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Goat Project Report:
In this article let us discuss about goat project report.
Goats are among the main meat-producing animals in India , whose meat (chevon) is one of the choicest meats and has huge domestic demand. Due to its good economic prospects, goat rearing under intensive and semi-intensive system for commercial production has been gaining momentum for the past couple of years. High demand for goat and its products with potential of good economic returns have been deriving many progressive farmers, businessmen, professionals, ex-servicemen and educated youths to take up the goat enterprise on a commercial scale. The emerging favourable market conditions and easy accessibility to improved goat technologies are also catching the attention of entrepreneurs. A number of commercial goat farms have been established in different regions of the country
Here you can find the complete Goat Farming project report which may include from Buying tips to Marketing Goat.It also includes information about Bank/NABARD Loans, Govt of India Agriculture Subsidies for Goat Farming, Disease management and Vaccination Schedules along with Fodder Management. It also explains about Goat housing Requirements and Breeding Goat.
Goat Farming Advantges:
Goat farming business is a proven business and fetch good profits, however, it ay take some times.
Goat meat has huge demand and the price of meat is inreasing every year.
Goats do not need expensive shelters.
Any one who are unemployed or looking for part time can start this goat farming business.
Goat farming provides employment to rural / urban population.
Goats are less prone to diseases when compared to sheep farming.
Goat is a multipurpose can be reared for meat, milk and skin.
Goats are social animlas and easily manageble.
Goat farm establishmnet requires less investment.
Goats prodcue manure which can used for any agriculture crops.
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Read: Goat Farming Cost and Profit.