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DAIRY FARMING PRACTICES ADOPTED IN TRIBAL AREA OF KINWAT TEHSIL (DISTRICT - NANDED)

Article Id: ARCC3254 | Page : 64 - 66
Citation :- DAIRY FARMING PRACTICES ADOPTED IN TRIBAL AREA OF KINWAT TEHSIL (DISTRICT - NANDED).Indian Journal of Animal Research.2006.(40):64 - 66
D.S. Chauhan, V.J. Kamble, P.V. Padghan, N.O. Khandare* and R.R. Kamble
Address : Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Marathwada Agricultural University, Parbhani - 431 402, India

Abstract

The villages and farmers were selected by stratified random sampling technique and
categorized according to size of land holding. The data revealed that the size of land holding had
positive and highly significant relationship with adoption of dairy farming practices, which included
improved feeding practices, adoption of improved breeds, improved managements, improved
housing and veterinary aids. It showed that as the size of land holding increased farmers inclination towards adoption of improved dairy farming practices was also increased

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