Profits of Aloe Vera Cultivation In India | Income Returns of Aloe Vera Cultivation

Aloe Vera Farming Profits and Costs: Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant and it is having a huge demand in India. Not only in India but also through the world. The demand for Aloe Vera products is increasing day by day. While coming to the income you can earn more profits than you invested in Aloe Vera Farming. Previously we discussed on Cost of Aloe Vera Farming In India. If you are going to start this business two archers of land is enough to gain more profit. Most of the people generally cultivate these crops in dry land and minimal rainfall areas.

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The propagation of Aloe Vera is on the farm of Root suckers and by the Rhizome Cutting. Due to this they can grow well and produce a high yield. In this guide, we are going to let you know the Aloe Vera Price per ton and Aloe Vera Price per KG. By the end of this Aloe Vera Farming guide, you will get to know the Aloe Vera Profit per Acre.

Aloe Vera Farming Profits

Income returns of Aloe Vera Farming In India | Aloe Vera Farming Profits:

  • The maximum production yield of two acres is about 30 tonnes.
  • According to an Indian market, 1 tonne of aloe vera cost about 15,000 to 20,000 rupees.
  • The total cost of cultivation is about 53,600 rupees.
  • Well, for an example, let think that 1 tonne of Aloe Vera cost around 18,000 rupees.
  • For 30 tonnes of Aloe Vera production costs about 30 x 18,000 = 5,40,000 rupees.
  • While coming to the cost of investment it is around 53,600 rupees for 2 acres of land.
  • The total profit and income is 5,40,000-53,600=4,86,00 rupees.
  • If you want to gain more profits and more income then increase the area of cultivation of Aloe Vera.

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ParticularsCost in rupees | Yield in tonnes.
Investment in 2 acres53,600
Expected yield in 2 acres30 tonnes
Cost of 1 tonne15,000 to 20,000
Expected cost of 1 tonne18,000
Cost of total Income30 tonnes x 18,000=5,40,000
Total profit5,40,000-53,600=4,86,400
Grand total of income and profit4,86,400

These are the particulars of profit and income returns on Aloe Vera Farming in India. Furthermore, if you are having any doubts you can comment your questions in the comment box. We are always ready to give the further information. Furthermore, click on the below link to know more about the Aloe Vera Farming in India.

Marketing of Aloe Vera Production in India

61 thoughts on “Profits of Aloe Vera Cultivation In India | Income Returns of Aloe Vera Cultivation

  1. Market price of aloe vera per kg is 3 rupees.
    So 1 tonne is 3000 rs i.e 1000×3= 3000 rupees

    And you are calculating 15000-20000 with 1 tonne of alove vera…

    If sale price is 3 rs per kg, how can it be 15000-18000 rs per tonne?

    1. Hello, kuljeet thanks for asking this questions. I can understand what is running through your mind, let me clarify you and other viewers of our site. While coming to the marketing of Aloe Vera there are two types
      1. Small markets or common markets like melas in small towns and cities. You can also check this link
      http://agrihealthfoods.com/cultivation-aloe-vera-marketing-india/
      Here most the middlemen or marketers buy the Aloe Vera leafs in small quantity from small-scale farmers. Mostly they buy as per kg 3-4 rupees. Some of the marketers buy each leaf at 2.50-3.50 rupees.So, the cost of individual leaf or the small amount of production costs very low while comparing to those to buy in large quantity in tonnes.
      2. Contract Farming.
      Contract farming is an agreement between the farmers and companies. Here, they make an agreement to buy in bulk of production. So, the cost is very high regarding tonnes. Because they don’t prefer to buy from small-scale farmers. Furthermore, the companies try to buy the processed products. If they buy the processed products then it will at the cost of 15-20,000 rupees. At the same time, some of the farmers export the production to the other countries so the cost is high.

      1. My self Rajasekhara Reddy i am very much interested do to aloe vera crop production. i need all the information regarding this crop. i am having 20 acres field i want to to do crop in 20 acres field which is located in near to madanapalle, Chittoor district, Andhra pradesh state. my home town is near by from Bangalore to 3 hrs journey and from Chennai to 5 hrs journey. i need a company which will take the aloe vera raw crop my fields through Contract farming. and i need the information is there any subsidy from government to do such type of crops.

      1. We have 120 acre of suitable land in Assam [ near Guwahati ], would like to go for Aloe vera plantation. We are also willing to go for contract farming.

        1. Hi Bikan, I am also from Assam (Golaghat). This year, planning to start aloevera plantation in 7 acres of land. Looking for buyer though. Please contact me.

    1. At the initial stage of starting you can harvest your first yield after 12-13 months…….later you can go for cutting for every 6-7 months up to 4 yrs. then you have to change the plant to the new one.

    1. Yes, it is suitable for any climatic conditions in India…but if you are heavy rainfall then plz don’t cultivate this Aloe vera crop. Because these crops require less water in it is raining more then the plants may shrink. The root will get destroyed with an excess of water. Better cultivate aloe crop during the low rainy season, you can cultivate especially in after winter and before summer.

  2. Hi,
    ​I have fully grown Aloe Vera Leaf of very good qulity at my farm. currently looking for buyers.​ can u suggest any.

    1. Hi Nitin,
      I am interested in Aloe Vera farming and planning to start it in my farm. I am completely new to this process. Can you please help or provide me some deatils to connect with you to understand this process thoroughly.

      Thanks,
      Gaurav

  3. Hi ,
    I am planning to start my career with Aloe Vera Farming. I have land about 2 acr in Rajasthan.

    I need knowledge and guidance to start, please advice me how to start and when to start.

  4. This is further discussion on what Kuljeet Asked.
    When analyzing the profit or returns calculation, its always advisable publish the returns on conservative way.

    As you said, 15,000 – 20,000Rs/Tonne. And you clarified this is for Processed Products. Then you should include the cost for processed aloe vera to be able to sell to Companies.

  5. sir i have read your above comment . i have a question that why you say that it is not much profitable in 1 acre cultivation of aloe vera . please give me your reasons.is there any other cultivation in 1 acre which gives more profit sir.? i am antisipating for your reply.

  6. Hi , I gone through the article it’s seems good on paper but how well it can be done in real scenarios , because since the market has so much fluctuations how can I sustain it and still make a profit.
    And the other thing us the cost summary which is mentioned in the article is for one year or how many years, because it is no where mentioned in the article so please clarify on it.

    Thank you
    Best regards
    Nikhil

  7. sir can we cultivate this dragon fruit in southern part of india like tamil nadu. it will be applicable or not .suggest some plants that grow in those place which give more yield.since i am new to this field i need some guidence .please clear my doubts and guide me to right path sir

  8. what mean by processed Aloe vera ? kindly explain.Also like to know these Co.’s buys as such leaves in per Ton 15000-20000 or only the Gel part after removing skin of aloe vera ? If so then to process these leves what is the additional cost ? In which other Country we can export ? Can you suggest any companies ?

  9. Dear Sir,
    From where we can get good quality of plants for planting ? what will be cost of plant ? what size of plant we should plant ? At what distance from each other we should plant ? How we will come to know its fully grown & time for cutting leaves ?

  10. Hello sir I want do planning of alovreas in 2 Acer’s
    Plz tell me about it’s .
    As planting
    Harvesting & another about its

  11. I your farmers. would like to purchase Aloe Vera from your farmers. Please send a list of them including their email and contact number.

  12. Hi ,
    I am planning to start my career with Aloe Vera Farming. I have land about 2 acr in Rajasthan.

    I need knowledge and guidance to start, please advice me how to start and when to start.

  13. Hello sir i want to start this in 20acre of field can u tell me this process step wise n can u teel me minimum profit per acre. I am from chanduali, UP

  14. hello,
    i have 10 acre land in aligarh utter pradesh . i want to planting Aloe Vera
    plz tell me more infomation
    9015447345

  15. Hi Syed
    Am from madana palli. chittor dt. I want to start this farming. We dont have any bore facility. is it possible to cultivate alove vare . We have 10 acre land. please let me know.
    my number is 9739227338. please reach me if any advices from any

  16. I am farming with Aloe vera plant and i need buyers, any one with idea where can i sell my products. I am in South Africa.

  17. Sir i have 5 acres land and i like to cultivate aloe vera plant in tamil nadu in erode city so please give the company name sir so please help me sir.

  18. Hello Sir,
    Myself, Ishan Vilasrao Kukade and I would like to know full details about start the plantation of aloe Vera in my farm. Basically, I’m from Nagpur & willing to start farmng of aloe Vera Plant in Nagpur. Currently, I’m living in Pune.
    Before starting the farming I would like to know all the infrmation from the beginning, if you can. It will be helpfull to start the project. ie;
    ie;
    01) What the the government schemes for loan & subsidy.
    what is the ratio of subsidy?
    02) From which gov.authorised centre should I Purchase good quality Plants & which sizes of Plants?
    03) What the the government schemes ie; for Water supply (drip irrigation subsidy)and solar water motor subsidy?
    04) Which Soil Test is required? How to do the process?
    05) Where is the authorised training centre of Aloe Vera Farming to know technical things?
    06) I would like to know details about its domestic & Internatinal market to sell them at encouraging price also about that list of companies which support direct farmers to take care of his plantation and guide him sell and that company should collect farmers product from his farms to avoid bad quality or loss of quantity. During or after cutting leaves of aloe vera.
    07) If we do Aloe Vera plantation 1 acre, how much quantity tonnes of product will gain?

    Again I say, this information will be helpfull to start my dream project.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Ishan V. Kukade
    kukade.ishan@gmail.com
    7030850786

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