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Vol. 8, Special Issue 1, Part J (2024)

Effect of stall fed system versus grazing system on parasitic infestation and cost economics in Sirohi goats reared in Kymore plateau and Satpura hills region of Madhya Pradesh

Author(s): Sonu Kumar Yadav, Anjani Kumar Mishra, Pramod Sharma, Bhavna Aharwal and Anil Kumar Singh
Abstract: The proposed work was carried out at Livestock Farm Complex (LFC), College of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, Rewa (M.P.) to evaluate the Disease incidence during the experimental period was recorded by fecal examination, for cleanliness scoring four region ano-genital, legs, hind under-belly and thigh were rated by visually for cleanliness in points scale (0- clean, 1- dirty and 2- very dirty) of Sirohi goats under stall feeding versus grazing system. The experiment was conducted on Twenty-four Sirohi kids of 3-4 months age of either sex with uniform body size and weight. They were randomly divided into two groups (Group 01 and Group 02) of 12 animals in each. Group 01 allowed to rear on complete stall feeding with supplementation of commercial concentrate feed while group 02 allowed was browsing around farm premises. Kids were allowed to feed 2% commercial readymade concentrate feed (20% protein and ME 2240 kcal/kg) on dry matter basis and 2% as greens (daily 6 hours grazing). The study was conducted for 1year. In present study higher parasitic infestation seen in rainy season of group 02 (Grazing group). The economics of Sirohi goats was compared between group 01 and 02. The result obtained in present findings show the net profit was higher in group 01 followed by group 02 and the benefit cost ratio was higher in group 01 (Stall fed group) as compared to group 02 i.e. (Grazing group). The study revealed that Sirohi goat reared under intensive system i.e. stall fed has less parasitic load and hence more profitable economically when reared in this system by the farmers.
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How to cite this article:
Sonu Kumar Yadav, Anjani Kumar Mishra, Pramod Sharma, Bhavna Aharwal, Anil Kumar Singh. Effect of stall fed system versus grazing system on parasitic infestation and cost economics in Sirohi goats reared in Kymore plateau and Satpura hills region of Madhya Pradesh. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(1S):757-760. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i1Sj.421
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