How To Become A Crorepati Farmer in India


  • 37 Profitable farming ideas in India
  • Advantages and disadvantages of these agribusinesses
  • How to choose an agribusiness
  • Guidance on starting the farm projects
  • Estimated project cost and profitability
  • Marketing strategy
  • Govt. schemes and farm subsidies.
  • Guidance on formulating project report to get bank loan
  • Printed paperback book
  • Total pages (274+8)=282


There are a plethora of books on agriculture available in the market. Those books mainly cover agronomy, animal husbandry, veterinary science or agribusiness management specifically written for agriculture or management students who desire to enter into white-collar profession but fail to guide prospective entrepreneurs who wish to start their own agribusiness.

HOW TO BECOME A CROREPATI FARMER IN INDIA is written for those who wish to start a farm. Those without any farming experience or eductation, those who are successful in another profession or business and want to start farming, those who have retired from jobs and want to start a farm life or those who are already engaged in farming activities but want to expand their business will get an understanding of what to do, how to do, when to do and how much to do from this book.

Content of The Book

  1. Opportunities in Indian agriculture
  2. Dairy farming
  3. Poultry farming
  4. Goat & pig farming
  5. Fish farming
  6. Beekeeping
  7. Mushroom farming
  8. Vermicomposting
  9. Fruit tree plantation
  10. Agroforestry
  11. Protested cultivation
  12. Organic farming
  13. Agriculture loan and project report
  14. Farm subsidy
  15. Choosing the right agricusiness

If you are looking for an expert to guide you starting and running a profitable farm in India then this book is definitely for you.

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Weight0.5 kg


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