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Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati (2017)

AN ASSESSMENT OF LIVESTOCK SERVICE DELIVERY AMONG DAIRY FARMERS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

DEEPTHI, G

Titre : AN ASSESSMENT OF LIVESTOCK SERVICE DELIVERY AMONG DAIRY FARMERS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Auteur : DEEPTHI, G

Université de soutenance : Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati

Grade : Master of Veterinary Science (MVSc) 2017

Résumé partiel
Ex-post-facto research design was followed in the present investigation. Andhra Pradesh state was selected for the present study covering purposively selected three districts namely ; Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, and Chittoor to cover the geographical distribution. Two mandals from each district and two villages from each mandal were selected randomly amounting a total of twelve villages and from each village ten dairy farmers are selected randomly, thus a total of 120 respondents were selected for the study. The data were collected personally with the help of a well-structured, pretested interview schedule, processed, analyzed and interpreted. Majority of the respondents were middle aged, illiterates and possessed medium family size with nuclear type family system and belonged to Backward Category. Dairy farming was the main occupation, while agriculture was taken up as subsidiary occupation with marginal category of land holding. Most of the respondents had medium experience in dairy farming possessed medium sized herd with medium level income. Majority of dairy farmers have membership in one of the organizations like village panchayat, Self-Help Groups, cooperative milk society, farmer’s organization and bank. Majority of the dairy farmers are approachable to V.Ds with medium distance from service delivery institution followed by Gopalamitra centres, R.L.Us and Veterinary Hospitals. Majority of respondents were in frequent contact with V.A.S and paravets for availing livestock services followed by Private Veterinarians in often access, Educational institutes ,Dairy co-operatives, M.C.Cs and quacks in rare access and never access to NGOs and most of the dairy farmers were satisfied with the services provided by V.A.S followed by paravets.

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