beekeeping in Haryana

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Pune, November 21, 2009 (source: WebIndia123 news dated November 5, 2009): A UNI report dated November 5, 2009 says that the Haryana Agriculture Department is promoting apiculture as an important agri-horticultural and forest-based industry. Under its beekeeping development programme, the department will provide training to 50 farmers. Each trained farmer will get a grant of Rs. 16,000 for procuring bee boxes and colonies.

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Beekeeping Development In Haryana

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Pune, December 31, 2008: A UNI news report in WebIndia123.com dated December 7, 2008 says that the Haryana Government earmarked Rs. 6.05 million during the current financial year (-- rather too late for the year ending in less than 4 months, in March 2009) for beekeeping development under the National Horticulture Mission programme.
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Beekeeping Development by Haryana Agro-Industries Corporation

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Pune, October 23, 2007 (from: Expressindia, Chandigarh Newsline, Saturday June 23, 2007): The Haryana Agro Industries Corporation (HAIC) had fixed a target to supply 5,000 bee colonies and 6,000 bee hives to beekeepers on subsidy during the financial year 2007-2008, in an effort to encourage farmers and unemployed youth to adopt the profession of beekeeping to become self-reliant.
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