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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Perception of the dairy farmers about veterinary services provided by livestock supervisor

Author(s):
DS Ande, BT Kolgane and KV Gurav
Abstract:
The present study was undertaken to know the perception of dairy farmers about various veterinary services provided by livestock supervisor in the study area. The descriptive and diagnostic design of social research was used. In all, 120 respondents were selected by simple random sampling method. Perception of the dairy farmers studied under three point continuum as availability of services, cost efficiency of services and satisfaction level of the respondents for the services. Regarding the availability of the services, services were timely available (39.38%), perceived services were delayed (23.54%), services totally unavailable (37.08%). Regards to cost efficiency of services, services were free (65.00%), charges were nominal (27.29%) and services were highly charged (07.71%), respondents were satisfied with services (41.25%), partially satisfied (23.34%) and not satisfied with services (35.41%) delivered by livestock supervisor in study area.
Pages: 476-478  |  263 Views  79 Downloads
How to cite this article:
DS Ande, BT Kolgane and KV Gurav. Perception of the dairy farmers about veterinary services provided by livestock supervisor . The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 476-478.

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