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Profitability of Cross Breeding among the Dairy Farmers

Rajesh Kumar and Hema Tripathi

Abstract

The study was conducted in Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh by collecting data from 120 cattle owning households hailing from 12 villages .The results of study highlighted that about 57 per cent of the beneficiaries as compared to about 27 per cent of the non-beneficiaries were generating income between Rs. 15000-25000 annually through dairying. Employment generation from dairy husbandry was positively and significantly correlated with, family education status, family size, milk disposal behavior, economic motivation, herd size, land holding and information seeking behavior . Income from dairy husbandry increased with the increased lactation length, lactation yield and sale of milk. Average calving interval, income from dairy animals among the beneficiaries were found to be positively and significantly correlated with the variables selected under study related to production, indicating that income from dairy husbandry increased with the increased lactation length, lactation yield and sale of milk

Keyword: Profitability; Crossbreed

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