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Vol. 11, Special Issue 1 (2022)

In the Phulera block of Jaipur district, Rajasthan, a socioeconomic study was conducted livestock farmers

Author(s):
Jhabar Mal Tetarwal, Goatm Chopra, Kanchan Baghla, Avinash Bochlaya and Arjun Lal Kakraliya
Abstract:
The present investigation was conducted in Jaipur district of Rajasthan. One tehsils Phulera was selected which are situated in north-west region of the district. From each tehsil, four villages (Bhojpura kalan, Jorpura, Doongri, Asalpur) were selected. Twenty livestock farmer from each of village were selected thus making a sample of 80 livestock farmer. Majority (56.25 per cent) of the respondents were in the middle age group while (26.25 per cent) of respondents belonged to below 28 age category. About 72.50 percent of the respondents were literate and around 27.5 percent were illiterate. About 23.75 per cent of the respondents had small herd size followed by medium and large herd size i.e. 47.50 and 28.75 percent respectively. Most 60.00 per cent of the respondents had medium land holding followed by large and marginal land holding. With respect to family size, 46.25 per cent of the respondents had nuclear small size family followed by medium and large size family.
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How to cite this article:
Jhabar Mal Tetarwal, Goatm Chopra, Kanchan Baghla, Avinash Bochlaya and Arjun Lal Kakraliya. In the Phulera block of Jaipur district, Rajasthan, a socioeconomic study was conducted livestock farmers. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(1S): 933-936.

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