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

Study on Cattle management practices in now tribal area of Udaipur district of Rajasthan

SHWETA CHOUDHARY

Titre : Study on Cattle management practices in now tribal area of Udaipur district of Rajasthan

Auteur : SHWETA CHOUDHARY

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

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

Résumé
The present investigation was conducted in Udaipur district of Rajasthan. Two tehsils Mavli and Vallabhnagar were selected and from each tehsil, four villages were selected randomly. Twenty cattle rearers from each of village were selected thus making a sample of 160 cattle rearers. The study revealed that 77.50 per cent of cattle rearers belonged to middle age group. Regarding literacy level, it was found that 56.25 per cent of the respondents were literate and 43.75 per cent were illiterate. Fifty per cent of the respondents had medium herd size, 43.12 per cent of total respondents were having marginal land holding and 73.13 per cent of the total respondents had nuclear small size family. It was found that 57.50 per cent of total cattle rearers studied, got conceived their cattle by natural service method and 50.62 per cent of total cattle rearers studied, got inseminated/served their cattle at mid stage of heat. 33.75 per cent of the respondents used pure bred indigenous bull for service. Pregnancy diagnosis of cattle was practiced by 51.87 per cent of the respondents. Regarding feeding of practices, combined grazing and stall feeding was followed by 58.13 per cent of the respondents and 45.63 per cent cattle keepers used harvested/fallow field as grazing site. Only 45.00 per cent of the respondents use to chaff the dry fodder before feeding. Home prepared concentrate mixture was given by 61.25 per cent of the respondents in the study area. Practice of soaking and boiling concentrate mixture was followed by 88.13 per cent of cattle keepers before feeding. Only 50.00 and 44.38 per cent of the respondents fed common salt and mineral mixture, respectively. (*) M.V.Sc. Scholar, Department of Livestock Production Management, CVAS, Navania, RAJUVAS Bikaner (Rajasthan) (**) Assistant Professor and Incharge, Department of Livestock Production Management, CVAS, Navania, RAJUVAS Bikaner (Rajasthan) 156 All the cattle keepers had kuccha floor in shed and 83.13 per cent kept their cattle inside dwelling house. Eighty per cent respondents had thatched roof of their animal houses. In the study area 79.38 per cent of cattle keepers used bedding material during winter season and 93.13 per cent of the cattle keepers used to wash hind quarter after drop of placenta. Results revealed that knuckling (92.50%) was the main method of milking.

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