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Vol. 11, Special Issue 4 (2022)

A comparative study on socio-economic characteristics of buffalo owners in two Taluks of North Karnataka region of India

Author(s):
Awate S, Biradar SC, Vivek MP, Waghmare P, Prakash KR, Ananth RD, Shrikanth D and Ashwini K
Abstract:
The present study was conducted to document the existing socio economic characteristics of buffalo owners in Kalaburagi district of Karnataka. A total of 90 buffalo farmers, 45 from each taluqa were randomly selected for survey. The study revealed that 63% of farmers were middle aged, 89% were literate with some educational background, 91% of the respondents had adequate land of more than 2.5 acres, 64% of them were in small family sized of four members, 84% of them belonged to nuclear family, 78% of the respondents came from OBC caste, 72% depended on TV/Radio for mass media knowledge, 68% of the farmers kept small herd size of one to three buffaloes and 75% kept non-descript buffaloes in their day to day vocation.
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How to cite this article:
Awate S, Biradar SC, Vivek MP, Waghmare P, Prakash KR, Ananth RD, Shrikanth D and Ashwini K. A comparative study on socio-economic characteristics of buffalo owners in two Taluks of North Karnataka region of India. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(4S): 1506-1510.

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