Perception of Livestock Farmers Towards Existing Livestock Service Delivery Systems in Jaipur District of Rajasthan, India
Manisha Singodia Sanjay Kumar Rewani Sunil Rajoria Virendra Singh Gara Ram Saini
Vol 9(8), 111-119
An exploratory study was conducted in Jaipur district of Rajasthan to know the perception of livestock farmers towards existing livestock service delivery systems. Data were collected from 120 randomly selected livestock farmers through structured interview schedule. The study revealed that majority of the livestock farmers (70.00%) had favourable perception towards livestock service delivery systems followed by 15.83 per cent with less favourable and 14.17 per cent with more favourable perception.Age, annual gross income, experience in livestock farming and mass media exposure had positive and non-significant relationship with perception of livestock farmers towards livestock service delivery systems, while education, family size and land holding had negative and non-significant relationship. Herd size, extension contact and social participation had positive and significant relationship with perception of livestock farmers towards livestock service delivery systems.
Keywords : Extension Contact Livestock Farming Livestock Service Delivery Systems and Perception
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