Goat farming business is all about mass –breeding of goats
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the world average meat consumption stands 42.5 kilograms per person per year. In developing countries, the rate is 32.4 kg. In industrialized countries, average meat consumption amounted to 79.2 kg. Based on the figures, on an average a Nepali eats 11.15 kg meat per year. Per capita meat consumption was 9.8 kg per year in 2008 and 9.7 kg in 2000. Despite the growth, Nepal is still far behind other developing countries.
The status, economics and prospects of commercialization of goat production in the country have been analyzed using primary data from different commercial goat farms in Nepal. It has been revealed that several large and progressive farmers, businessman and industrialists have adopted commercial goat farming. The entry of large farmers, who have better access to technical knowledge, resources and market, into this activity would help in realizing the potential of goat enterprise. A majority of commercial goat farms have been found operating with positive net returns
1. Entering into Goat Dairy Industry.
2. Starting Organic Agro Farm like cash agro, bee farming, Turmeric, Ginger are of high possibilities.
3. Entering into Tourism Sector.
4. Trading of modern shelter, sheds and Equipment.