NAAS Score 2019

                   5.36

Declaration Format

Please download DeclarationForm and submit along with manuscript.

UserOnline

Free counters!

Previous Next

Duck Farming Practices in Tripura

Supritam Das Saidur Rahman
Vol 9(1), 157-165
DOI- http://dx.doi.org/10.5455/ijlr.20180626045600

The present study was undertaken to know the duck rearing practices in Tripura.“Stratified random sampling” technique was used to select 100 respondents. Data were collected through personal interview. The results obtained from the study indicated that 80.00 percent of the farmers were rearing ducks under free range system, mainly kept for consumption of eggs and meat. Majority of the farmers, 81.00 percent reared Desi/Pati duck and 19.00 percent reared Khaki Campbell. Among farmers, 74.00 percent used rice, rice grains, rice bran, wheat bran, kitchen waste for feeding the ducks and 100.00 percent used rice as supplementary feed. All the farmers (100.00%) were incubating the duck eggs by using broody hen. Majority of the farmer, 42.00 percent used clay box for incubation of eggs. The average egg production was 108 eggs/duck/year. The average age at first egg laying was 6 month. For the treatment of diseased duck farmers (100.00%) used medicine. There is a great potentiality of improving the productivity of ducks in Tripura.

Keywords : Duck Farming Practices Tripura

Full Text Read : 639 Downloads : 101
Previous Next

Submit Case Reports for Special Issue (Dec’19)

Recommend IJLR to include in UGC-CARE list

Download Completed format here

IJLR_UGC CARE Recommendation

And

Recommendations of new journals should be routed by universities and colleges as follows:

  1. Universities: IQAC cell to respective regional CARE University
  2. Affiliated colleges: College IQAC cell to parent university’s IQAC cell. Parent university IQAC cell will forward to respective regional CARE University.

You can find Zonal UGC-CARE address here https://ugccare.unipune.ac.in/site/website/ugc-contact.aspx

Close