Malanadu Farmers Society (MFS)


Address:
Malanadu Farmers' Society (MFS)
Parathodu, Kanjirapally,
Kottayam, Kerala-686512
E-mail: mfs.org@rediffmail.com

Address of Zonal Office:
Malanadu Farmers’ Society,
Vayalpetty, Veerapandy,
Theni (Dt.), Tamil Nadu

Legal Status:
Registered as a Social Service Society on 19th
July 2000, under Travancore Cochin
Literary Scientific and Charitable Societies
Act, 1955.

Registration No.
K – 631/2000

Operational Area:
The States of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Special focus areas:
Kottayam, Idukki, Pathanamthitta
Districts of Kerala and Theni and Madurai Districts of Tamilnadu.

The Vision:

Enabling farmers to attain prosperity, ensuring universal fraternity with nature and humanity.

The Mission

To help the farmers to get a reasonable return for their efforts in the soil by making them aware of various advanced techniques and methods of cultivation without harming the fundamental being of nature and its resources and thereby ensure a decent living and safe habitat for present and future generations.

The Objectives

To take leading role in organizing farmers and farmers movements.
To make the farmers aware of various techniques in scientific methods of cattle and calf rearing through training and other activities.
To help the farmers to produce agricultural value added products especially from milk
To make arrangements for processing & marketing of milk and milk products
To organize various welfare programmes for cattle farmers.
To procure, process, and arrange marketing of agricultural products for economically supporting small and marginal farmers.
To take leadership in various regional developmental activities through Biogas Plant construction, extraction of honey and sustainable energy development programme.
To establish research and development centre for preserving and promoting indigenous breed of cattle.
To organise training for the people in various home based rural employment programmes.
To generate awareness among the people about dangers of using harmful pesticides and chemical fertilizers and encourage them to shift to organic farming and take steps for its promotion.