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Authors: RAJENDRA SINGH GADHWAL
Advisor: S. C. Goswami
Title: Study on Management Practices for Dairy Cattle in North-East Arid and Semi-Arid Region of Rajasthan
Publisher: Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner - 334001
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Agrotags: diseases, fungi, biological development, soybeans, pathogens, biological phenomena, fungicides, planting, colletotrichum truncatum, developmental stages
Abstract: The present investigation was conducted in north east arid and semi arid region of Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan. Two tehsil Nawalgarh and Udaipurwati were selected. From each tehsil, four villages were selected randomly. Twenty five cattle rearers from each of village were selected thus making a sample of 200 cattle rearers. The study revealed that majority of cattle rearers 75.00 per cent had small herd size and belonged to medium level education category. Majorities 52.50 per cent were in old age group, 62.50 per cent had small land holding and 40.00 per cent belonged to small size family. Majority 80 per cent respondents got conceived their cows by A.I. 57.5 per cent respondents inseminate their cows at an early heat stage and 85per cent cattle keepers followed pregnancy diagnosis. Regarding feeding practices, most of the farmers followed group feeding and grazed in fallow/harvested field. 82.50 per cent respondent soaked concentrate mixture before feeding. All the cattle keepers had kutcha floor in shed and 60.00 per cent kept their cattle near dwelling house. Thatched and single slope roof mostly observed in study area. The results revealed that knuckling 81.00 per cent was the main method of milking. All the respondents clean udder and teats, wash hand before milking and milked their cows twice a day. None of the cattle keepers did dry hand milking and sealing of teat canal at the end of lactation. Results indicated that 93 per cent of the owners cleaned and trimmed hooves of the calf after birth. More than two third 70 per cent owner disposed off placenta in aak plant. It was found that 83.5 per cent of the owner allowed suckling calf up to 6 month. Results indicated that 81 per cent owners treated their sick animals properly by veterinary doctors. Majority 90.5 per cent of the owners left the dead body of animals out side the village. Majority 95 per cent control flies by smoke of waste grasses. Results indicated that 50 per cent of the respondents had medium level of adoption in breeding practices. In case of adoption of feeding, milking and calf rearing practices; it was found that maximum respondents had medium level of adoption. In case of adoption of housing and health care practices, it was observed that maximum respondents had low level of adoption. As evident from the results, the farmers negligence in vaccinating the animals was one of the main constraint faced cattle rearers on pooled RBQ basis.
Subject: Veterinary Science
Issue Date: 2011
Appears in Collections:Thesis

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