No.1 Dairy Farming Course - RocketSkills Exclusive


Learn how to set up & run a successful a dairy farm, high yield by proper farm management.

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Instructed by
Sachin Dhamdhere

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to a private WhatsApp group to learn with peers

Certificate of completion

Earn an industry recognized certificate upon completion.


Experts well versed in Hindi & English to solve all your doubts

Who is this course for?

Start your dairy business with less than Rs. 40,000 investment & earn upto 1 lac a month
First-time entrepreneurs who want to start a dairy business
Experienced dairy farmers looking to expand their business
Anyone with space of 10,000 sq ft & wants to earn a secondary income

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Course structure

  • Access to 10+ hours video lectures
  • Language: Hindi & Hinglish 


  • Introduction
  • Present cattle dairy farming status
  • Potential of cattle dairy farming
  • Eligibility for cattle dairy farming
  • Course snapshot
  • Important topics


  • Importance of Site Selection in cattle dairy farming
  • Different types of housing
  • Importance of final layout
  • Principles of housing, Ideal housing method for Indian conditions
  • Housing for dry cows, lactating cows, new born calves, heifers and feed storage space


  • Selection of cows based on genetic traits, discuss different breeds also
  • Basic points to be considered while purchase of new cows, tests to be conducted before purchasing of cows
  • Importance of quarantine and SOP for quarantine of newly purchased cows


  • Vaccination schedule for cows
  • Deworming schedule for cows
  • Basic points to be considered while procurement, storage, vaccinating and deworming of cows.
  • Other general health preventive health care protocols
  • Zoonotic diseases, its spread and prevention.


  • Importance of fodder in cow diet.
  • Effect of inconsistency in fodder quality and supply
  • Silage making
  • Hay Making


  • Differentiate sick cow and normal cow based on physical symptoms
  • Importance of foot bath and twice a year hoof trimming
  • Basic points to be considered to improve hoof health
  • Ticks outbreak consequences and its control
  • Importance of biosecurity on dairy farm


  • Basic points to be considered in breeding of dairy cows
  • Identify cows in heat based on symptoms
  • Why we need artificial insemination and basic care to be taken while doing AI
  • What should be ideal calving interval and importance of keeping lower calving interval?
  • Importance of drying off and basic precautions to be taken at the time of drying off and in dry off period.
  • Importance of preparation of cow for lactation in close up period
  • Cares to be taken in calving and fresh period of cows


  •  Care to be taken immediately after birth, Importance of first colostrum
  •  Feeding schedule of calves till weaning period
  •  Vaccination and deworming schedule of new born calves
  •  Age based grouping of dairy calves and heifers
  •  Age group wise parameters to assess calf growth


  •  Basic equipment and machinery required in dairy farming
  •  Care to be taken while selecting equipment


  •  Importance of consistent timely milking
  •  Importance of milking sequence like predeep, stripping, wiping, milking and post deep
  •  Pre and post deep solution uses and its importance
  •  Prevention and control of mastitis, Importance of cleaning and hygiene on farm
  •  Importance of CIP (Cleaning In Process)
  •  Benefits of instant chilling of milk on MBRT
  •  Milk quality standards and its management


  •  Ideal farm size stages for commercial farm
  •  Commercial calculation of one model farm
  •  Importance of timely selling of nonperforming cows
  •  Waste management plan
  •  Managing summer heat stress


  •  List of basic mistakes in dairy farming and best remedies to overcome
  •  Importance of Record keeping

Meet your Expert

Sachin Dhamdhere

Bsc. Agriculture, 10 years of dairy farming
Mr. Sachin Dhamdhere is a farm manager by profession who has expertise in Feeding and Forage Management. He has been advising big large herd dairy farms like Happy Milk (Bangalore), SRC Farm (Kolkata) and many more as a subject matter expert. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from MPKV Rahuri and proceeded to get a certification from the prestigious Penn-state College of Agriculture.

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What Rocket Skills users are saying

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Enjoyed the presentation, very lucidly presented, looking forward to next chapter. I an absolute city bred , trying to gain some agricultural knowledge, thank you!!

Final review, all chapters well presented, informative, and provides the groundwork to umderstanding and confidently start hydroponics farming,

8 months ago
Vaishakh Murali
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Knowledgeable, and good teacher

9 months ago
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The course is designed in a good way of easy understanding to any person interested in this field and the course fee is also very nominal. starting to ending the way of teaching and covering all the areas to do dairy farming easily.

11 months ago
Charu sharma
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My confidence for having my own dairy farm has increased to multiple folds

12 months ago
ÊMohit .
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very Good explanation about dairy farming, covered all the important topics regarding this technology . Thank you very much Sachin Sir.

1 year ago
verified ownerverified owner

A very useful course for dairy farming business aspirants.

1 year ago

Our impact


people started their own farms


farmers completed training


New Businesses started this year


farmers increased revenue by 3X


Investment in dairy farming depends on the number of adult cows we would like to have on-farm. A rough calculation is around Rs. 1,00,000 to 2,00,000 per adult cow is required to set up a dairy farm. This includes cow cost, equipment cost, and infrastructure cost. This is excluding land costs.

Dairy farming is a land-intensive business that requires around 600 to 800 sq.ft. of land per adult cow. This includes space require for housing, feed storage, roads, milk room, and office.

Ideally it is suggested to start a dairy farm with 3-5 cows & then expand from their based on your revenue & business model

Given the slightly higher investment required & other variables of the region like labor costs, distance from market, mode of transportation & competition, profit margins for dairy farming vary are from 14% to 37%. This includes the cost of setup & front-end management.

Subsidies available for small-scale dairy farming is around 25% to 33%. You can learn more about the same from this link.

In terms of licensing – FSSAI Registration is a basic license required for all small-scale dairy farmers having 500 liters of milk per day.

Clean unadulterated liquid milk, Homemade ghee, Paneer, A2 liquid milk, vermicompost, Jeevamrut, PROAM etc are various commercial products that can be generated from dairy farms opening up more sources of revenues for farmers.

Cattle dairy farming,
Milk processing and milk product manufacturing,
Organic manure production etc are various agri-business a dairy farmer can venture into while maintaining a diversified source of income.


Dairy farming has been a part of Indian culture since ancient times. Earlier it was considered a family business and passed down from generation to generation. What’s commendable is that since the ‘White Revolution’ in the 1970s, dairy farming, from being a traditional family-run business has become an organized industry with technological specializations in every part of the process. This transformation has made the Indian dairy industry a world leader. 

Cows farms and buffalo farms are the foundation of the dairy industry. Breeds of buffaloes like Jaffarbadi, Mehsani, and Murrah are the high breeding ones while Red Sindhi, Gir, Rathi, and Sahiwal are the top milk breeders from India. Dairy farming is a lucrative business choice nowadays. It is an eco-friendly business, and it can be commenced in all seasons. It is deemed a thousand times better option as compared to a job. To read more about Dairy Farming, click here


Commercial dairy farming is very different from traditional farming as it has a lot of technical requirements and challenges. Here are some of the basic prerequisites to start your own commercial dairy farm:


1) Selecting a good cow– Choosing healthy cattle for a dairy farm is one of the first requirements for a successful dairy farming business. The animals must be healthy, with good weight and build. While purchasing cattle the eyes, nose, udders, mobility, coat and other features must be carefully observed. Moreover, it is important to study the market that one wishes to serve such as the geography, Incomes and the household types (Nuclear or Joint) in order to analyze what type of milk will sell the best. 

 Whether one wishes to launch a Cow Dairy Farm or a Buffalo Dairy Farm will depend on the fat consumption and requirement of the market. To learn more about the nuances that come with selecting good cattle, you can take our dairy farming course. We make sincere efforts to educate those farmers and empower them with a checklist that, if followed, will ensure that they select a healthy and high-quality animal with greater success.


2) Proper housing for the animals– Milk producing animals’ sheds should be provided with an ample amount of space so that they can move freely. The shed should be well ventilated and the floors should be non-slippery. The shed should be away from the roadside at least 900 sq. mt away and not to be positioned at lower lying areas as during heavy rains water will fill up those areas first. Generally, 40-80-sq. ft open space is required per animal.


3) Food and water provision– Providing the cattle with clean drinking water is of utmost importance as no animal requires clean drinking water as much as milk-producing animals require. To produce 1 liter of fresh milk cattle requires 5 liters of clean and fresh water. 

The cattle should be fed with about 15-20 Kg of green fodder and 6 Kg of dry fodder per day. Usually, people consider buying fodder in the peak seasons of Raksha Bandhan to Baisakhi as the weather in those months favors the growth of green grasses. Hence, enough green fodder is available and surplus food is preserved as hay. It is necessary to strike a balance between the various nutrient requirements for optimal milk production.

4) Vaccination and cattle farming- There are some highly fatal diseases like foot and mouth diseases, black quarter, hemorrhagic septicemia, rabies, infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, theileriosis, and anthrax that are endemic in nature. These cause heavy losses to the dairy business. Fortunately, they can be controlled by vaccination. Consult a veterinarian to learn the lowdown of the vaccination schedule. Looking after and maintaining good animal health is the gateway to successful dairy farming in India.




There are many people who want to get into small-scale or large-scale dairy farming. business. However, due to lack of knowledge and initial investment involved they are unable to set up a dairy unit. Through the dairy production and management course available on Rocket Skills, a user is made aware of the ins and outs of dairy business management.

With the help of the dairy farm training courses taught by experts and professionals, the user can learn where and how to dedicate the effort and time on the farm to make the business more profitable. 

  • The online Dairy Farming course at Rocket Skills is in-depth and well structured. The course is designed by experts in the field who have hands-on experience and industrial know-how, after having run their own successful dairy farm.
  • Covering both practical and theoretical knowledge the course has a minimum of 10 plus hours of recorded content and is designed in a way that will enable the users to start their own agribusiness in commercial Dairy Farming.
  • As mentioned before, our instructors are experts in their respective fields and have held many prestigious accolades. Moreover, the users get a chance to interact with these experts one on one and clear their doubts through live sessions.
  • Rocket Skills enables peer-to-peer learning by giving access to exclusive groups upon enrollment. Through these groups, the users can interact with like-minded people and learn from each other.
  • Rocket Skills is the best online training platform to start your online training from as our dairy farming online training course is committed to steering the learner in the direction of an informed decision by understanding the important basics of commercial dairy farming.

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