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Animal Husbandry

 
Feed Processing Plant
 

1.Importance of feed in livestock sector

The success of livestock farming is largely dependent on the continuous supply of good quality nutritious feeds at competitive price. Feed alone constitute about 60-70 per cent of total cost of production of livestock products. Therefore, it needs more attention though other factors are also important for remunerative return from livestock enterprises. The farmers used to feed the crop residues to the cattle and buffaloes, however, sheep and goat are normally maintained on grazing/browsing with supplementary feeding of broken grains/other bypoducts. Therefore, feeding of balanced concentrate feed to these animals was not common, because of low productivity and unremunerative prices for the livestock products. The improved poultry is fed only with concentrated feed. The requirement of food of animal origin like milk, meat and eggs is increasing at a faster rate due to increased awareness about the significance of protective proteins for the maintenance of human health. The farmers realised the importance and started rearing good quality and high productive animals/birds under stall fed conditions.

2.Scope for feed industry

2.1 With the increased demand for livestock products for domestic consumption as well as export, the farmers realised maintaining of quality animals with proper feeding and management. The proportion of crossbred animals or improved strains of birds increased over the years. This has necessitated higher demand for balanced concentrate feed. Presently, various milk unions, poultry corporations/ federations and private companies are supplying both cattle and poultry feed of different qualities and forms (mash/ pellets/ crumbles) to the farmers. Large size poultry farm/dairy farm owners, hatcheries and cooperative poultry units are normally manufacturing their own feed by installing the necessary plant and machinery on the farm. Some of the farmers are still feeding broken grains, cakes, gur, salt,etc. to dairy animals by mixing at home.

2.2 The compounded feed manufactured by CLFMA (Compounded Livestock Feed Manufacturers Association) members during 1998-99 was 3.16 million tonnes. The feed production under organised sector since 1965 is given in Annexure-I. The demand-supply position for various feeds is given in Annexure - II. The present supply is only half of the total requirement. Moreover, the demand for small ruminants (goat and sheep) under stall fed conditions, rabbits and pigs is not estimated. Considering their requirements, the gap is much more.

2.3 The feed production could not keep pace with the growth in various species of farm animals and poultry. To meet the growing demand of processed and complete feeds for different class of animals, the unconventional feeds should also be used in the rations through proper processing for removal of anti nutritional factors. Thus, it indicates that there is a good scope for setting up feed processing plants of different capacities for production of various quality feeds.

3.Financial assistance for feed industry

3.1 NABARD is an apex institution for all matters relating to policy, planning and operations in the field of agricultural credit. It serves as a apex refinancing agency for the institutions providing investment and production credit. It promotes development through formulation and appraisal of projects through a well organised Technical Services Department at HO and Technical Cells at each of the ROs.

3.2 Loans from banks with refinance facility from NABARD are available for starting feed processing plants. For obtaining the bank loan, the entrepreneurs/companies should apply to the nearest branch of the commercial or cooperative or regional rural banks in their area in the prescribed application form which is available in the branches of financing banks. The entrepreneurs are also required to submit a detailed project report for which they can also take the help or guidance of the technical officers attached to the bank.

3.3 For feed processing plant with very large outlay, a detailed project reports will have to be prepared. The model format for formulation of bankable project is given in para 4. Banks provide financial assistance for the following purposes.

(a) Construction of factory building, godowns for raw materials as well as for finished products, office, canteen, generator room, essential quarters,etc.

(b) Purchase of equipments such as grinder, feed mixer, pelletizer, elevators, feed packing units, etc.

(c) Miscellaneous equipments such as transformer, generators, weighing scales vehicles, etc.

(d) Margin money for working capital requirement for one cycle of operation.

The cost of land is not considered for loan. However, if land is purchased for establishing a feed processing plant, land cost can be treated as party's margin money upto a maximum of 10 per cent of the total cost of project.

3.4. Scrutiny of Scheme by the Bank:

After the scheme is submitted to the Bank, it is examined for technical feasibility and economic viability.

(a) Technical Feasibility: This would briefly include:

(i) Availability of raw material such as grains, brans, oil cakes, mineral mixture, molasses, fish meal, vitamins, etc.

(ii) Feed formulation and technical norms

(iii) Infrastructure available for feed testing, procurement of raw material, marketing of different feeds, experience of the entrepreneur.

(b) Financial Viability: This would briefly cover:

(i) Project outlay, sources of funds and loan requirement

(ii) Raw material cost, expenses on fuel, labour, transport commission to be paid and other overheads

(iii) Output costs i.e. quantity and sale price of different feeds, number and sale price of empty gunny bags.

(iv) Income Expenditure statement and annual gross surplus

(v) Cash flow analysis - Benefit Cost Ratio(BCR), Net Present Worth (NPW) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR)

(vi) Repayment Schedule i.e. Repayment of principal loan amount and interest

Other documents such as loan application forms, security aspects, margin money requirements,etc. are also examined. A field visit to scheme area is undertaken for conducting techno economic feasibility study for appraisal of the scheme.

3.6. Sanction of Bank loan and its disbursement:

After ensuring its technical feasibility and financial viability, the scheme is sanctioned by the Bank. The loan is disbursed in two or three stages against construction of various civil structures, purchase of plant and machinery, miscellaneous fixed assets and margin money for working capital requirements. Constant follow up and supervision of the scheme is done by the Bank.

3.7. Lending terms

i) Unit Cost:

The Unit Cost depends upon the capacity of the feed mixing unit, type of feeds to be manufactured and also the infrastructure required.

ii) Margin Money:

In case if the feed mixing unit is integral part of the commercial poultry or dairy scheme, the down payment is based on the category of beneficiary. However, in respect of feed processing plant of larger size, the margin money is normally 25 per cent of the total cost of the project.

iii) Interest Rate:

It depends upon the RBI guidelines and also the individual banks. The present rate of interest for Rs.2.00 lakhs and above is linked to primary lending rates of banks which varies with the type of investment, beneficiary and also the credit rating.

iv) Security:

Security will be as per RBI guidelines issued from time to time.

v) Repayment period of loan:

It depends upon the gross surplus generation in the scheme. The loan will be repaid in suitable monthly or quarterly instalments usually within a period of 5-7 years. Wherever required, the grace period is also considered.

vi) Insurance:

The building and other assets such as poultry sheds, equipments may be insured against natural calamities.

4.Format of bankable project for feed plants

4.1 Introduction:

It should cover the name of the company, location of plant, activities, products, capacity of plant and project outlay

4.2 Company :

It should cover the location of registered office, date of formation, registration and authorised share capital. It should also cover the date of incorporation and commencement of business, the objectives, areas of operation, subscribed share capital.

4.3 Promoters and their background:

Name and address of promoters, their background, experience and net worth.

4.4 Management of the company:

Persons looking after the day to day management, their background, experience,etc. should be covered.

4.5 Project profile:

i) Land and location:

This should cover the area of land, location of the plant, distances from nearby town, availability of approach roads, power and water supply and other communication including schools, banks, hospitals,etc.

ii) Civil Structures:

Name of the Architect, type of structures proposed, drawings and detailed cost analysis of various civil structures along with the present position of implementation may be indicated. The technical specifications of civil structures are given in Annexure - III.

iii) Plant and Machinery:

The major plant and machinery (imported and indigenous separately), sources of supply, specifications and quotations for various items of equipment need to be given. List of major suppliers of feed plant machinery is given in Annexure - IV.

iv) Technical collaboration:

The name of the technical collaborators for monitoring and marketing of the products along with their addresses and the type of collaborations should be indicated. Technical collaboration fee/royalty to be paid should also be indicated.

v) Manufacturing process:

It should cover the manufacturing process of feed (mash/ pelleted feed) in the form of flow chart, proportion of various feeds to be manufactured and the composition of the different feeds.

vi) Infrastructural facilities:

a) Raw Material:

The feed ingredients (grains, cakes, brans, fish meal, molasses, vitamins, minerals,etc.), source and method of procurement, basis of price fixation, agreements if any for regular supply of raw material may be indicated. BSI standrads for feed ingredients are given in Annexure - V. Average nutritive values of common feed ingredients and the reasonable levels for their inclusion are given in Annexure - VI and VII respectively.

b) Packing material :

The type of packing material required (jute/plastic bags), source of supply, capacity and price of bag, approximate quantity required per month and method of purchase need to be furnished.

c) Utilities:

* Power: The total power requirement of the unit, source of power supply, position of power supply in the area and stand by arrangements made by the company, whether permission is obtained or applied to the State Electricity Board for power connection.

* Water: The source of supply, quantity available vis-a-vis daily requirement and arrangements made for supply of water.

* Fuel : The requirement of coal, diesel and gas, source of supply, adequacy of availability and cost of material may be mentioned.

* Steam: Quantity required, source and capacity of boiler.

 

* Transportation: The mode of transportation of raw material as well as feed, whether owned or hired vehicles, availability of vehicles and cost per kilometer.

* Laboratory : Whether the company is planning to set up a laboratory for testing the raw material as well as feed, specification of laboratory equipment, quality and cost, the proposed tests to be carried out and the adequacy of man power for carrying out these tests.

vi) Pollution Control:

The type of measures proposed for controlling the air pollution inside the unit and also for the employees of the company.

vii) Man power:

It should cover the technical skill and unskilled labourers required, their availability and source, method of recruiting them and also their salary structures/wage rates should be mentioned.

4.6 Marketing and business prospects:

a) The product mix, capacity of the plant, year-wise capacity utilisation and actual quantity of products produced per year.

b) Areas of marketing of the product and strategies i.e. Talukas, district or state-wise quantities proposed for sale, methods of sale, agencies/contractors, method of transportation of products, incentives or commission proposed to be paid, expenditure on publicity and brand name should be indicated. It should also cover the proposed marketing network in terms of staff and material.

c) Market survey for raw materials as well as for the products to be sold covering the demand/supply position, other sources of supply of products, the average price of products for the last 4-5 years and also the potential for selling the products should also be covered.

4.7 Socio-economic benefits: The number of villages, farmers and number of animals benefited and also number of persons employed either directly or indirectly in this activity.

4.8 Schedule of Implementation:

The proposed implementation schedule of the scheme may be indicated starting from purchase of land till commercial production.

4.9 Swot Analysis:

The strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats should be discussed separately.

4.10 Project cost:

i) Land:

Area of land, cost of land and conversion charges

ii) Site and land development:

It should cover the land levelling, fencing/compound wall, internal roads, drainage,etc. The specifications, unit cost and the total cost should be furnished.

iii) Civil structures:

The civil structures comprises of factory building, raw material and finished products godowns, office, laboratory, quarters, garage, canteen, etc. Detailed plan lay outs along with cost estimates certified by the Engineer should be given.

iv) Plant and machinery:

Imported/indigenous components, major suppliers, quantities, unit cost and the total cost of the plant and machinery including the misc. equipments should be given. The quotations along with the specifications is required to be enclosed.

v) Electrical system:

Covering transformer, diesel generators, internal and external electrification and also the deposits to be paid to the State Electricity Boards. The specifications of transformer as well as generators along with the quotations should be furnished. With reference to electrification - the break up is required to be given.

vi) Water supply and other utilities:

Source of water, specifications and expenditure on water supply system, cost of boilers for steam generation,etc.

vii) Vehicles:

Number and cost along with justification on requirement of the various vehicles, price quotations from the dealers along with specifications should be furnished.

viii) Pre-operative and preliminary expenses:

The item wise cost and justification should be given.

ix) Contingencies:

Percentage of contingencies and its reasonableness

x) Margin money for working capital:

The margin money for working capital may be worked out taking into account the requirements of various raw material, packing material, fuel,etc., finished products and sundry debtors for one cycle of operation.

4.11 Sources of Finance:

The total project cost and source of funds (equity/public issue, subsidy, loan,etc. should be furnished.

4.12 Techno economic parameters:

Should cover the capacity of the plant, yearwise capacity utilisation, quantity of feed manufactured, commission on sale of feed, transportation charges, power and fuel charges, packing material charges, salaries and wages, marketing expenses and other overheads. The procurement prices of various ingredients as well as the sale price of various brands of feed should be indicated.

4.13 Economics of the project and cash flow analysis:

Considering the capacity utilisation and also the various techno economic parameters, the income and expenditure streams have to be worked out to arrive at the gross profit. From the cash flow analysis, the Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR), Net Present Worth (NPW) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) of the project may be worked out to establish the economic/financial viability of the project.

4.14 The model economics for feed plant with a capacity to manufacture 100 MT per day are given in statements 1-10 as per the requirements sepcified in previous paragarphs.

4.15 Documents and clearances required:

Site Plan, structural drawings,quantities and detailed cost analysis of various civil structures certified by an Architect, Price quotations and specifications for various items of plant and machinery, Approval from State Electricity Board for load connection, NOC from Panchayat, approval from Inspector of Factories, Registrar of Copy Rights, approval for brand registration, Registration of Company, Memorandum of Articles of Association, Registration of Unit under SSI (If applicable), permission for procurement of molasses, agreement between the Company and the collaborator for technical assistance and market survey report.

5.Information sources and training facilities

Further reference list of books/periodicals on cattle and poultry feeds is given in Annexure - VIII. The addresses of training centres on feed formulation and quality control are given in Annexure - IX.

6.Checklist for financing cattle/poultry feed projects

(To be completed by the Executive/Officers of the Bank forwarding the Scheme)

1. Articles of Association and Memorandum of

the Company/Corporation ------------

2. Balance Sheets and profit and loss statements

for last 2-3 years for the existing companies ------------

3. Profile of Directors of Company ------------

4. Project cost and sources of funds ------------

5. In case of consortium, names of banks participating

in consortium ------------

6. Details of site, availability of land, electricity and water -----------

7. Availability of raw materials - Feed ingredients'

source of supply and costs -----------

8. Capacity of the feed plant per shift, no. of shifts

and capacity utilisation over years -----------

9. Type of feeds and quantities proposed to be manufactured -----------

10. Market survey report for raw material as well as

finished products ------------

11. Marketing strategy and net work for the sale of feed ------------

12. Technical and other man power requirement

availability and their salary structure ------------

13. Techno economic parameters for working

out the economics of the project ------------

14. Cash flow and profitability statement ------------

15. Break even point and income generation ------------

16. Arrangements for working capital requirements ------------

17. Undertaking from State Govt. for meeting the

deficit if any and also for repayment of loan

and interest if it is a corporation activity ------------

18. Licenses/approvals/permissions required

from the concerned departments -----------

19. Site plan of the area -----------

20. Detailed drawings and cost estimates for all items

of civil works signed by qualified engineers. ------------

21. Detailed specifications and cost of utilities ------------

22. Detailed specifications of each of equipment/

machinery and its cost based on market data/quotations ------------

23. Detailed list and cost of imported items

of equipment and license for import ------------

24. Implementation schedule and the mode of

execution of work i.e. Departmentally/

labour contract/turnkey basis -----------

 

Annexure - I

Growth pattern in production of compounded feeds by CLFMA members

 

Year

Cattle and other Feeds

Poultry feeds

Total feed

 

Production

(000 tonnes)

% to total

Production

(000 tonnes)

% to total

Production

(000 tonnes)

1,965

53.30

67.73

25.40

32.27

78.70

1,970

125.40

59.80

84.30

40.20

209.70

1,975

275.30

65.67

143.90

34.33

419.20

1,980

549.90

61.09

350.20

38.91

900.10

1,985

867.30

63.30

502.80

36.70

1370.10

1,990

1324.50

61.29

833.70

38.71

2161.20

1991-1992*

1479.20

61.07

942.80

38.93

2422.00

1992-1993*

1475.30

63.09

863.10

36.91

2338.40

1993-1994*

1370.80

61.00

876.50

39.00

2247.30

1994-1995*

1465.10

57.69

1074.60

42.31

2539.70

1995-1996*

1542.80

54.89

1267.80

45.11

2810.60

1996-1997*

1528.60

52.03

1409.00

47.97

2937.60

1997-1998*

1430.70

51.54

1345.00

48.46

2775.70

1998-1999*

1488.20

46.73

1696.60

53.27

3184.80

1999-2000

1302.30

44.46

1600.70

55.14

2903.00

2000-2001

1274.80

45.62

1519.30

54.38

2794.10

* April to March of the years indicated

Annexure - II

Demand for cattle and poultry feeds and supply by CLFMA members

Population in millions

 

Feed in million tonnes

Particulars

1994-95

1995-96

1996-97

1997-98

1998-99

1999-2K

Estimated cattle population :

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cattle Population

 

 

 

 

 

 

CB cows

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animals in milk

27.874

27.875

27.876

27.878

27.879

27.88

Dry animals

33.583

33.584

33.586

33.588

33.589

33.591

Buffaloes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animals in milk

24.570

24.571

24.572

24.574

24.575

24.576

Dry animals

15.266

15.267

15.268

15.268

15.269

15.27

Cattle feed requirement

 

 

 

 

 

 

CB cows

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animals in milk

7.156

7.156

7.156

7.157

7.157

7.157

Dry animals

2.155

2.155

2.156

2.156

2.156

2.156

Buffaloes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animals in milk

12.232

12.233

12.234

12.234

12.235

12.235

Dry animals

1.900

1.900

1.900

1.900

1.900

1.901

A. Total cattle feed requirement

23.443

23.445

23.446

23.447

23.448

23.449

Poultry population

 

 

 

 

 

 

Commercial layers

118

123

127

133

137

145

Commercial broilers

532

532

585

600

612

625

Layer parents

1.18

1.23

1.27

1.33

1.37

1.45

Broiler parents

3.8

3.8

4.18

4.29

4.37

4.46

Poultry feed requirements

 

 

 

 

 

 

Commercial layers

5.61

5.84

6.03

6.32

6.51

6.89

Commercial broilers

1.76

1.76

1.93

1.98

2.02

2.06

Layer parents

0.06

0.06

0.06

0.07

0.07

0.07

Broiler parents

0.25

0.25

0.27

0.28

0.28

0.29

B. Total poultry feed

requirements

7.67

7.91

8.3

8.64

8.88

9.31

C. Total of cattle and

poultry feed requirement

(A + B)

31.11

31.351

31.744

32.089

32.328

32.762

Supply of livestock feed

from CLFMA members

2.54

2.81

2.91

2.76

3.16

2.90

Annexure -III

 

Technical Requirements of Civil structures

1. Site Plan

A detailed site plan indicating the following information should be furnished:

- Area of the land

- Boundary conditions and approach road

- Layout, location of various existing and proposed

structures indicating with different colours (preferably)

2. Drawings and rate analysis

Structural and Architectural drawings of each item of civil constructions, measurement sheet, abstract of measurement and estimate of work rates approved in the schedule of rates, current market rates and analysis of rates applied to site conditions should be provided.

3. Development and Construction works

3.1 Land Development

The type of development, earth work and the cost should be given.Care should be taken to limit the cost by assessing the area - requirement for various construction works.

3.2 Fencing

Fencing can be of barbed wire with angle iron/ R.C.C./ Stone/ Wooden poles or chain link or boundary wall. The prevailing cost of these fences/wall may be considered.

3.3 Roads

Normally, Water Bound Macadam (WBM) roads are adequate. Normal road width of 15 to 20 ft. is sufficient. The total length, width and the height of the road alongwith the prevailing cost may be furnished.

3.4 Civil Structures:

i) Godown : For raw material and finished products. Normally, the raw material godown with a capacity to hold ingredients for a period of 45 days is considered. For storing 200 kg. of raw material, roughly one sq.ft. area is required. Similarly, in case of finished products(feed) also, for storage of one week production the godown may be considered.

ii) Silos : The silos for storage of grains may also be considered in case of large size plants. The silos may be of cement or aluminium or steel structure.

iii) Factory Building: Depending upon the capacity of the plant, the factory building area may also be considered. Normally, for a 10 tonne per day capacity plant, an area of 600 sq.ft. is sufficient. In case of automatic plants, higher areas may be considered which includes the ingredient bins, elevators and control panel areas,etc.

iv) Laboratory: For proximate analysis of ingredients as well as finished product it is essential to have own laboratory in case of large size processing plants. An area of 500-600 sq.ft. may be considered for such laboratory purpose.

v) Office Building : It depends upon the number of staff to be positioned in office for a plant with a capacity to handle 100 tonnes per day, an office area of 800-1000 sq.ft. is approximately sufficient.

vi) Store Room : It depends upon the capacity of the plant. A separate store may be considered for other equipments and vitamins, growth promoters,etc.

vii) Generator Room : 200-400 sq.ft. area for a generator is sufficient.

viii) Security Post: A Security Post at the entrance is essential to control the movement of trucks as well as the mobility of staff.

ix) Quarters:

Manager : Plinth area of 700-800 sq.ft. area is adequate for the purpose.

Supervisor: A maximum plinth area of 400 sq.ft. may be considered.

Labour and other staff: 200 sq.ft. area is adequate.

The quarters are normally considered only for the essential staff who are required to be on the site/plant.

x) Weigh bridge : For the weighment of ingredients and the finished products, a weigh bridge is essential at the entrance.

xi) Raw Material drying area: For drying of the grains to reduce the moisture levels to the extent required for a longer time. The drying area depends upon the capacity of the plant and the quality of grains to be stored.

4. Minor Irrigation Structures

Source of water and the expenditure on MI structures like well, motor, pipeline, water tanks,etc. may be considered.

Annexure - IV

 

List of major suppliers of Feed Plant Machinery

1

Ashok Engineering Works

Behind Satkar Hotel,

Bankapur Chowk,

Poona-Bangalore Road, Hubli 580 020

11

Khare Engineering Industries

C -17, Industrial Estate Coop.Society

Miraj 416 410

2

B I Industries 22-1-1040/9,

Derulshafa Main Road

Hyderabad 500 024

12

Kiran Engineering Works

G T Road, Batala - 143 505, Punjab

3

B K Allied Industries

G T Road, Near Water Tanks

Khanna - 141 401, Punjab

13

Paragon Enterprise Industries

27,GIDC Industrial Estate

Nandesari-391340

Baroda Dist. Gujarat

4

Buhler (India) Ltd. 209,

T V Industrial EstateS K Ahire Marg, Worli, Mumbai 400 028

14

Power Tech

900/1/A,GIDC, Makarpura,

Baroda 390 010

5

Cremach Designs

893/4, GIDC Industrial Estate Makarpura, P B No.802

Baroda 390 010

15

Precision products

Plot No.2007, Phase IV

GIDC Estate Vatva,

Ahmedabad 382 445

6

Forms and Gears

L -3 , Industrial EstateGuindy,

Madras 600 032

16

Shakti Engineering Works

G T Road, Batala 143 505, Punjab

7

Hard case Engineering Works Ltd. 5-3-325, Lalaji Meghaji Compound

M G Road,

Secunderabad - 3

17

Spectoms Engineering Pvt Ltd.

Purushottam Estate

Bahvcharaji Road

Baroda 390 018

8

Indian Fabricators

Phase IV Plot No.1305/1,

GIDC Industrial EstateNaroda, Ahmedabad 382 330

18

Sri Guru Siddheshwar Engineering Works, Karwar Road,

Near INDI Pump

Hubli - 580 024, Karnataka

9

Jaspal Steels & Allied Industries, Chandigarh Road

P B No. 73, Khanna 141401, Punjab

19

Standard Equipment Co.

Jandiala Road, Taran Taran

Amritsar - 143 401Punjab

10

Jaymes Engineering Co.Ltd.

Great Western Building

130-132, Shahid Bhagat Singh Rd.

Mumbai 400 023.

20

Troika Processes Ltd.

607, Embassy Centre

Nariman Point

Mumbai 400 021.

Annexure - V

BIS Standards for Feed/Ingredients

 

1.         Animal feeds and feeding stuffs,

-glossary of terms for IS :9703-1980

-methods of test for : General methods IS:7874 (Pt I)-1975

-minerals and trace elements IS:7874(PtII)-1975

-microbiological methods IS:7874(Pt III)-1975

-methods of sampling for aflatoxin analysis IS:13246:1992

-determination of aflatoxin B-1 content IS:13427:1992, IS 6651-1989

-determination of calcium: Titrimetric method IS:13433(PtI)-1992;

-Atomic absorption method IS:13433(PtII)-1992

-determination of calcium and

magnesium in mineral supplements IS: 13574-1992

2.         Blood meal IS : 7060-1973

3.         Bone meal - IS: 1942-1968, IS:7061-1973(calcined)

4.         Coconut Oilcake - Expeller pressed IS:2154-1986

            Solvent extracted IS:3592-1985

5.         Cottonseed Oilcake - Expeller pressed IS:1712-1982

            solvent extracted IS:3592-1985

6.         Dicalcium phosphate, animal feed grade IS:5470 -1969

7.         Fish meal IS:4307 - 1983

8.         Fodder yeast IS:3198 - 1965

9.         Gram - chuni IS:3161 - 1965

                        - husk IS:3162 - 1965

10.        Groundnut oilcake as livestock feed ingredient

            - Expeller pressed IS:1713 - 1986

            - solvent extracted IS:3441 - 1982

11.         Guar meal IS: 4193 - 1986

12.         Linseed oilcake as livestock feed ingredient

            - Expeller pressed IS:1935 - 1982

            -solvent extracted IS:3440 - 1985

13.         Maize - bran IS:2153 - 1985

              - germ oilcake IS:2151 - 1985

               - gluten feed IS:2152 - 1972

14.         Malt sprouts as livestock feed ingredient IS:11586 - 1986

15.         Mango seed kernel IS:10671 - 1983

16.         Meat meal as livestock feed ingredient IS:5065 -1986

17.         Mustard and rape seed oilcake IS:1932 - 1986

18.         Nigerseed oilcake, solvent extracted IS:5862 - 1970

19.         Par boiled rice bran as livestock feed ingredient IS:9867 - 1981

20.         Poultry, Nutrient requirements for IS:9863 - 1992

21.         Rice bran IS:3648 - 1975

             -solvent extracted IS:3593 - 1979

22.         Rice polish IS:3163 - 1965

23.         Safflower (kardi)oilcake

             -Expeller pressed IS:2503 - 1886

            -solvent extracted IS:6242 - 1985

24.         Salseed meal, solvent extracted IS: 7059 - 1973

25.         Sesamum (til) oilcake as livestock feed ingredient IS:1934 - 1982

26.         Silk worm pupae, dry IS:6107 - 1971

27.         Solvent extracted nigerseed oilcake (meal) IS: 5862 - 1970

28.         Solvent extracted sal seed meal IS:7059 - 1973

29.         Solvent extracted soyabean oilcake (meal) IS:10657 - 1983

30.         Sunflower oilcake; undecorticated

                -as livestock feed ingredient IS:10147 - 1982

                -decorticated IS:10165 - 1982

31.         Tapioca IS:1509 - 1972

32.         Spent pulp IS: 5064 - 1980

33.         Tur - chuni IS: 3160 - 1965

               - husk IS: 5063 - 1969

34.         Wheat bran IS: 2239 - 1971

 

Annexure - VI

Average Nutritive Values of common feed ingredients (Dry Matter basis)

No.

Botanical name

Common name

CP

(%)

DCP

(%)

TDN

(%)

DE

MCal

ME

MCal

A

CEREAL GRAINS

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Avena Sativa

Oats, Jai

10

7.5

80

3.5

2.8

2

Eleusine coracana

Finger millet

10

7.0

70

3.1

2.5

3

Hordeum vulgare

Barley, Jav

11

7.7

85

3.7

3.1

4

Oryza sativa

Rice, Chawal

8

6.0

85

3.7

3.2

5

Panicum millaceum

Proso millet

6

4.0

70

3.1

2.5

6

Pennisetum typhoides

Pearl millet

12

6.0

65

2.8

2.3

7

Sorghum bicolor

sorghum, Jowar

12

6.6

85

3.7

3.2

8

Triticum aestivum

Wheat

13

9.0

87

3.8

3.4

9

Zea mays

Maize, Makka

10

7.0

85

3.7

3.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B

LEGUMINOUS SEEDS

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Cajanus cajan

Pigeonpea

20

14.5

75

3.3

2.7

2

Cicer arietinum

Chickpea, Gram

20

14.0

85

3.7

3.2

3

Cyamopsis tetragonolobo

Cluster bean

30

22.5

79

3.5

2.8

4

Dolichos lablab

Hyacinth bean

17

10.2

70

3.1

2.5

5

Gossypium spp.

Cotton seed

18

12.5

88

3.8

3.3

6

Glycine max.

Soyabean

40

37.0

90

4.0

3.4

7

Lathyrus sativus

Khesari

29

22.0

85

3.7

3.2

8

Lens esculenta

Lentil, Masoor

25

20.0

80

3.5

2.9

9

Phaseolus aconitifolius

Moth bean

27

22.0

82

3.6

2.9

10

Paureus

Green gram

26

20.0

82

3.6

2.9

11

P.radiatus

Black gram

19

14.0

78

3.4

2.9

12

P.calcaratus

Rice bean

21

15.0

73

3.2

2.7

13

Vigna sinensis

Cowpea, Lobia

26

20.0

75

3.3

2

C

OIL SEEDS

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Arachis hypohaea

Groundnut seed

30

23.0

130

5.8

5.0

2

Brassica spp.

Mustard, Rape

22

20.5

112

5.0

4.5

3

Lunium usitatissium

Linseed, Flex

19

15.5

118

5.2

4.3

4

Sesamum indicum

Sesame, Til

24

19.5

125

5.5

5.0

D

NONCONVENTIONAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEEDS

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Acacia nilotica

Babul seed/pod

14

10.2

65

3.0

2.6

2

Cannabina

Seeds

33

---

---

---

---

3

Cassia tora

Chakunda

18

12.5

88

3.9

3.2

4

Crotalaria juncea

Sunhemp

36

31.0

70

3.1

2.5

E

PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(VEGETABLE SOURCE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Arachis hypogaea

Expeller

47

32.0

85

3.7

3.3

 

 

Solvent ext.

49

43.2

70

3.1

2.6

2

Brassica spp.

Expeller

34

28.5

80

3.5

2.9

 

 

Solvent ext.

38

30.5

68

3.0

2.4

3

Carthamus tinctorius

Expeller

42

32.0

69

3.0

2.5

4

Cocos nucifera

Coconut

23

18.0

85

3.7

3.2

5

Glycine max.

Expeller

41

35.7

86

3.7

3.3

 

 

Solvent ext.

46

41.4

80

3.5

3.0

6

Gossypium spp.

Expeller

28

20.0

80

3.5

2.9

7

Linum Usitatissium

Expeller

30

25.5

80

3.5

3.0

8

Sesamum inidcum

Expeller

40

35.0

85

3.7

3.3

9

Zea mays cake

 

20

15.0

82

3.6

3.1

10

Helianthus spp

Sunflower

26

22.0

70

3.1

2.7

11

Guizotia abyssinica

Niger cake

45

25.5

55

2.4

2.0

 

(ANIMAL PROTEIN SOURCE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Blood Meal

 

87

62.0

90

4.0

3.4

2

Meat Meal

 

65

52.5

85

4.2

3.6

3

Fish Meal

 

50

45.0

70

3.4

2.7

Annexure - VII

 

Reasonable levels of inclusion of various

Feed Ingredients in Poultry feeds

S.No.

Ingredients

Level in diet (%)

 

 

 

A

ENERGY FEEDS

 

 

 

 

1

Barley

20 - 35

2

Maize (yellow or white)

60

3

Oats

Less than 10

4

Pearl millet or Bajra

30 - 40

5

Rice, hulled

40 - 50

6

Sorghum (white with low tannins)

25 - 35

7

Sorghum (milo or coloured)

Less than 10

8

Wheat

45 - 50

 

 

 

B

MILLING BYPRODUCTS OF CEREAL GRAINS

 

 

 

 

1

Hominy feed, Maize bran, Maize grit

Less than 10

2

Molasses

5 - 15

3

Rice bran, deoiled rice bran

10 - 20

4

Rice polish

25 - 40

5

Salseed meal, deoiled

3 - 5

6

Tapioca chips, flour

10 - 20

 

 

 

C

PROTEINOUS FEEDS (VEGETABLE SOURCE)

 

 

 

 

1

Coconut cake, Cottonseed cake

5

2

Groundnut cake, expeller

40

3

Groundnut cake, solvent extracted

20

4

Linseed cake

Less than 5

5

Linseed cake, hot water treated

20

6

Mustard cake, rape cake, niger cake

Less than 10

7

Safflower cake, decorticated

20

8

Sunflower cake, decorticated

20

9

Sesame cake or til cake, expeller

20

10

Soyabean meal, heat treated

30 - 40

11

Sunflower cake, decorticated

20

 

 

 

D

PROTEINOUS FEEDS (ANIMAL SOURCES)

 

 

 

 

1

Fish meal, 45% protein

10

2

Fish meal, 55 - 60% protein

6 - 8

3

Fish scrap, fish solubles (dried)

3

4

Feather meal, hydrolysed

3

5

Silkworm pupae meal

5

6

Skim milk powder

5

 

 

 

E

MISCELLANEOUS FEEDS

 

 

 

 

1

Animal and vegetable fats

3 - 5

2

Distillers dried grains and solubles

10

3

Leguminous fodders leaf meal

5

4

Penicillin mycellium wastes

10

 

 

 

NB :

Some minor seeds like that of Lathyrus, Kasani, Dhaincha etc. and cakes like water washed neem seed kernel cake, mahua seed cake and other processed feeds may be used as replacement for similar feeds at 5 to 10 % levels.

Annexure - VIII

 

List of Training Centres on Feed Formulation and Quality control

1. Central Avian Research Institute,

Izatnagar - 243 122 (Uttar Pradesh)

2. Harayana Agricultural University

College of Animal Sciences, Hissar - 125 004

3. Regional Feed Analytical Laboratory

Govt. of India, CPBF Campus

Industrial Area, Chandigarh 160 002

4. Govt. of Maharashtra Feed Analytical Laboratory

C/o. Wool Research Centre, Sheed Breeding Farms

Gokhalinagar, Pune 411 016.

5. Regional Feed Analytical Laboratory

Govt. of India, C/o. Central Poultry

Breeding Farms,

Aarey Milk Colony, Mumbai 400 065.

6. B V Rao Institute of Poultry Management & Technology

Urlikanchan, Pune, Maharashtra

7. Central Poultry training Institute

Govt. of India, Hessarghatta

Bangalore 560 088

8. TAPCO Feed Analytical Labs

No.2, Chamiers Road, Nandanam

Chennai 500 035

9. ICAR Research Complex for North East Region

Bishnupur, Shillong 793 004

10. Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology

Bhubaneshwar 751 003 Annexure - IX

Books/Periodicals on Cattle/Poultry Feeds

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Sr Name of Book Author Publishers

No.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Hand book of Animal Husbandry ICAR ICAR Bhavan

Pusa, New Delhi

2. Animal Nutrition and Feeding Practices S K Ranjhan Vikas Publishers, New Delhi

3. Feeding of Poultry Dr B Panda ICAR, N.Delhi

4. Poultry Nutrition S Bose -do-

5. Agro Industrial by products

and non conventional feeds

for livestock feeding S K Ranjhan -do-

6. Text book of Feed processing

Technology N Pathak Vikas publishers, New Delhi

7. Poultry Feed Technology H C Saxena International

Book Distri-

butors

8. Operation and Maintenance

of Cattle Feed Plants NDDB MIS, Mehsana

9. Indian Poultry Industry

Year Book(1994) P R Gupta A-25, Priya-

darshanivihar

New Delhi

10. Dairy India Year Book(1997) P R Gupta A-25, Priya-

darshanivihar

New Delhi

 

Statement 1 : Commercial Poultry Feed Formulations

Sr.

No.

Ingredient

Commercial Layer Feed

 

 

Chick

Grower

Layer

 

 

Cost

Prop
ortion

Value

Proportion

Value

Proportion

Value

 

 

(Rs./

Kg)

(Kg)

(Rs.)

(Kg)

(Rs.)

(Kg)

(Rs.)

1

Maize

4.88

511.90

2498.07

319.30

1558.18

391.50

1910.52

2

Rice Polish

4.00

50.00

200.00

50.00

200.00

50.00

200.00

3

Jowar

4.19

0.00

0.00

60.00

251.40

40.00

167.60

4

Rice Kani

5.00

50.00

250.00

100.00

500.00

60.00

300.00

5

DEO Rice Polish

3.00

0.00

0.00

124.10

372.30

0.00

0.00

6

DEO Groundnut cake

7.90

50.00

395.00

90.00

711.00

130.00

1027.00

7

DEO Soyabean meal

8.00

230.00

1840.00

80.00

640.00

110.00

880.00

8

Sunflower meal/extract

4.02

50.00

201.00

120.00

482.40

90.00

361.80

9

Limestone powder

1.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

20.00

20.00

10

Dicalcium Phosphate

11.26

10.00

112.60

10.00

112.60

10.00

112.60

11

Salt Pure

4.00

5.00

20.00

5.00

20.00

4.00

16.00

12

Poultry Mineral Mixture

2.00

30.00

60.00

30.00

60.00

30.00

60.00

13

Shell Grit/

Marble Grit

1.40

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

50.00

70.00

14

Vitamin and Probiotics Mix

30.00

6.00

180.00

6.00

180.00

13.00

390.00

15

D.L. Methionine

180.00

1.50

270.00

0.40

72.00

1.20

216.00

16

L.Lysine

140.00

0.60

84.00

0.20

28.00

0.30

42.00

 

Total(Kg)

 

1000.00

6115.67

1000.00

5192.88

1000.00

5773.52

Statement 1 : Commercial Poultry Feed Formulations (continuation ...)

 

Sr.

No.

Ingredient

 

Commercial Broiler Feed

 

 

 

Starter

Finisher

 

 

Cost

Proportion

Value

Proportion

Value

 

 

 

(Kg)

(Rs.)

(Kg)

(Rs.)

1

Maize

4.88

512.00

2498.56

573.00

2796.24

2

Rice Polish

4.00

50.00

200.00

0.00

0.00

3

Jowar

4.19

0.00

0.00

30.00

125.70

4

Rice Kani

5.00

0.00

0.00

20.00

100.00

5

DEO Rice Polish

3.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

6

DEO Groundnut cake

7.90

70.00

553.00

60.00

474.00

7

DEO Soyabean meal

8.00

280.00

2240.00

235.00

1880.00

8

Sunflower meal/extract

4.02

30.00

120.60

25.00

100.50

9

Limestone powder

1.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

10

Dicalcium Phosphate

11.26

10.00

112.60

10.00

112.60

11

Salt Pure

4.00

4.00

16.00

4.00

16.00

12

Poultry Mineral Mixture

2.00

30.00

60.00

30.00

60.00

13

Shell Grit/Marble Grit

1.40

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

14

Vitamin & Probiotics Mix

30.00

7.00

210.00

6.00

180.00

15

D.L. Methionine

180.00

1.50

270.00

1.50

270.00

16

L.Lysine

140.00

0.50

70.00

0.50

70.00

 

Total(Kg)

 

1000.00

6355.76

1000.00

6190.04

Statement 2 : Commercial Cattle Feed Formulation

 

Sr.

No.

Feed Ingredient

Cost

(Rs./Kg)

Proportion

(Kg)

Value

(Rs.)

1

Deoiled Cakes (cotton seed, sunflower, corngluten, etc.)

8.00

150

1200.00

2

Cereals (maize, jowar, sorghum broken rice, etc.)

4.88

100

488.00

3

Deoiled rice bran

3.00

470

1410.00

4

Tapioca Products

3.00

100

300.00

5

Salt

4.00

20

80.00

6

Mineral (bone ash, lime, etc.)

10.00

20

200.00

7

Molasses

5.00

120

600.00

8

Urea

4.00

20

80.00

 

Total

 

1000

4358.00


Weighted average cost of raw materials

Cost

(Rs./Ton)

Proportion

(Ton)

Value

(Rs.)

Broiler - Starter

- Finisher

6355.76

6190.04

0.125

0.125

794.47

773.76

Layer - Chick

- Grower

- Layer

6115.67

5192.88

5773.52

0.050

0.100

0.300

305.78

519.29

1732.06

Cattle - Feed

4358.00

0.300

1307.40

Total

 

1,000

5432.75

Statement 3 : Calculation of working capital requirements

 

(Rs. in lakhs)

 

 

 

 

Year

Sr.

No.

Particulars

Period

Cost

(Rs./ton)

1*

2

3

4

1

Capacity Utilisation

---

---

70

80

90

100

2

Raw materials consumption

including wastage (tonnes per day)

 

 

70.70

80.80

90.90

101.00

3

Raw materials inventory

45days

5433

172.85

197.54

224.24

246.93

4

Work in progress

1 day

5937

4.20

4.80

5.40

6.00

5

Packing material

30days

305

6.47

7.39

8.32

9.24

6

Power and Fuel

15days

160

1.70

1.94

2.18

2.42

7

Finished goods inventory

7 days

6193

30.65

35.03

39.41

43.79

8

Sundry debtors

7 days

6908

33.85

38.68

43.52

48.36

 

Less : Sundry creditors

7 days

5433

26.62

30.42

34.23

38.03

 

Total working captial requirement

 

 

223.09

254.96

286.83

318.70

 

Margin money on working capital

 

 

55.77

63.74

71.70

79.67

 

IIncremental margin on

working capital

 

 

 

7.97

7.96

7.97

 

Working capital loan

 

 

167.32

191.22

215.13

239.03

 

Interest on working capital loan

(@18% per annum)

 

 

15.06

34.42

38.72

43.03

* During first year the plant will be operated for 6 months only

# Including 1% wastage

 

Statement 4 : Capital cost of the Project

S.No. Particulars Quantity Specifi- cations Unit cost Total cost
            Rs.in lakhs
1 2 3 4 5 6
             
1 Land 7 acres 50000 /acre 3.5
2 Land and site development          
i) Land levelling 70000 cuf 2 /cuft 1.4
ii) Barbed wire fencing 850 r.mts. 150 /r.mts. 1.28
iii) Internal roads 300000 Lumpsum 300000 Lumpsum 3
iv) Gate 50 r.mts. 1000 r.mts. 0.5
v) Security cabin 30 Sq.mts. 3000 /Sq.mts. 0.9
  Sub total         10.58
             
3 Civil Structures          
i) Raw material and finished feed godown 2354 Sq.mts. 3500 /Sq.mts. 82.39
ii) Machinery Hall 250 Sq.mts. 7000 /Sq.mts. 17.5
iii Office cum laborratory 325 Sq.mts. 3770 /Sq.mts. 12.25
iv) Generator and switch room 90 Sq.mts. 3000 /Sq.mts. 2.7
v) Canteen and change room 200 Sq.mts. 3230 /Sq.mts. 6.46
vi) Garrage for vehicles 80 Sq.mts. 2150 /Sq.mts. 1.72
vii) Residential quarters          
  a. Manager (one)   Sq.mts. 3500 /Sq.mts. 2.8
  b. Supervisor (3) 150 Sq.mts. 3200 /Sq.mts. 4.8
  c. Labourers (10) 150 Sq.mts. 2000 /Sq.mts. 3
viii) Architect fees 0.5 % of civil cum land development costs     0.7
  Sub total         134.33
4 Plant and Machinery          
i) Intake and grinding section 1   733000 /unit 7.33
ii) Mixing section 1   232000 /unit 2.32
iii Bagging and services 1   340000 /unit 3.4
iv) Electricals 1   164000 /unit 1.64
v) Steel strructures 1   297000 /unit 2.97
vi) Errection and commissioning Lumpsum -- 95000 Lumpsum 0.95
vii) Hopper speed control Lumpsum -- 180000 Lumpsum 1.8
  and hopper & misc. equipment          
viii) Transportation, insurance Lumpsum -- 355000 Lumpsum 3.55
  etc.          
ix) Boiler 1   310000 /unit 3.1
x) Pellet Mill 1   1838000 /unit 18.38
  Sub total         45.44
             
5 Misc. fixed assets          
i) Lab equipments Lumpsum -- 750000 Lumpsum 7.5
ii) Weighing machine Lumpsum -- 750000 Lumpsum 7.5
iii) Office furniture and computers Lumpsum -- 750000 Lumpsum 7.5
  Sub total         22.5
             
6 Vehicles          
i) Jeeps 2 No. 350000 /unit 7
ii) Motor cycles 2 No. 50000 /unit 1
  Sub total         8
             
7 Electricals          
i) Generator 1 125 KVA 500000 /unit 5
ii) Transformer and accessories Lumpsum -- 1500000 Lumpsum 15
  and external lighting          
  Sub total         20
             
8 Water supply system Lumpsum -- 250000 Lumpsum 2.5
  underground water lane          
  well, pump, filteration plant          
  etc.          
             
9 Preliminary and pre-operative          
  expenses          
i) Company formation expenses 2.5% of item no.1-8       15.21
ii) Capitalisation of interest As per statement No. 9       0
            15.21
             
10 Margin money on working 25 % of total working capital requirement       0
  capital          
             
  TOTAL PROJECT COST         68.21
             
  MARGIN MONEY 25 % of the project cost       17.05
             
             
  BANK LOAN         51.16
             
             

Statement 5 : Manpower Requirement

 

Sr.

No.

Manpower

(No.)

Requirement

(Per head)

Salary

(per month)

Total Salary

1

Manager

1

8,000

8,000

2

Accounts Officer

1

5,000

5,000

3

Maintainance Engineer

1

6,000

6,000

4

Sales Officer

1

5,000

5,000

5

Chemists

2

4,000

8,000

6

Floor supervisors

3

3,000

9,000

7

Operators

3

3,000

9,000

8

Stores Supervisor

1

2,500

2,500

9

Assistant Accountants

1

2,500

2,500

10

Electrical Supervisor

1

2,500

2,500

11

Mechanical Supervisor

1

2,500

2,500

12

Skilled workers

21

2,000

42,000

 

Total

37

---

102,000

 

Incentives and Perks

(30% of the salary)

 

 

30,600

 

Total monthly payments

 

 

132,600

Statement 6 : Techno-economic parameters

 

S.No.

Particulars

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Capacity of the plant ( MT / 2shifts )

100

 

 

 

2

No. of operating shifts per day

2

 

(8hrs/shift)

 

 

 

 

3

No. of working days in a year

 

 

First year

150

 

Second year

300

 

 

 

4

Capacity utilisation (%)

 

 

First year

70

 

Second year

80

 

Third year

90

 

Fourth year

100

 

 

 

5

Wastage of raw material (%)

1.00

 

 

 

6

Raw material consumption(MT)

 

 

First year

10605

 

Second year

24240

 

Third year

27270

 

Fourth year

30300

 

 

 

7

Average cost of Raw materials

5433

 

(Rs. per MT)

 

 

 

 

8

Power and fuel

160

 

(Rs. per MT of raw material consumed)

 

 

 

 

9

Cost of packing materials

305

 

(Rs. per MT feed manufactured)

 

 

 

 

10

Wages (Rs. per MT of feed manufactured)

39

 

 

 

11

Factory overheads

30

 

(Rs. lakhs per year)

 

 

 

 

12

Repairs and maintainance

2.40

 

(Rs. lakhs per year)

 

 

 

 

13

Administrative overheads

33

 

(Rs. lakhs per year)

 

 

 

 

14

Selling and distribution overheads

27

 

(Rs. lakhs per year)

 

 

 

 

15

Salaries, incentives and perks (Rs. in lakhs/ Month) with 5% increase per year

1.33

 

 

 

 

 

 

16

Product mix (%)

 

 

Comm. broiler - starter

12.50

 

Comm. broiler - finisher

12.50

 

Commercial Layer - Chick mash

5.00

 

Commercial Layer - Grower mash

10.00

 

Commercial Layer - Layer mash

30.00

 

Cattle Feed

30.00

 

 

 

17

Quantity of feed manufactured(MT)

 

 

First year

10500

 

Second year

24000

 

Third year

27000

 

Fourth year

30000

 

 

 

18

Sale price of feed (Rs. per MT)

 

 

Comm. broiler - starter(mash)

8200

 

Comm. broiler - finisher(mash)

8200

 

Commercial Layer - Chick mash

7050

 

Commercial Layer - Grower mash

6500

 

Commercial Layer - Layer mash

6850

 

Cattle feed - pellets

6000

 

Weighted average sale price of feed ( Rs. /MT )

6908

 

 

 

19

Sale of Gunny bags(Rs. per bag)

9.00

 

 

 

20

No. of gunny bags per ton of raw material

13.33

 

 

 

21

Depreciation(WDM) - % : Buildings

10.00

 

Machinery

25.00

 

Vehicles

33.00

 

 

 

22

Income tax rate ( % )

44.00

 

 

 

23

Interest rate on term loan (%)

15.5

 

 

 

24

Intrerest rate on working capital loan (%)

18

 

 

 

25

Repayment period (No. of quarters)

28

 

 

 

26

Moratorium(No. of quarters)

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Statement 7 : Calculation of depreciation on written down value method

 

(Rs.in Lakhs)

 

Civil Structures

Depreciation

Plant and Machinery

Depreciation

Misc. Fixed Assets

Depreciation

Year

Value at begining

( @ 10 % per

Value at begining

( @ 25 % per

Value at begining

( @ 33 % per

 

of the year

annum )

of the year

annum )

of the year

annum )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

141.40

14.14

45.44

11.36

50.50

16.67

2

127.26

12.73

34.08

8.52

33.84

11.17

3

114.53

11.45

25.56

6.39

22.67

7.48

4

103.08

10.31

19.17

4.79

15.19

5.01

5

92.77

9.28

14.38

3.59

10.18

3.36

6

83.50

8.35

10.78

2.70

6.82

2.25

7

75.15

7.51

8.09

2.02

4.57

1.51

8

67.63

6.76

6.07

1.52

3.06

1.01

9

60.87

6.09

4.55

1.14

2.05

0.68

10

54.78

5.48

3.41

0.85

1.37

0.45

11

49.30

4.93

2.56

0.64

0.92

0.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Statement 8 : Income and expenditure and tax liability

 
*The value is a notional figure to arrive at Average DSCR through computerised formula for any number of years i.e upto 10 years
 

Statement 9

Repayment schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Rs. in lakhs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instalment:

9.82

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quarter

O/S at the begining of the qtr.

Recovery of principal

Recovery of principal in the year

Recovery of interest

Recovery of interest in the year

Total recovery in the qtr

Total recovery in the year

1*

58.94

0.00

 

2.28

 

2.28

 

2*

176.81

0.00

 

6.85

 

6.85

 

3

235.74

0.00

 

9.13

 

9.13

 

4

235.74

0.00

0.00

9.13

27.40

9.13

27.40

5

235.74

9.82

 

9.13

 

18.96

 

6

225.92

9.82

 

8.75

 

18.58

 

7

216.10

9.82

 

8.37

 

18.20

 

8

206.27

9.82

39.29

7.99

34.26

17.82

73.55

9

196.45

9.82

 

7.61

 

17.43

 

10

186.63

9.82

 

7.23

 

17.05

 

11

176.81

9.82

 

6.85

 

16.67

 

12

166.98

9.82

39.29

6.47

28.17

16.29

67.46

13

157.16

9.82

 

6.09

 

15.91

 

14

147.34

9.82

 

5.71

 

15.53

 

15

137.52

9.82

 

5.33

 

15.15

 

16

127.69

9.82

39.29

4.95

22.08

14.77

61.37

17

117.87

9.82

 

4.57

 

14.39

 

18

108.05

9.82

 

4.19

 

14.01

 

19

98.23

9.82

 

3.81

 

13.63

 

20

88.40

9.82

39.29

3.43

15.99

13.25

55.28

21

78.58

9.82

 

3.04

 

12.87

 

22

68.76

9.82

 

2.66

 

12.49

 

23

58.94

9.82

 

2.28

 

12.11

 

24

49.11

9.82

39.29

1.90

9.90

11.73

49.19

25

39.29

9.82

 

1.52

 

11.34

 

26

29.47

9.82

 

1.14

 

10.96

 

27

19.65

9.82

 

0.76

 

10.58

 

28

9.82

9.82

39.29

0.38

3.81

10.20

43.10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* During first and second quarters the average balance is taken into consideration as the loan will be disbursed in a phased manner

 

Statement 10 : Cash flow analysis of the feed plant project

(Rs. in Lakhs)

 
 
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