Goat 
Farming

Goat farming is a farming business and this business can be done with less capital and less space. The goats need less food than other people, such as cows, buffaloes. Generally, a cow can survive 10 goats. Therefore, this business is very beneficial for the small holders. This business is very beneficial if proper planning of food, goat’s health, shelter and drinking water is done. This business is done in India in a closed and semi-bandit manner. The goats of goat are provided with goat in the goat. The goats are left out for some time to feed the goats in the semi-detached cattle farming. In this, the goat receives many plants in the fields and bunds, so that the health of the goats is very good and the food becomes less efficient, this type is more beneficial. There are about 123 million goats in India. There are 620 million goats in the world. Even so, the income from goats in India is very low. Only 3% of milk, 45% to 50% of meat and 45% skin is obtained from the total income of milk, meat and the skin. In India, average annual milk production of goats is only 58 litters. This milk is not demanded. 

Benefits of goat Farming

  • This business can also be done with a small investment.
  • Some breed goats are twice in 14 months, due to which they get more income.
  • The two piglets have the capability to yield more in the goat, which is more beneficial for their income.
  • Money can be set by selling goats if needed.
  • The goat is an animal. It has the ability to match its potential to the opposite weather.
  • They become substances from the horn and the dough.
  • They have poor antioxidant fodder for eating. They convert them into milk and feed.
  • Their yields come early as their wages come early, their production increases rapidly.
  • Because of the small grains, they need lesser shelter.
  • He had a fine fertilizer of his dung.
  • The demand for goat meat is high.

The goats are

Indian Castes

There are about 25 species of goats in India. Jamatapri, Bittal, Surti, Marwadi, Barberi etc. are used for milk production, but for Bittal, Usmanabadi, Surti, Ajmari etc etc. Their growth slowed to about 20 kg per year.

Exotic species

There are foreign modified varieties of saunen, togeneburg, alpine, azglonibion, angora and goats. Their growth was very fast. Boyer breed goats in Africa are weighty. The weight of the weight is 100 to 125 kg and the weight of the weight is around 90 to 100 kg. India’s pure breed goats (non-hybrid) are Osmanabadi or Sangamannari.

bandista Goats Farming

The goat’s goat is different from the other animals. It only scratches the leaves and crows of the goats. It is believed that the growth of the trees which have been done by goat’s goats. It is believed that it destroys shrubs and forests. For the protection of the environment, the dung is necessary for them. It should be located at the top of the cottage, Murmadi in the soil and in the place where the water can be drained. The cats have 10 to 12 sq.ft. each, the kidneys (pups) 2 to 5 sq.ft. And Bocadas 25 sq.ft. It takes space. In this way, raising the number by looking at numbers. Apart from this, there should be free space for them to move out of the grill.

Stack requirement

  • There should be modern water facilities for fodder in the manger.
  • There should be special compartments for pregnant, sick, puppy and goose.
  • After the goats, they should have cups for them and their kids.
  • If the number is greater then the separate store should be for the food.
  • There is a separate facility for first aid and medicines.
  • Goats have to disperse the fodder into pieces.
  • Vaccination of goats and germs should be used properly.
  • The goats should be insured.
  • Should be protected from rainstorms, wool, and thaw.

Ardhabandista Goats Farming

These goats are known as rotating animals. If this leaves the goats free to eat for some time, they can get various types of natural herbs and their health is good and feed becomes less. Sheals are habituated to rotate naturally with fodder and bud. They do not get exercise if they keep them in the grid. Not growing.

Ardhabandista Goats Farming advantages

  • Savings at the cost of eating food because of eating outdoors.
  • Management, cattle construction and maintenance cost savings.
  • Goats are exercised so that the health remains good and the water becomes more dense.

Ardhabandista Goats Farming disadvantages

  • Due to contact with other or patient goats.
  • They can not be measured and they can not be measured.
  • Still the cemetery is necessary.

Diet

It is usually about a diet of at least 0.5% of the goat weight, 2% dried fodder, and 1.50% green fodder. If the ancestors cut smaller pieces, about 25% to 30% will save the fodder. Puppies should have mother’s milk for 1.50 months after birth. Similarly, they can be fed with luksul. They should be given dose. They should be ready after milking their milk. They should be given adequate quantity of protein foods. Piglets need maximum milk to increase the weight of goats in the early stages, so it is important to give goats the right amount of dose to the right quantity in which the dose like milk production of animal feed and maize, turmeric should be given.

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