Study on Cattle Housing Practices in Relationship to Herd Size in Non-Tribal Area of Udaipur District of Rajasthan
Shweta Choudhary M.L. Gurjar Vikas Choudhary Padma Meel Subha Ganguly
Vol 7(12), 87-92
The present investigation was conducted in Mavli and Vallabhnagar tehsils of Udaipur district of Rajasthan. The study group included 160 cattle rearers from which were selected randomly from four villages of each of the above two tehsils. All the cattle keepers had kuccha floor in shed and 83.13 per cent kept their cattle inside dwelling house. 80 per cent respondents had thatched roof of their animal houses. In the study area 79.38 per cent of cattle keepers used bedding material during winter season and 93.13 per cent of the cattle keepers used to wash hind quarter after drop of placenta.
Keywords : Cattle Housing Herd Size Non-Tribal Area Udaipur Village
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