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Research Article Open Access
Analysis of the house hold demand for milk in the year 2021 was estimated and juxtaposed with the production to identify the gap in production. The consequent per capita consumption of milk in Karnataka was derived. The result of the study reveals that Karnataka which has a marginal surplus of milk in 2010 - 11 may fall short by 2016 and 2021. It appears that there will be an acute shortage of milk with total consumption increasing to 54.04 lakh tonnes and 81.29 lakh tonnes, respectively. The corresponding increase in production in the state will be 50.4 lakh tonnes and 52.4 lakh tonnes respectively, due to the slow growth of output of milk in relation to consumption growth.