The status, economics and prospects of commercialization of goat production in the country have been analyzed using primary data from 18 commercial goat farms in different states. It has been revealed that several large and progressive farmers, businessman and industrialists have adopted commercial goat farming. The entry of large farmers, who have better access to technical knowledge, resources and market, into this activity would help in realizing the potential of goat enterprise. A majority of commercial goat farms have been found operating with positive net returns. Goat rearing has been found equally rewarding under both intensive and semi-intensive systems of management. Intensification and commercialisation of goat enterprise has been recorded important because of shrinking of resources for extensive grazing. Commercialisation would help in increasing the goat productivity and bridging the demand-supply gap. However, use of improved technologies, particularly prophylaxis, superior germ plasm, low cost feeds and fodders, and innovative marketing of the produce would be the pre-conditions for successful commercial goat production.

Who Should Attend

Progressive farmers,  Small marginal farmers, Goat buyers, Sales  all those who wish to know about Goat Farm Management &  its opportunities

Learning Outcomes

  • Detail understanding about Goat Farm Management and solve ur all questions
  • Understanding how to earn from this Business
  • Direct interaction with industry experts/Successful entrepreneurt

Course Curriculum

Introduction To The Trade
Breeds
Selection Of Breeds
Feeds
Diseases & Vaccination
Marketing
Nabard Schemes
Insurance
Goat Economics
Banking & Finance
Goat Farm Sample Project Report Details 00:00:00

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