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Livestock technology transfer service in India: A review
The Planning Commission, Government of India (GOI), in its document, “Agriculture Strategy for Eleventh Plan: some critical issues” has observed, ‘unfortunately, extension advice is almost totallyExpand
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Organic livestock production: an emerging opportunity with new challenges for producers in tropical countries.
Agrochemicals, veterinary drugs, antibiotics and improved feeds can increase the food supply while minimising production costs in various livestock production systems around the world. However, theseExpand
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Comparison of Educational and Occupational Aspirations of Rural Youth from Farming Families of Kerala and Rajasthan
Aspirations act as key motivator in success of any individual. Lower aspirations are often ascribed as one of the reasons for lower achievement of any individual including the rural youth. TwoExpand
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Privatization of Veterinary Services in Developing Countries: A Review
  • A. Sen, M. Chander
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Tropical Animal Health and Production
  • 1 June 2003
Increasing fiscal constraints on the government, a lackadaisical performance by public sector animal health and breeding services and pressure from donor partners have prompted the governments ofExpand
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Management practices followed for draught cattle in the southern part of India
A study was conducted to determine the management practices followed by the farmers for draught cattle in Tamil Nadu state, India. Methods of procurement of animals, use of female animals, breedsExpand
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Disaster management in India: the case of livestock and poultry.
  • A. Sen, M. Chander
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Revue scientifique et technique
  • 1 December 2003
Developing countries are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of disaster management systems, and increasing efforts are being made to streamline preparedness, response and recoveryExpand
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Organic animal husbandry: concept, status and possibilities in India-A review
The animal production system, may be broadly classified as traditional, conventional and organic with their distinct characteristics.While traditional and conventional production systems are wellExpand
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Willingness to pay for cattle and buffalo insurance: an analysis of dairy farmers in central India
In India, insurance market especially in agricultural sector is usually underdeveloped. The idea of livestock insurance emerged in India before three decades, yet, it has not operated in aExpand
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Livestock extension education activities of the State Departments of Animal Husbandry (SDAH) in India: A case of Tamil Nadu state*
The State Departments of Animal Husbandry (SDAH) are the major stakeholder for the delivery of extension education services to the Livestock Owners (LOs) in India. However, the SDAH have to performExpand
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Animal Husbandry Practices of Organic Farmers: An Appraisal
In Uttarakhand organic farming is being promoted through a special institution i.e. Uttarakhand Organic Commodity Board (UOCB) through registering the farmers and orienting them towards organicExpand
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