Assagao's Kamat Dairy & Farm: A third-generation legacy thriving with innovation
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ASSAGAO, Dec. 4 -- In the now swanky, rapidly gentrifying village of Assagao, a family business spanning three generations has not only endured but evolved to new heights, blending tradition with modern technology. What began in 1952 as a modest dairy farm by Vitthal Vishnu Kamat has transformed into a multifaceted venture, incorporating vermicomposting and agricultural cultivation of vegetables and flowers.
Umesh Kamat, one of Vitthal's sons, reminisces about their humble beginnings, "Assagao was a quiet, almost forsaken village in those days-shrubbery, trees, minimal population, and no proper roads. My father purchased 7,000 sq mts for Rs 2,500, a significant sum then, starting his dairy enterprise with just five buffaloes."
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