To assess the knowledge level of beneficiary and non- beneficiary dairy farmers about improved milk production techniques in Udaipur district of Rajasthan
Devendra Singh, RS Rathore, SS Sisodia, Laksheeta Chauhan and Ramesh Chand Bunkar
India is an agriculture prone country but somehow the earning of the farmer is very less to compensate this farmer opt for additional income source such as livestock, poultry etc. Among them livestock sector is well developed sector. Farmer sell the milk directly or by sending it to the dairy. There are some milk collection centres farmer send the milk there after processing the milk were sent to sell. However, the updated knowledge of dairy farmers about improved milk production practices is very important for getting good economic returns. The major objective of study was to determine dairy farmers knowledge about improved milk production practices. The knowledge of dairy farmers on five major areas of improved milk production practices (feeding, breeding, healthcare, general management and Marketing) was determined using a standardized Knowledge Test. The study sample comprised 120 dairy farmers (60 beneficiary and 60 non- beneficiary) spread across six milk collection centres was selected from two Panchayat samitis of Udaipur division. Data was collected using structured interview schedule, and the respondents were personally interviewed by the researcher. The researcher chose this because it has highest milk collection centres in Udaipur district of Rajasthan.
How to cite this article:
Devendra Singh, RS Rathore, SS Sisodia, Laksheeta Chauhan and Ramesh Chand Bunkar. To assess the knowledge level of beneficiary and non- beneficiary dairy farmers about improved milk production techniques in Udaipur district of Rajasthan. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 158-162.