8-Title: Marketing of buffalo and milk products in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan
Authors: Narendra Singh, Devi Singh Rajput, Neeraj Kumar Sharma, Chandra Pal Singh and Upendra Singh
Source: Ruminant Science (2022)-11(1):37-40.
How to cite this manuscript: Singh Narendra, Rajput Devi Singh, Sharma Neeraj Kumar, Singh Chandra Pal and Singh Upendra (2022). Marketing of buffalo and milk products in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan. Ruminant Science 11(1):37-40.
An exploratory study was conducted in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan, to assess the marketing of buffalo and milk products. Data were collected from 120 buffalo owners of Weir and Bayana tehsils According to research, there existed a district-level organised buffalo market. Only 48 and 33 per cent of respondents sold milk in processed form. The majority of respondents said that selling their buffalo to the villagers would be their first choice for generating income. Most of the respondents sold milk at the cost of above Rs. 35 per litre to the milk vendors. Only 27.5 per cent of the respondents sold dung at a cost of minimum Rs. 300 per trolly.
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