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Vol. 11, Special Issue 10 (2022)

Constraints faced by indigenous cattle farmers in Bidar district of Karnataka

Author(s):
Gurunath Pasare, Shivamurthy Vakare, Baswaraj Nitture, Shridhar, Dhanraj G Girimal, Udaykumar and Siddharth Savale
Abstract:
The objective of the research was to determine the constraints faced by indigenous cattle farmers in Bidar district of Karnataka, India. The constraints were recorded by means of personal interview using a structured schedule. A total of 150 respondents from 15 villages of Bidar district formed the study group. Data from the schedules was compiled and analysed using the Garrett’s ranking technique for major constraints and the Likert’s Scale technique for minor constraints to identify the most important constraints which influence the rearing of indigenous cattle. The major constraint categories, in descending order of importance were realted to breeding, general problems, feeding and health care with Garrett’s score of 71.02, 61.02, 59.47 and 32.47. Major constraints are Non-availability of good quality bulls, Reduced usage of indigenous cattle’s draught power due to developed machineries, general lack of interest in livestock rearing, and the high costs of crop residues, concentrates and labour were the other major constraints.
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How to cite this article:
Gurunath Pasare, Shivamurthy Vakare, Baswaraj Nitture, Shridhar, Dhanraj G Girimal, Udaykumar and Siddharth Savale. Constraints faced by indigenous cattle farmers in Bidar district of Karnataka. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(10S): 01-03.
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