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Vol. 11, Special Issue 4 (2022)

A study on present income earned and constraints faced in dairy enterprises in Pratapgarh district of Uttar Pradesh

Author(s):
Praharsh Singh, GP Singh, Avinash Mishra, Paras Nath Jhariya and Suman Kumari
Abstract:
To study the socio-economic characteristics and constraints faced in dairy enterprises. Primary data was collected from 100 farmers from the Sangipur block of Pratapgarh district in the year 2020. Five villages from Sangipur block were selected, so from every village, farmers were selected on the basis of the percentage of the working population. Quantitative statistical techniques Arithmetic Mean, Weighted Mean, Percentage and Constraints were used to estimate the socio-economic aspects and constraints faced in dairy enterprises. The study finds that the average population percentage of males 51.67% and females was 48.33%. Average landholding was found 1.14 ha in the study area. The average age of the marginal farmer group was found nearly 43.71 years for the small farmer group it was 43.22 years and for medium the m farmer group, it was 40.63 years. In the study, 91.00 percent were literate while only 9.00 percent were illiterate. Marginal households had 26.51% livestock on average while small and medium had 27.39 and 46.10%. The major constraints were found to be high in Inadequate facility of Artificial Insemination and Cattle Suffering from Mastitis with 81.00%. The Study finds that the socioeconomic condition was better in the study area and the constraints faced in dairy enterprises have to resolve to improve the income of farmers in the study area. Better utilization of resources along with use of scientific methods are the key for improving returns from dairy enterprise.
Pages: 636-641  |  323 Views  151 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Praharsh Singh, GP Singh, Avinash Mishra, Paras Nath Jhariya and Suman Kumari. A study on present income earned and constraints faced in dairy enterprises in Pratapgarh district of Uttar Pradesh. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(4S): 636-641.

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