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Indian Man Earns Over Rs800,000 by Selling Donkey Milk, Which Is At Least 70 Times More Expensive Than Cow Milk

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An Indian man has found success in an unconventional business venture, as reported by Indian media on Monday. Dhiren Solanki, from Gujrat, has established a donkey milk farm in his village in the Patan district, which has earned him over INR 250,000 (approximately PKR 830,000).

Solanki, who had initially sought a government job due to dissatisfaction with his private sector employment, decided to pursue the rare opportunity presented by donkey milk. He recognized the scarcity of donkeys in South India and took the initiative to set up his farm about eight months ago.

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Despite facing challenges in the initial months due to low local demand, Solanki’s fortunes changed when he tapped into the market of cosmetic companies in South India. Donkey milk, which costs between INR 5,000-7,000 per litre, is highly valued in the cosmetics industry for its beneficial properties.

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Solanki’s entrepreneurial journey highlights the potential for success in unconventional business ventures and serves as an inspiring example of innovation in the agricultural sector.

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