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Update on epidemiology and control of Foot and Mouth Disease - A menace to international trade and global animal enterprise
The etiological agent (FMD virus) is examined in detail at genetic and molecular characterization level and in terms of antigenic diversity.
Uses of Communication Sources among Tribal Pig Farmers in Dakshin Dinajpur Districts of West Bengal
The study conducted in purposively selected Dakshin Dinajpur district in West Bengal found that personal localite sources were largely utilized by the tribal pig farmers in both near and far away areas from the urban contact.
Farmers knowledge and adoption level on goat healthcare management practices in selected areas of India
The study was taken up with the objective to find out the factors effecting knowledge and adoption of goat owners in healthcare management practices. The study was purposively conducted in West
Assessment of Socio-Economic Status of Contract and Non-Contract Goat Farmers of Odisha- A Comparative Study
The contract farming in goat, which is completely informal in nature without any stringent written agreement, has come into existence in rural India. This study was conducted with an objective to
Socio-economic factors and their influence on the production performance of commercial pig farms in India
Socio-personal and socio-economic characteristics influence the accessibility to the resources, participation in decision making, livelihood pattern, standard of living etc. Most of the studies
Status and scope of Information and Communication Technology for livestock and poultry production in India - a review.
Though the ICT is diffusing in the rural area, until the costs of the “last mile”, of basic IT devices, and of local language software are brought down, the goal of “wiring India” will remain unachieved.
Augmentation of farmers’ income in India through sustainable waste management techniques
The study emphasizes the utilization of wastes through vermicomposting clubbed with biogas production for augmenting farmers’ income through sustainable utilization of agricultural, household and livestock waste.