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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Socio economic study on managemental practices of buffalo farming in Phulera block of Jaipur district, Rajasthan

Author(s):
Jhabar Mal Tetarwal, Dr. Ramesh Pandey, Raghu Nandan Singh Khatana and Goatm Chopra
Abstract:
The present study entitled ‘Socio economic study on managemental practices of buffalo farming in Phulera Block of Jaipur District, Rajasthan’ was conducted in the year 2019- 20 with a sample of 80 respondents. The results indicated that the majority (66.25 per cent) of the respondents got conceived their buffaloes by A.I where as natural method service was followed by 33.75 only. About 38.75 per cent of the respondents used purebred bull for service and 61.25 percent respondents use cross bred. Majority (58.75 per cent) of the respondents inseminated/crossed their buffalo at early heat stage. About 62.5 per cent practiced P.D of buffaloes. 100 per cent of the respondents got treated their buffaloes for anoestrus and repeat breeding by veterinarian. Majority (72.50 per cent) of the respondents grazed their animals in group. About 70.00 per cent buffalo keepers grazed animals on harvested/fallow field, while 30 per cent kept own pasture land for grazing. All the respondents use to chop the dry fodder before feeding, while 78.75 per cent of the respondents chopped green fodder. Home prepared concentrate mixture is given by 21.25 per cent of the respondents in the study area. A large number (60.00 per cent) of buffalo keepers soaked and boiling concentrate mixture before feeding. Only 37.50 and 21.25 per cent of the respondents fed common salt and mineral mixture, respectively. None of the buffalo keeper has been recorded to prepare hay and silage.
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How to cite this article:
Jhabar Mal Tetarwal, Dr. Ramesh Pandey, Raghu Nandan Singh Khatana and Goatm Chopra. Socio economic study on managemental practices of buffalo farming in Phulera block of Jaipur district, Rajasthan. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 2157-2160.

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