The rural economy is being strengthened by the Godhan Nyaya Yojana launched by the Chhattisgarh government from 20 July 2020. Under this scheme, vermicompost is being made in Gothan by purchasing cow dung. 90 thousand 371 quintal cow dung of one crore 80 lakh 74 thousand rupees has been sold by 4 thousand 860 farmers in 207 Gothans of Kanker district. 24 farmers of the district have sold cow dung ranging from 50 thousand to one lakh 37 thousand rupees.
Cow dung is also being purchased in the Gauthans of Koyilibeda development block of Kanker district. One thousand 452 quintal cow dung of 2 lakh 90 thousand rupees has been purchased from 50 farmers in Gauthan, Harnagarh (Donde) of this development block alone. In addition, 492 quintal vermi compost was prepared by self-help groups of the district. Out of this, 477 quintal vermi compost has been sold for Rs. 4 lakh 71 thousand. The women of the group got an additional income of Rs 62 thousand by selling diya made from cow dung.
According to information received from the Agriculture Department, 4 thousand 600 quintal vermi compost has been prepared by the women self-help groups from the dung purchased, out of which 3 thousand 345 quintal vermi compost has been sold for Rs 32 lakh 35 thousand, which is in Bastar division. Is the highest in 51 thousand rupees by farmer Satish Yadav of Nagar Panchayat Charama, Aman Tiwari of Nagar Panchayat Bhanupratappur Rs 51 thousand 764, Thakur Ram Yadav of Babudbena Rs 52 thousand, Namita Gupta of Municipal Kanker Rs 52 thousand 276, Chhabila Khatik of Kanker 52 thousand 402, Jethmal Yadav of Markatola Rs 53 thousand 664, Anil Yadav of Bardatola Rs 55 thousand, Choavaram Yadav of Nagar Panchayat Charama Rs 56 thousand, Kavita Dey of Nagar Panchayat Bhanupratappur Rs 60 thousand, Bedam Ram of Salhetola Dung has been sold for 60 thousand 560 rupees, Nandlal Yadav of Marwari for 63 thousand 742 rupees and Radhika Yadav of Nagar Panchayat Charama up to 63 thousand 846 rupees.