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Knowledge level of rural women about improved feed and fodder practices of buffalo in Haryana



Knowledge level of rural women about improved feed and fodder practices of buffalo in Haryana



Haryana Veterinarian 43: 34-37



This study was conducted on 160 rural women selected from 4 villages of Hisar and Jind districts of Haryana during 2004 to determine the knowledge level of rural women about recommended feed and fodder practices. The samples were taken keeping in view the highest concentration of the buffaloes in these districts. The data were collected with the help of a pretested interview schedule.

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