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Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner (2015)

Knowledge and Adoption of Organic Animal Husbandry Practices Followed by Livestock Owners in Arid Region of Rajasthan

BHARTI GUJAR

Titre : Knowledge and Adoption of Organic Animal Husbandry Practices Followed by Livestock Owners in Arid Region of Rajasthan

Auteur : BHARTI GUJAR

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

Grade : Master of Veterinary Science (Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension Education) 2015

Résumé
The present study is conducted in Tonk district of Rajasthan in order to ascertain the status of livestock services delivery system of state department of animal husbandry in Rajasthan. A total of 120 livestock farmers and 60 State department animal husbandry personnel were selected as respondent from 8 selected villages of 4 tehsils of the district while secondary data were collected from annual reports and other occasional reports of SDAH. The study revealed that administration of SDAH is carried out at five levels namely ; state, divisional, district, tehsil and village level with five type of regular institute viz., veterinary polyclinic, veterinary first grade hospital, veterinary hospital, veterinary dispensary, and sub center under SDAH. The study depicted that majority of Para veterinary staff AHDP diploma holder, & veterinary officer were graduate, had medium job experience, had medium physical facilities, had low number of training undergone, handled bovine & ovine species, spent major portion of their time on curative & breeding work, had medium span of control, perceived their workload as very heavy, and had high self-confidence. The study revealed that majority of livestock farmers were belonging to middle age group, had medium livestock farming experience, illiterate, medium material possession, low herd size, moderate animal husbandry income, moderate annual income, moderate extension agency contact, low mass media exposure, had short distance from veterinary clinic, high cosmopoliteness, medium economic motivation, medium achievement motivation. Majority of the livestock farmers and SDAH personnel had medium positive perception towards livestock service delivery of SDAH. Most important problems identified by livestock farmers and SDAH personnel was the Absence of efficient diagnostic laboratories with sufficient infrastructure in the veterinary dispensaries in rural areas. Majority of the livestock farmers viewed the SDAH livestock services as average in their effectiveness, medium in their availability and satisfaction.

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