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One hundred fifty goat farmers of Jaunpur district of eastern U.P. were categorized into
small (1-5 goats), medium (6-10 goats) and large (above 10 goats) on the basis of flock size.
Generally, goats were transported to the weekly market where these were sold through commission agents to the wholesalers and meat dealers. The marketing cost per goat was highest (Rs. 69.28) in small category followed by medium (Rs. 66.57) and large (Rs. 64.52) in order.
Primary producers were getting 70.25% share for their produced whereas middlemen/agents,
wholesalers and meat dealers received 12, 8.25 and 9.50 per cent share, respectively