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A study of investment pattern on fixed assets in rural dairy farming in Tamil Nadu



A study of investment pattern on fixed assets in rural dairy farming in Tamil Nadu



Cheiron 29(3/4): 97-99



Investment pattern on fixed assets in rural dairy farming was studied in Villupuram district of Tamil Nadu. A four stage stratified random sampling technique with division, block, village and farm households as the first, second, third and fourth stage, respectively, was used for data collection. Investment on fixed assets such as animals, buildings (cattle sheds and stores) and dairy equipment such as chaff cutters, milk cans and measuring sets were evaluated using tabular analysis.

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