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Vol. 12, Special Issue 9 (2023)

Resource use efficiency in cross breed cow milk production

Author(s):
PS Dharpal, KN Barse and SB Band
Abstract:
The study was undertaken in eight villages in four tahsils of Amravati district in Maharashtra to examine the input- output relationship and assess the resource use efficiency in cross breed cows milk production. The study covered 120 milk producers. Out of which 32 milk producers were rearing cross breed cows. The results of Cobb-Douglas production revealed that, value of partial regression coefficient were found positive in variable viz; X1 – dry fodder, X3- medicines & vaccination, X6 – watering charges, X8- transport of inputs, X9- veterinary doctor fees, X11- Calcium dose were respectively0.001968, 0.5607, 0.0301, 1.3353, 0.2775, and 0.05866. On the contrary, value of partial regression coefficient were found negative in variable viz;X2- green fodder, X4- concentrate feed, X5- grazing, X7- breeding, X10- cleaning expenses, X12- interest on working capital, and in X13- family labour were respectively -0.19166, -0.02579, -0.01061, -0.2261, -0.07588, -0.63596 and -0.6324. It was clearly seen that, the maximum partial regression coefficient was observed in variable X8- transport of inputs it was 1.3353 whereas, the minimum value of partial regression was found in X12- interest on working capital. In other word, it was indicated that elasticity of variable X12- interest on working capital was maximum and elasticity of variable X1 dry fodder was minimum.
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How to cite this article:
PS Dharpal, KN Barse and SB Band. Resource use efficiency in cross breed cow milk production. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(9S): 1497-1498.
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