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Vol. 11, Special Issue 3 (2022)

An economic analysis of cost and return of goat rearing in tribal sub plan area of Rajasthan

Author(s):
Sushila Vishnoi, Dr. GL Meena, Dr. Latika Sharma, Dr. Hari Singh and Dr. Bhavendra Tiwari
Abstract:
The paper discusses the economic analysis of cost and return structure for goat rearing in Tribal Sub-Plan (TSP) area of Rajasthan. Goat farming serves as a form of insurance, and it is a very regular occurrence in tribal areas, providing tribal people with a steady source of income even when they are in need. The cost analysis showed that different costs incurred by the goat rearer in Tribal Sub-Plan (TSP) area of Rajasthan. Amongest fixed cost the CRC of goat accounts the major portion to the total fixed cost with Rs. 94184 for small category. The gross return which includes selling of milk and kids and goat manure for small category Rs. 59,473.95 per annum and the net income per goat was found Rs. 2976.19 per annum. The benefit to cost ratio was found to be 1.10. Amongst fixed cost the CRC of goat accounts the major portion to the total fixed cost with Rs. 296256 for medium category. The gross return which includes selling of milk and kids and goat manure for medium category Rs. 1211063 per annum and the net income per goat was found Rs. 4523.84. The benefit to cost ratio was found to be 1.141. Amongst fixed cost the CRC of goat accounts the major portion to the total fixed cost with Rs. 631652.80 for large category. The gross return which includes selling of milk and kids and goat manure of Rs. 2446440.00 per annum and the net income per goat was found Rs. 4497.70 per annum. The benefit to cost ratio was found to be 1.143.
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How to cite this article:
Sushila Vishnoi, Dr. GL Meena, Dr. Latika Sharma, Dr. Hari Singh and Dr. Bhavendra Tiwari. An economic analysis of cost and return of goat rearing in tribal sub plan area of Rajasthan. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(3S): 1609-1612.

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