Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2019)
Contribution of rural women to animal husbandry activities in livestock management
Aradhana Kushwaha, Dipika Sachan, Dr. Katyayni and Dr. Rekha Dayal
India is predominantly an agrarian society where animal husbandry forms the backbone of national economy. Many of the important tasks in animal husbandry are performed by women besides their responsibilities as home makers and caring of animals is considered as an extension of domestic activities. This study emphasized the relative contribution of rural women in various animal husbandry activities. Thus the study focuses on performance of caring of animal activities by rural women in livestock management. The multipurpose random sampling technique was used and 180 respondents were taken from Sarsoul, Shivrajpur, and Choubeypur block Kanpur Nagar and Amaraudha, Malasha, Sarvankheda from Kanpur Dehat were randomly selected for the study.
Caring of Animal
More than forty five percent respondents from both the district ‘always’ perform care of newly born babies of animal activity. Maximum 87.78 percent respondents from Kanpur Dehat and seventy percent from Kanpur Nagar reported ‘always’ perform bathing of animal activity. Besides this 67.78 percent respondents from Kanpur Dehat and 57.78 percent respondents from Kanpur Nagar reported ‘always’ perform care of sick animal activity,
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Aradhana Kushwaha, Dipika Sachan, Dr. Katyayni and Dr. Rekha Dayal. Contribution of rural women to animal husbandry activities in livestock management. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(2):673-675.