Malabar Social Service Society

Agriculture Development

Bhoomika Farmers Producers Company

Empowering Farmers, Enriching Communities

The company, established in 2016, boasts a total of 161 shareholders to date, resulting in a share capital of 1.61 lakhs rupees. Ms.Ramya Rajappan serves as the CEO, and the board comprises 10 members. The FPO primarily engages in poultry farming and, during the reviewed period, distributed 77 coops of BV300 hens to farmers. With an average daily production of approximately 1400 eggs, these are marketed through a central arrangement. The FPO, under the leadership of MASSS, also obtained FSSAI registration and is venturing into food preservation activities.

Pig Masters Farmers Producer Company

Transforming Pig Farming, Transforming Lives

The Malabar Social Service Society (MASSS) has been actively involved in the development of the agriculture sector. The primary focus of this Farmer Producer Company (FPO) is pig farming, a sector that has traditionally been disorganized in the state. The FPO aims to transform this sector into a well-organized and scientifically managed industry within a span of 5 years. One of the challenges faced by pig farmers is their reliance on waste as pig feed, which has raised concerns among local communities and environmentalists. To address this issue and bring the sector under organized management, significant inputs and technology transfer efforts are being made.

Karshaka Club

Cultivating Growth, Harvesting Success

MASSS is leading the establishment of the Karshaka Club in Kasaragod to empower farmers. The club offers diverse training programs covering crop cultivation techniques and value-added product processing. Its core mission is to uplift farmers by addressing key issues like fair market pricing. Through educational workshops and skill-building sessions, the club equips farmers with knowledge and resources to enhance productivity and access new markets. By fostering a supportive community, the Karshaka Club encourages collaboration and collective problem-solving, ultimately aiming to create a more sustainable and prosperous agricultural sector in the region.

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