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Water Tank Yojana For Farmer 2020-21

To help farmers become economically prosperous by increasing farm production, the state government has implemented a support scheme for construction of community based ground water tanks under the self-reliant package during the year 2020-21. 
To avail the benefits of this scheme, the farmers have to apply in groups and the group leader's account as decided by the group will be paid 50 per cent of the cost or Rs 2.50 lakh whichever is less. Under this scheme the unit table will have to include the capacity of material including electric room, electric board and electric pump / motor with RCC paki underground / storage tank with a capacity of at least 1000 cubic meters. 
In order to benefit the farmer account holders by forming a group with the consent of the scheme, the government has given the date. I-farmer portal has been opened till 15/08.
More distinct terms are commonly used to denote farmers who raise specific domesticated animals. For example, those who raise grazing livestock, such as cattle, sheep, goats, and horses, are known as ranchers (U.S.), graziers (Australia & U.K.), or simply stockmen. Sheep, goat, and cattle farmers might also be referred to respectively as shepherds, goatherds, and cowherds. The term dairy farmer is applied to those engaged primarily in milk production, whether from cattle, goats, sheep, or other milk producing animals. A poultry farmer is one who concentrates on raising chickens, turkeys, ducks, or geese, for either meat, egg, or feather production, or commonly, all three. A person who raises a variety of vegetables for market may be called a truck farmer or market gardener. Dirt farmer is an American colloquial term for a practical farmer, or one who farms his own land.[6]

In developed nations, a farmer (as a profession) is usually defined as someone with an ownership interest in crops or livestock, and who provides land or management in their production. Those who provide only labor are most often called farmhands. Alternatively, growers who manage farmland for an absentee landowner, sharing the harvest (or its profits) are known as sharecroppers or sharefarmers. In the context of agribusiness, a farmer is defined broadly, and thus many individuals not necessarily engaged in full-time farming can nonetheless legally qualify under agricultural policy for various subsidies, incentives, and tax deductions.

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