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Effect of some situational variables on attitude of livestock owners towards artificial insemination in cattle



Effect of some situational variables on attitude of livestock owners towards artificial insemination in cattle



Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 64(2): 186-188



The availability of critical inputs was significantly and positively correlated with the altitude of livestock owners towards AI in cattle. Availability of a local breeding bull and conception rate of AI in cattle were significantly and negatively correlated. The livestock owners having favorable attitude were characterized by not having a local breeding bull in their villages and these livestock owners felt high availability of critical inputs. Less number of insemination required for a conception was one of the reasons for favorable attitude towards AI in cattle, whereas more number of inseminations required for a conception frustrate the livestock owners and they tend to develop unfavourable attitude AI in cattle.

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