Production and Marketing of Pearl Millet in Haryana (India)

 
 
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
  • erschienen am 6. Juni 2020
 
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  • Softcover
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  • 88 Seiten
978-3-659-88659-1 (ISBN)
 
From the study, it was observed that there was no difference between marketed surplus and marketable surplus. It was because no distress sale was recorded and no stock was retained by the farmers for the next year. With the increase in the size of holding among the different component of the total consumption, livestock consumption forms the major portion of total consumption followed by family consumption. Production, area under crop showed positive relationship with marketable and marketed surplus whereas livestock consumption, family consumption, family size showed the negative relationship with marketable and marketed surplus. It was observed that producer share in consumer rupee was found maximum in the channel-III followed by channel-II and minimum in channel-I, because number of intermediaries in channel-I were more (P-VT-W-R-C). Each intermediary was having margin within the channel due to this producer share in consumer rupee increased in channel-III (P-C) followed by channel-II (P-W-R-C) and channel-I(P-VT-W-R-C).
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978-3-659-88659-1 (9783659886591)
Authors has completed Their Post Graduation from CCSHAU, Hisar (India) in the discipline of Agricultural Economics. Presently First Author is working as Rural Development Officer, Union Bank of India, Tohana. Second Author is working as Agriculture Development Officer, Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Govt. of Haryana (India).

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