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Anand Agricultural University (2016)

DEVELOPMENT OF SCALE TO MEASURE ATTITUDE OF GOAT KEEPERS TOWARDS GOAT FARMING

ARUNBHAI MOHANBHAI BHARWAD

Titre : DEVELOPMENT OF SCALE TO MEASURE ATTITUDE OF GOAT KEEPERS TOWARDS GOAT FARMING

Auteur : ARUNBHAI MOHANBHAI BHARWAD

Université de soutenance : Anand Agricultural University, Anand

Grade : Master of Veterinary Science in Veterinary Animal Husbandry 2016

Résumé
Goats are multi-purpose animals, producing meat, milk, skin and hair. Their primary function is meat production, although in temperate country milk has become greater importance. Skin is a valuable by-product, especially in country with large goat population. In India, 95% of goat meat produced is consumed locally and the per capita availability of goat meat is far below the requirement. Goat rearing occupies an important place in economy of desert districts of India as it provides livelihood to millions of goat keepers. The goat is a versatile animal. It is known as the ‘poor man’s cow’ in India and as ‘wet nurse’ of infants in Europe. Goat farming can be possible with little expense, marginal or undulating lands, unsuitable for other types of livestock, may be used and inexpensive shelter will suffice. Goat milk is cheap, wholesome, easily digestible and nutritious. It is recommended for use in dyspepsia, peptic ulcer and pyloric stenosis. It is preferred to cow milk in liver dysfunction, jaundice, biliary diso

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