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Today, if India has emerged as the largest producer of milk in the world, it is due to the untiring efforts of millions of rural milk producers across the country. India is the world’s single largest milk country accenting for around 15 percent of the world milk production. In this proposed milk production, Dharmapuri has a major contribution. This work’s primary data is collected from 5 Milk Producers Co-operative Societies in Dharmapuri district. Secondary data is collected from Milk Producers Co-operative Societies and Milk Producers Co-operative Union. Apart from the official sources from different sections and audited annual reports, the extensive utilization of libraries, journals, Books, Magazines, Reports and Economic Survey and Web sites were made. Finally evaluated for percentage analysis, descriptive statistics, Mean Standard Deviation and coefficient variation, inferential statistics such as t- test, chi-square test and Factor analysis were used tools for this work. It is used for Computer Application in the Dairy Cooperatives through the Social Science Statistical Package Version 20.