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Title: Study on Economic Profitability of Key Poultry Rearers at two Selected Villages under SLDP-II of Noakhali District
Authors: Zulkar Nine, Hatem Sazzat Md.
Keywords: : Key rearers, Socio-economic status, Costs and Return, BCR
Issue Date: Apr-2009
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Khulshi-Chattogram
Abstract: The study was carried out in 2 villages named as Maddha Karimpur and Ashadia under Noakhali district with a view to assesses the socio-economic and economic benefits of key poultry rearers. The study found that that, about 70.00 percent of key poultry rearers were landless, 20.00 percent were small and marginal farmers,10.00 percent were medium and none found as large farmers according to their landholding sizes. Total estimated total cost of rearing key poultry per year was found at Tk. 655.67 and gross return per bird per year per bird was found Tk, 1050.50. The average net profit of each household per year from poultry rearing was estimated at Tk.6712.96. The BCR of rearing Key Poultry farming was estimated as full cost basis at 1.361which indicates rural key poultry rearing under semi scavenging systems are profitable. The study also revealed that, the maximum number of respondents were recorded as afraid of bird Flue (A.I) attacked (100.00 %) and lake of medicine, vaccine and vet. care problems (100.00 %) in the study area and followed by reported problems as per responses were high prices of Feeds and Feed additives (90.00 %), capital problem (80.00 %), Crisis of pullet birds (70.00 %) insufficient technical knowledge (60.00 %) and lowest reported problems were irregular supply of Farm inputs (50.00 %) and Mental pressure for loan repayment. Finally, the suggested measures for improvement of rural key poultry rearers under semi-scavenging system in Bangladesh.
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