alexa Participation Of Tribal Women In Selective Practicewise In Poultry Keeping
ISSN: 2168-9881

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3rd International Conference on Agriculture & Horticulture
October 27-29, 2014 Hyderabad International Convention Centre, India

Sidam Vijay Narayanrao, P R Deshmukh and B L Pisure
Posters: Agrotechnol
DOI: 10.4172/2168-9881.S1.012
Abstract
A very important participation of tribal women in poultry keeping and there related practices. The present study was conducted purposively in selected Kinwat tahsil of Nanded district as Kinwat taluka having highest tribal population in Marathwada region. Ten villages from Kinwat taluka on the basis of maximum tribal population were selected purposively. Respondents were selected by lottery method that constitute from each village 12 tribal women thus, 120 respondents sample and information pertaining to objectives was collected from them with the help of prepared interview schedule. Observed that near about one fourth tribal women fully involved in sale of poultry birds (26.66%) and few and equal of them (16.68 per cent) preparation of poultry feed and use of improved housing system, 15.83 per cent respondents were involved in maintaining information about diseases and their control measures. While none of the respondents were observed in selection and purchase of pure poultry birds, in vaccination of birds and in taking Government helps for poultry production. Further data revealed that 21.66 per cent respondents were partially participated in preparation of poultry feed, followed by use of improved housing system (20.00 per cent), in sale of poultry birds (16.68 per cent), and in getting information about diseases and their control measures (15.83 per cent), respectively. Meager tribal women partially involved in proper vaccination of poultry birds (4.17 per cent) and selection and purchase of pure breeds of poultry (0.83 per cent). Distribution of tribal women according to overall participation in poultry keeping explicit that, 60.83 per cent of the tribal women were from low participation level followed by 35.00 per cent belonged to medium and very meager (4.17 per cent) were from high participation level in poultry keeping.
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