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Vol. 11, Special Issue 3 (2022)

Studies on socioeconomic status of goat farmers in Jabalpur district of M.P.

Author(s):
R Shehar, B Roy, B Aharwal, A Mishra and GP Lakhani
Abstract:
Present study was performed to access the status of goat farming by performing a questionnaire survey in each of the seven blocks (Jabalpur, Kundam, Majholi, Panagar, Patan, Shahpura and Sihora) of Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh. The overall proportion of uneducated respondents were 60.33%. The overall proportion of young, middle and old age groups (%) was 17.36, 67.49 and 15.15, respectively in Jabalpur district. Maximum number of respondents having the main family occupation as labourer was 57.02% followed by labourer and farmer, farmer, self-employed and Job and their percent were 16.25, 12.95, 12.12 and 1.65, respectively in Jabalpur district. Maximum (70.25%) number of the respondents had nuclear family type. 81.27% of the respondents of Jabalpur district are landless. The overall proportion of respondents having low, moderate, medium, high and very high income (%) were 28.10, 32.51, 24.52, 4.41 and 10.47, respectively in Jabalpur district.
Pages: 226-232  |  446 Views  224 Downloads
How to cite this article:
R Shehar, B Roy, B Aharwal, A Mishra and GP Lakhani. Studies on socioeconomic status of goat farmers in Jabalpur district of M.P.. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(3S): 226-232.

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