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Title: Goat Rearinng System at Some Selected Areas of Chittagong District
Authors: Chandra Dey, Jagnnath
Keywords: Goat rearing, Feeding, Semi-intensive, Insemination, Questionnaire
Issue Date: Dec-2015
Publisher: A production Report submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, CHITTAGONG VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, KHULSHI, CHITTAGONG.
Abstract: The present study was conducted to know the rearing system in four selected areas (Jangal Salimpur , SAQTVH, Anwara, Potiya) of Chittagong district. A total 0f 80 data were collected randomly by using a pre-structured questionnaire . Most of the farmers reared their goats in semi-intensive system. Main feed item of goats were green grass, tree leaves, kitchen wastes and road side grass, though some farmers supplied concentrate to their goats. Different types of diseases infectious and non-infectious both are important hazards and problems in goat rearing of our country and PPR, pneumonia, diarrhea, FMD and bloat are most common diseases in goat. However, most of goat farmers used vaccine against PPR and de-wormed their goats. Majority of goat keepers used village buck and farmers buck to inseminate their does and most of the farmers gave service charge to the buck keepers while most of them did not keep bucks for insemination. From this study, we known every farmer averagely reared 4 to 5 goat and also known about average cost and income of farmers per year by rearing of goat .The cost benefit ratio of per goat per year is 2.79 taka. so, goat rearing is a profitable business in our country.
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