National Council of State Agricultural Marketing Boards, New Delhi


Marketing of agricultural produce is gaining importance all across the world in general and developing world in particular. Agricultural marketing policy in India has been characterized by State participation in production activities; state intervention in procurement and distribution of food grains; directing agricultural economy through regulatory mechanism such as licensing and control on movement, storage; creation of facilitating centers in the form of regulated markets; encouraging co-operative marketing; creation of supporting infrastructure like storage and warehousing; and construction of link roads, market information network, marketing extension, etc. Read More..

Regulated Markets

The regulation for the sale and purchase of agricultural marketing had been taken as an important task after the independence. Prior to the independence a few number regulated markets were established. The productivity is increased significantly with the optimum use of resources and adoption of technology...Read more


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