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IMPACT OF DAIRY COOPERATIVES ON INCOME AND EMPLOYMENT GENERATION OF MILK PRODUCERS IN ALWAR DISTRICT (RAJASTHAN)

G.L. Meena, D.K. Jain* and J.P. Dhaka*
Deptt. of Agricultural Economics and Management, MPUAT, Udaipur-313 001, Rajasthan

DOI:
Page Range:
39-42
Article ID:
ARCC2211
Online Published:
Abstract
The results of the study clearly indicated that average net income was significantly higher
(Rs.13,285.30) in the member group than non-member group (Rs.3,602.75). The overall labour
utilization per annum per household was also significantly higher (207.36 man days) in the
member group than the non-member group (181.92 man days). The study noticeably indicated
a positive impact of dairy cooperatives on the income and employment generation of milk
producers in the study area
Keywords
Dairy cooperatives, Income, Employment, Milk producers.
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