PM launches e-GOPALA app for farmers

Sep 10 2020 06:25 PM
PM launches e-GOPALA app for farmers

New Delhi: Narendra Modi government of the Center is constantly taking new steps to increase farmers' income. Now in this sequence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched a new app to help farmers today i.e. on Thursday. Yes, according to the information received, the name of this app is e-Gopala app. Yes, through this app, farmers will also be able to increase their income through animals. Let us tell you that the e-Gopala App has been launched by the breed improvement market and information portal. At the same time, PM himself has tweeted about this app.


In a tweet, he said, 'It provides a comprehensive breed improvement market and information portal for our hardworking farmers. This is an innovative endeavor, which will greatly benefit the cattle rearing farmers. This app is an online medium for the prosperity of dairy farmers and to increase animal productivity.

What is E-Gopala App- This app is a comprehensive breed improvement market and information portal for the direct use of farmers. As you may be aware, at this time there is no digital platform available for farmers managing livestock in the country, which includes the purchase and sale of disease-free germplasm in all forms (semen, embryos, etc.). In such a situation, through this app, you can guide farmers for artificial insemination, first aid of animals, vaccination, treatment etc. and animal nutrition. Apart from this, this app will also inform about the due date for vaccination, pregnancy diagnosis, calming etc. and various government schemes, campaigns in the area. With this, this app will also work to provide solutions to farmers on all these aspects.

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