Prospects and limitations of dairying in Gujranwala district, Punjab
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BeschreibungGlobally, Pakistan is the 4th largest milk producing country contributing about Rs.540 billion per annum to the national economy.Buffaloes(30.8 million)and cattle (34.3 million) are the principal dairy animals contributing about 65 and 30% respectively towards national milk supply.More than 70 % dairy animals are owned by farmers having herd size of 1-10 animals.They produce more than 80% of market milk supply.The demand for livestock products is likely to increase due to increasing human population growth, urbanization and increase in the per capita income in country.Animals productivity is far below than their actual genetic potential chiefly due to poor husbandry of dairy animals, limited health coverage, limited small farmers access to credit facilities etc. Rural communities in general and small farmers particularly suffer the most, getting low return from their farms produce.Moreover,escalating inflation in the country has further exaggerated the situation, therefore the present project was planned focusing small farmers.
PortraitMr. Muhammad Arif supervised LLM thesis of Mr. Abdul Basit Qureshi on Energy Charter Treaty. The main author has over 25 years upstream oil industry experience whereas the co-author has 6 years downstream regulations experience. Authors have research interests relating to regualtory reforms, policy formulation and market restructuring.
Untertitel: Scope of dairy production. Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2011
Seitenanzahl: 108 Seiten