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Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani (2012)

Economics of goat rearing business in Osmanabad district of Maharashtra

Chivare, Swapanali Abasaheb

Titre : Economics of goat rearing business in Osmanabad district of Maharashtra

Auteur : Chivare, Swapanali Abasaheb

Université de soutenance : Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani

Grade : Master of Science in Agricultural Economics 2012

Résumé partiel
Goat being one of the earliest domesticated animals is known for its relatively longer association with human beings and known as “poor man’s cow” in India. The world current population of goat is around 810 million and that of India alone possesses 124.36 million. India possesses IS per cent of goat population as compared to the world goat population and stands second to China. India possesses 22 well recognized breed besides a majority of non-descript of interbreed goat out of the globally indentified 102 breeds. The goat population of Maharashtra is 10.68 million. The present study was undertaken in Osmanabad district. To study economics and marketing of goat by using primary data collected by survey method. Multistage sampling design was adopted in selection of district, tehsils, villages and goat rearers. A sample of 60 goat rearers was drawn from selected villages randomly. From each percentage were used to accomplish the objectives of the study. The results revealed that per goat net profit from goat rearing business was Rs 1377.88, Rs 2038.91, Rs 1994.89 and Rs 1803.89 in small, medium, large and overall size of goat unite, respectively. The Output-Input ratio for small, medium, large and overall size of goat unit was 1.19,1.36,1.40 and 1.32, respectively. In regards to resource use efficiency in goat rearing business, regression coefficient with respect to invested goat (0.909), dry fodder (0.009), green fodder (0.010), and concentrate (0.050) were positive and significant.

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