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International Journal of Home Science

2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 3, PART D

Involvement of women in dairy enterprise and used modern technologies and training needs in dairy farming

Author(s): Suchita Mishra, Neelma Kunwar and Smita Tripathi
Abstract:
Dairying is recognized as an instrument for social and economic development. Indian dairy is a classic example of production by masses rather than mass production. The nation’s milk supply comes from millions of small producers, dispersed throughout the rural areas. A wide range of milk producers (around 70 million rural households) viz. landless labourers, marginal, small, medium and large farmers are engaged in dairy farming in India. Technology support for enhancing the livelihood security of millions of dairy farmers and ensuring sustainable development of dairy sector in the country is in main focus now.
Pages: 234-237  |  524 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Suchita Mishra, Neelma Kunwar, Smita Tripathi. Involvement of women in dairy enterprise and used modern technologies and training needs in dairy farming. Int J Home Sci 2017;3(3):234-237.
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