Champion Woman Dairy Farmer

by | Apr 13, 2019 | Success Stories

Sushma Lakda, a woman dairy farmer from Kudu Navatoli, Lohardaga, Jharkhand, narrated her experience in maintaining a herd of 20 cows who yield 80-100 litres of milk every day enabling her to pursue the engineering studies of two of her sons and daughter in the capital city of Ranch and Steel city of Jamshedpur, also proudly stated that her children are proud of their mother’s achievements. Till 2003, Sushma used to sell Hadu (liquor made from rice) on the roadside. Her net income is in the range of Rs. 28000 – 30000 per month. Sushma has received several awards and is considered a role model in the state.

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