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Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati (2016)

FARMERS PREPAREDNESS TOWARDS SHEEP HEALTH CARE WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO VACCINATION IN ANDHRA PRADESH

MASTANBI, SHAIK

Titre : FARMERS PREPAREDNESS TOWARDS SHEEP HEALTH CARE WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO VACCINATION IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Auteur : MASTANBI, SHAIK

Université de soutenance : Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati

Grade : Master of Veterinary Science 2016

Résumé partiel
Sustainability of the farm depends upon efficient management of sheep by the farmer which ultimately depends on the farmers’ socio-economic situation along with knowledge and attitude towards the recommended practices. Which has obvious implications for shepherds to raise the need for improved diagnosis and early detection of diseases along with greatly increased awareness and preparedness to deal with disease patterns and vaccination programmes that are manifestly changing. Keeping this in view, the present study entitled “FARMERS PREPAREDNESS TOWARDS SHEEP HEALTH CARE WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO VACCINATION IN ANDHRA PRADESH” has been taken up. Exploratory research design was followed in the present investigation. Prakasam and Nellore districts of Andhra Pradesh were purposively selected for carrying out the study, as they were having more sheep population. From each district, three mandals were selected purposively in which there were relatively more number of sheep farmers and three villages from each mandal were selected randomly, amounting a total of eight villages and from each village 10 sheep farmers were selected randomly, thus a total of 180 respondents were selected for the study. Fifteen Veterinary Officials were selected randomly from each district resulting in a total of 30 Veterinary Officials. The data were collected personally with the help of an interview schedule, processed, analysed and interpreted. Majority of the respondents were middle aged and illiterates and possessed medium family size with nuclear family system and belonged to Backward Caste category. Sheep farming was the main occupation, while dairy farming was taken up as subsidiary occupation.

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