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Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner (2017)

Status of milk productivity and management practices of crossbred cattle in Jaipur district of Rajasthan

Kishan Sahay Yadav

Titre : Status of milk productivity and management practices of crossbred cattle in Jaipur district of Rajasthan

Auteur : Kishan Sahay Yadav

Université de soutenance : Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner

Grade : Master of Veterinary Science (Livestock Production Mangement) 2017

Résumé partiel
A study was conducted to acquire the first hand information on dairy husbandry practices in the Jaipur district of Rajasthan with the objectives to study socio-economic status of farmers, housing and feeding management of lactating crossbred cattle, hematology and blood biochemistry of lactating crossbred cattle and to access milk quality, marketing pattern and economics of milk production in selected area of Jaipur. Hence, 100 selected respondents of Chumu and Amer tehsils of Jaipur district were interviewed and the desired information was collected through the questionnaire (schedule). Milk composition, haematology and blood biochemistry of crossbred cattle was investigated in 20 dairy farm of each tehsil. Majority of the respondents were from middle age group, had education up to secondary level, belonged to other backward category, had joint family and most of the respondents were marginal farmers in selected area. Most of the dairy farms are unorganised ; however, 80 percent of respondents have provided pucca shed to animals. All the respondents provided manger to their animals.Animals farms of around 68percent farmers have provision of pucca drainage facility. Majority of the farmers were aware of protecting their animals against inclement weather conditions. Most of farmers provide mix feeding green and roughs, chaffing and mix concentrate and mineral supplementation and salt 20 and 26per cent in Chomu and Amer to their animals. Almost all the farmers provide concentrate feed to pregnant animals during last two months of pregnancy. All the respondents adopted heat detection in their animals by observing the symptom of bellowing and mucus discharge and bred their animals by artificial insemination between 12-18 hours after heat detection.

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