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Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani (2011)

Feeding and management practices of goats in Beed district

Maske, Sakharam Vithalrao

Titre : Feeding and management practices of goats in Beed district

Auteur : Maske, Sakharam Vithalrao

Université de soutenance : Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani

Grade : Master of Science in Animal Nutrition 2011

Résumé
The present investigation was carried out to study the “Feeding and management practices of goat in Beed district”. The twenty villages were randomly selected from parali and Ambajogai tahsils. Ten number of goat keepers were randomly selected from each village. Thus, total sample size was 200 goat keepers with objective enumeration of goats in terms of age and sex in population, to study the existing feeding and managements practices, to study the constraints in feeding and management and suggest proper feeding and management practices of goats. The study revealed that the population of 2278 goats were considerd for study mostly landless labourer and small farmer found to rear the goats. The flock size was observed in between 1-5, 6-10, 11-15 and more than 15 most of the goat keepers were reared the flock size between 6-10 most of the goats respondent were followed goat rearing from the occupation of goat rearing + agril labour and mostly they are from illiterate category. It was further revealed that 70.5 percent, 47 percent and 6 percent respondents followed grazing, semi-grazing and stall feeding system, respectively. Adoption of management practices viz feeding, breeding and housing management were studied. The feeding management practices were followed by 67 (33.5%) and non adopting followed by 133 (66.5%). The breeding management practices were followed by 127 (63.5%) and non followed by 73 (36.5%). The housing management practices were followed by 63 (31.5%) and non followed by 137(66.5%). The constraints faced by the respondents were heavy mortality during rainy season (85.5%), lack of knowledge about goat management (84.5%), non availability of veterinary doctors (76.5%) non availability of bucks (75.5%), lack of adequate financial support (72.5%) lack of housing (68.5%), on availability of fodder (66.5%), lack of knowledge about diseases (54.5%), lack of grazing area (40.5%) and lack of land (39.%

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