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Vol. 11, Special Issue 4 (2022)

Constraints of buffalo owners in adoption of good management practices in North Karnataka region of India

Author(s):
Awate S, Biradar SC, Waghmare P, Vivek MP, Prakash KR, Ananth RD, Shrikanth D and Ashwini K
Abstract:
The present study was conducted to document the existing constraints of buffalo owners in adoption of good management practices in north Karnataka region of India. A total of 90 buffalo farmers were asked for the top constraints faced by them to enhance their production potential of buffaloes. Repeat breeding in buffaloes (61), poor conception rate in buffaloes through A.I (54), high cost of concentrate/mineral mixture (63), scarcity of fodder and water during summer (61), insufficient information about deworming importance (22), high cost of treatment (19), unavailability of skilled labour (18), dearth in knowledge about recommended management practices (13) lack of credit facility (87), higher rate of interest on loans (85), lack of insurance facility (83), high cost of construction (79), high cost of concentrate mixture (71), lack of own capital (67), seasonality in consumer demand for milk (83), non-remunerative price for milk (67) were some of the concerns expressed by the farmers.
Pages: 1584-1586  |  247 Views  84 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Awate S, Biradar SC, Waghmare P, Vivek MP, Prakash KR, Ananth RD, Shrikanth D and Ashwini K. Constraints of buffalo owners in adoption of good management practices in North Karnataka region of India. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(4S): 1584-1586.

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