Constraints faced by goat keepers in use of communication media

DOI: 10.5958/0976-0555.2015.00033.3    | Article Id: ARCC5559 | Page : 150-151
Citation :- Constraints faced by goat keepers in use of communication media .Indian Journal of Animal Research.2015.(49):150-151
S.R. Lahoti*, S.R. Chole and N.S.Rathi shantilahoti@yahoo.co.in
Address : Department of Dairy Science, Yogeshwari College, Ambajogai, Dist.Beed, Maharashtra 431 517, India


The present study was undertaken to study the constraints faced by goat keepers in use of communication media. The data were collected from 100 goat keepers with the help of well-constructed and pretested interview schedule. The study lead to the conclusion that the goat keepers in use of communication media faced 14 important constraints. The constraint encountered the most of the respondents in use of communication media was related with lack of organization of film show on goat management, agricultural tom and demonstrations.  Agricultural exhibition pot arranged in villages and nearby places and difficult in understating the languages of broadcast/telecast constraints were also faced by most of the goat keepers.


Communications Constraints Goat Keeping Media.


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