Indian Journal of Animal Research

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S.Arunachalam, M.Thiagarajan
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1Department of Uvestock Production and Management Madras Veterinary College, Chennai-600 007, India.
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Cite article:- S.Arunachalam, M.Thiagarajan (2023). THE BUFFALO FARMING STRUCTURE AND ITS INCOME IN CERTAIN PARTS OF TAMIL NADU. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 35(1): 36 - 39. doi: .
A survey was conducted among 300 livestock farmer, randomly selected from five region of Tamil Nadu. Face to face interview of the farmer was conducted with pretested questionnaire. There were 23 buffalo farming structure noticed. The buffalo and poultry and the buffalo and goat were the predominant farming structure in North and Cauvery delta region and the West and South region respectively. But in high rainfall region the buffalo, work bullock and poultry were observed as the predominant buffalo farming structure. Large numbers of farmers prefered three species of buffalo farming structure next to this was two species buffalo farming structure. The buffalo farming structure brings about varying levels of income in accordance with the local condition of the farmers.
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