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LIVELIHOOD SYSTEMS AND CLEAN MILK PRODUCTION – A CASE STUDY*

Article Id: ARCC686 | Page : 47 - 51
Citation :- LIVELIHOOD SYSTEMS AND CLEAN MILK PRODUCTION – A CASE STUDY*.Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research.2012.(31):47 - 51
Shivakumar K. Radder, S.K. Bhanj and Hema Tripathi
Address : Dept. of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension, Veterinary College, KVAFSU, Nandinagar, Bidar-585 401, India

Abstract

India, lags behind on milk quality front. A hilistic approach is necessary to understand the factors inflrencing milk quality. Women mainly are involved in milking and collection of fodder. Men are involved in grazing, feeding and marketing of milk. Awareness about clean milk production and quality of milk was ton. Dairy co-operatives seemed to be important centers for promoting clean milk production. Supporting traditional dairy farmers' communities would help in improving quality of milk.

Keywords

Milk quality Levelihod Milk production.

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