+ Translate

Marketing of poultry products - broiler marketing

, : Marketing of poultry products - broiler marketing. Indian Journal of Agricultural Marketing 9(1): 51-61

The paper studies broiler marketing in Ambala and Gurgaon districts of Haryana state, India. Information was collected from a total sample of 47 farmers comprising 29 small, 9 medium and 9 large farms. The study first identifies the main broiler marketing channels operating in Delhi market and the local markets of Ambala and Gurgaon and then calculates price spread in each channel. The most important channel is producer-wholesaler-retailer-consumer.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 002891054

Submit PDF Full Text: Here

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Burbee, C.R.; Bardwell, E.T.; Henry, W.F., 1964: Marketing New England poultry. 8. Effects of firm size and production density on spatial costs for an integrated broiler marketing firm. The publication determines and summarizes the unit costs of the spatial activities of an integrated poultry system and shows how these costs are affected by changing (1) firm size; (2) production density; and (3) distance. The results indicate tha...

Saalfeld, H.G.; Wernien, K., 1979: Effective marketing for food products: (1) butter marketing strategy in market segments. (2) Brand marketing of fresh products. Two contributions to the ANUGA Symposium (1979) are presented: (1) an empirical example concerning the introduction of butter varieties, their marketing and advertizing arrangements; and (2) a definition of brand marketing and a description of a m...

Ven, F. van de, 1980: Marketing systems to meet the needs of urban food supply: case studies of marketing systems for poultry products in Nakuru and Kisumu districts, Kenya. The MA thesis provides an historical analysis of the differences in the marketing of poultry products in two towns and their hinterlands in Kenya, namely Nakuru and Kisumu -- questioning how far differences on a local level correlate with differen...

Liu, F.S.; Liu, C.C., 1983: Recent developments in agricultural marketing in Taiwan. A. Marketing improvements and economic development. B. Circulation of marketing information about farm products in Taiwan. The first paper (F.S. Liu) discusses the marketing of agricultural products as a tool in economic development. Taiwan is taken as a case study in analyzing the relationship between agricultural development, marketing, and overall economic developm...

Anonymous, 1979: Marketing, a dynamic element in rural development. Report of a seminar of experts on the marketing of agricultural products and rural development, the improvement of systems of marketing agricultural products and food with a view to increasing the role of the small farmers held in Feldafing, GFR on 27 November to 3rd December 1978. This is a French version of the report abstracted in WAERSA 21, 3817 and RDA 2, 1468.

Singh, I.J., 1976: Economic aspects of production and marketing of poultry and poultry products in Haryana

Burbee, C.R.; Bardwell, E.T.; Brown, A., 1965: Marketing New England Poultry : 7. Economics of broiler feed mixing and distribution. The objectives of this study are to determine the costs of mixing broiler feed and economics associated with size of feed mixing firms. Also determined are the costs of delivering the feed and how these costs are affected by changing (1) firm size...

Gupta, Dp, 1978: Marketing of poultry products. Poultry guide 15(8): 49-51

Benjamin, E.-Whitney; Pierce, H.-Castner; Termohlen, W.-Dewey, 1949: Marketing poultry products

Benjamin, E.W.; James Fred L.F.ber William D.T.rmohlen., 1960: Marketing poultry products. In the last ten years a radical transformation has occurred in the organization and structure of the egg and poultry marketing system in the United States. Consequently, the fifth edition of Marketing Poultry Products has been almost completely re...