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Vol. 12, Special Issue 6 (2023)

Extent of adoption of improved poultry farming practices among the poultry farmers in North Bihar

Author(s):
Pankaj Kumar, AK Jha, Saroj K Rajak and PK Singh
Abstract:
Assessment of adoption of improved poultry farming practices and the factors affecting it among the poultry farmers is very important characteristic of the farmers to develop a comprehensive strategy for technology refinement. Present study was conducted in East Champaran, West Champaran and Muzaffarpur district of the North Bihar. For the study 436 poultry farmers were selected as respondents with condition that they must have more than three year poultry farming experience. Data was recorded for the assessment of the adoption of improved poultry farming practices of the respondents through a schedule developed for the purpose.The data thus collected were coded for the precise conclusion with the objective to study the adoption of the poultry famers and their determinants in the study area. It was found that approximately same number of the respondents (i.e.42.60 per cent and 39.80 per cent) were found in low and medium level of adoption for recommended poultry farming practices followed by only 17.60 per cent of the respondents have found in high level of adoption for recommended poultry farming practices. It was also found that education status, experience in poultry farming and flock size were found having positively significant correlation with the extent of adoption of improved poultry farming practices.
Pages: 395-397  |  255 Views  166 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Pankaj Kumar, AK Jha, Saroj K Rajak and PK Singh. Extent of adoption of improved poultry farming practices among the poultry farmers in North Bihar. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(6S): 395-397.

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