Extension Techniques for Livestock Development

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Publisher Agrotech Publications All Veterinary books by Agrotech Publications
ISBN 9788183212717
Author: Dr. Chitranjan Sharma
Number of Pages 391
Available in all digital devices
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Extension Techniques for Livestock Development by Dr. Chitranjan Sharma
Book Summary:

The primary objective of this book is to increase the proficiency of extension workers as well as improve their proficiency competence by acquainting them with the latest developments in livestock sector and enabling them in better understanding of the existing problems in the villages.

This book is also helpful for graduate, postgraduate and doctorate students pursuing studies in veterinary dairy, agriculture, fisheries, and other related sciences and provides them a first hand information on important aspects related to contribution of livestock to national income, community development, panchayati raj, livestock development programmes, audio-visual aids, extension teaching methods, programme planning, adoption and diffusion process, livestock marketing as well as animal husbandry management and administration.

We are sure that this book will be beneficial for professors, teachers, trainers, researchers and extension professionals engaged in veterinary and animal husbandry extension and other professional courses.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for professors, teachers, trainers, researchers and extension professionals.
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

· livestock development is said to favor the richer segments of society - both producers and consumers - rather than the most vulnerable.

· livestock are thought to compete directly with humans for cereal grains.

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