Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2019)
Effect of socio-economic characteristics and disposal pattern of milk in Haryana
Jagdish Kumar, Nirmal Kumar, Ashok Dhillon, Sumit and Raj Kumar
The present study “Socio-Economic Variables and Management of Milking in Different Farming Systems in Haryana” for this Sirsa and Jind districts of Haryana state were purposely selected for this study. The multistage stratified random sampling technique was used for selection of the respondents. The age group -wise analysis majority of the farmers were found middle aged groups in both the districts. The children were maximum contributing of family size group. It is also obvious that the number of farm animals had a positive relationship with the family size. Among all the family members, maximum percentage of female members engaged in livestock rearing was more than the male members in both the district. About education status there was inverse relationship between education status and livestock rearing. As the education status increased the number of person involved in animal management found decreases. Maximum people were illiterate who were engaged in livestock. In both the districts maximum milk was sold as fresh followed by milk converted into Ghee & other products.
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Jagdish Kumar, Nirmal Kumar, Ashok Dhillon, Sumit and Raj Kumar. Effect of socio-economic characteristics and disposal pattern of milk in Haryana. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(2):1462-1464.