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Article

A study was undertaken to analyse the profitability of goat farming by collecting data from 150 goat farmers in Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu. The data were analysed through conventional analytical tools like percentages and averages. The flock size of goat was found to be the highest in landless farmers (26.43) and the lowest in small farmers (20.76) wi...

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A study was undertaken to identify the role of livestock as the income stabilising source among the tribal farmers of Tamil Nadu by collecting data from the 900 sample tibal farmers of six hilly areas of Tamil Nadu . The data were analysed by using Gini concentration ratio and depicting Lorenz curve. The results revealed that the income inequality was very high ...

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Article
2004-02
Indian Society for Sheep and Goat Production and Utilization

India is endowed with the largest livestock wealth in the world particularly small ruminants Sheep and goat are considered to be the wealth of the poor and hence their role in poverty alleviation, income and employment generation is of signi´Čücant importance, more so, in dry land farming system, as they can thrive under any adverse climatic conditions. ...

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Thesis
2006
Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

A study was undertaken in Tamil Nadu to study the cost and uptake of livestock services, analyse the demand and willingness to pay (WTP) values for animal health care and bovine breeding services and to ascertain the constraints faced by farmers in availing services. The districts of the state were categorised as livestock developed (LD) and livestock underdevelo...

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