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Vol. 7, Issue 7 (2018)

Adoption level of breeding, health care and marketing practices among goat farmers in Chhattisgarh

Author(s):
AK Chaturvedani, BK Sil, Jayant Goyel, Kalpana Dhruw, Jitendra Pratap, Choodamani Chandrakar and Amit Kumar Singh
Abstract:
The present study was conducted purposively in Chhattisgarh state, with a view to assess the existing adoption level of scientific goat Breeding, Health Care and Marketing practices. Chhattisgarh comprises of three agro-climatic zones, out of that one district were selected randomly from each agro-climatic zones. From each districts two blocks, from each block two villages randomly and 10 goat rearers were selected randomly having minimum 2 female goats and one male goat from each villages. Thus, a total of 120 goat rearers were selected for the present study. The results indicated that majority of goat farmers were partial adopter category of breeding practices (45.00%) and health care practices (40.83%). Major portion of the respondents also reported that there was no specific time for goats marketing and reason of marketing of goats was for festival and as ready cash in times of emergency. It might be due to poor knowledge about scientific goat management practices.udy.
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How to cite this article:
AK Chaturvedani, BK Sil, Jayant Goyel, Kalpana Dhruw, Jitendra Pratap, Choodamani Chandrakar, Amit Kumar Singh. Adoption level of breeding, health care and marketing practices among goat farmers in Chhattisgarh. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(7):432-434.
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