Vol. 9, Special Issue 7 (2020)
Constraints perceived by the pig farmers in Jaipur and Alwar District of Rajasthan
Brijesh Nanda, Sanjita Sharma, Mahendra Pal Poonia and Sunil Rajoria
A study was conducted in the Jaipur and Alwar district of Rajasthan to know the major constraints faced by pig farmers. 10 organized and 20 unorganized farm were selected randomly. In the constraint analysis, among the housing factor, inadequate space requirement with the highest mean score of 73.00 was first. It was revealed that lack of knowledge of feeding balanced ration was the most important constraints with a mean score of 88.55 and was ranked first among feeding factors. Among the breeding factors, the highest mean score 80.30 was found in case of non-availability of improved breed and was ranked first. Lack of veterinary services was the most serious constraints faced by the pig farmers with a mean score of 67.33 in healthcare constraint. Another important constraints faced by the farmers was lack of organized marketing facility with a mean score of 75.00. In miscellaneous constraints, lack of government policies 73.00 of the major constraints faced by the pig farmers.
How to cite this article:
Brijesh Nanda, Sanjita Sharma, Mahendra Pal Poonia and Sunil Rajoria. Constraints perceived by the pig farmers in Jaipur and Alwar District of Rajasthan. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(7S): 99-101.