Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 44 issue 1 (march 2010) : 52 - 54


S.R. Lahoti, R.R. Chole1
1Dept.of Dairy Science Yogeshwari College Ambajogai- 431 517, India
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Cite article:- Lahoti S.R., Chole1 R.R. (2024). ADOPTION OF FEEDING PRACTICES BY GOAT KEEPERS. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 44(1): 52 - 54. doi: .
The study was conducted in Ambajogai taluka of Beed district of Maharashtra State with objective
to know the extent of adoption of improved feeding practices by goat keepers. Hundred respondents
from 10 villages of the taluka were selected randomly for collection of data. The data were collected
with the help of well constructed and pretested interview schedule. The data was analyzed by using
suitable statistical methods viz frequency, percentage etc. It is revealed from the study that goat
keepers usually did adopt the improved feeding practices.
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  3. Singhal, V.(1999). Indian Agriculture Indian Economic Data Research Center. New Delhi. Pp 479-516

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