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Sbi study cbc

  1. 1. Study: Adoption of AI services/ Reasons for low performanceMethodology: 1. The study will be undertaken at a low performing CBC in Yavatmal district. The performance of CBCs in Yavatmal is lowest among all the project districts. 2. A questionnaire for collecting data for reasons for non adoption of AI services by the cattle owners will be prepared and administered to atleast 50 families who are not participating in the breeding programme. 3. A focused group discussion with the stake holders viz participating and non participating families, CBC incharge, project staff, government officials related to livestock development in the area will be undertaken. 4. On the basis of information received from all the sources mentioned above reasons for low performance will be documented. 5. A course of action for improving performance, if it is within the reach of the project, will be advised.Factors responsible for low performance: (for CBC profile to be made on the basis of thesefactors)Livestock Insufficient cattle population in the area Rearing of cattle undertaken for production of bullock/ draught purposeMarket Milk marketing not available/ milk route Prices of milk non remunerative Low profit / no profit from dairy enterpriseInfrastructure availability Alternative breeding services available at cheaper cost/competition Non availability of reliable veterinary servicesFarming system and Livelihood system Farming system not conducive Shortage of fodder/ crop residue Free grazing resulting in natural service Migration Alternative sources of income available to the community No tradition of dairy farming/ milk production Lack of manpower/ family labour for undertaking dairy enterpriseAwareness level Low awareness about dairy enterprise as income generation activityCBC Staff efficiency Quality of breeding service provided by project CBC non satisfactory Lack of effective extension about crossbreeding and breeding services Lack of motivation in the CBC staffLocation specific agro-climatic conditions and communication problems Environment (temperature/ humidity/ rainfall etc) not conducive to rearing of crossbreds/ dairy animals Scattered area/ habitation Communication problem for giving AI call/ breeding serviceCultural Sale of milk is considered as tabooMiscellaneous High cost of AI servicesAny other
  2. 2. Questionnaire for families not availing breeding servicesName of the farmer: _______________________________________________Village: ____________________________________________________CBC: _________________________________________________________Number of breedable (above three years age) cattle and buffaloes No. of Cattle No. of Buffalo TotalReason for not availing breeding services of the CBCLivestock Rearing of cattle undertaken for production of bullock/ draught purposeMarket Milk marketing not available/ milk route Prices of milk non remunerative Low profit / no profit from dairy enterpriseInfrastructure availability Alternative breeding services available at cheaper cost/competition Non availability of reliable veterinary servicesFarming system and Livelihood system Farming system not conducive Shortage of fodder/ crop residue Free grazing resulting in natural service Migration Alternative sources of income available to the community No tradition of dairy farming/ milk production Lack of manpower/ family labour for undertaking dairy enterpriseAwareness level Low awareness about dairy enterprise as income generation activityCBC Staff efficiency Quality of breeding service provided by project CBC non satisfactory Lack of effective extension about crossbreeding and breeding services Lack of motivation in the CBC staffLocation specific agro-climatic conditions and communication problems Environment (temperature/ humidity/ rainfall etc) not conducive to rearing of crossbreds/ dairy animals Scattered area/ habitation Communication problem for giving AI call/ breeding serviceCultural Sale of milk is considered as tabooMiscellaneous High cost of AI services? If yes, what cost they are prepared to pay?Any other reasons
  3. 3. AREA PROFILEName of the CBCDate of establishment and age of the CBCNumber of villagesAverage distance from HQFarthest distance from HQAre the villages scattered?Maximum temperature in the summerNo of APL families ( Having more than five acres ofrainfed land )No of BPL families ( Landless/ marginal/ less than fiveacres of rainfed land)Cropping pattern Kharif RabiIrrigation facility Nil (rainfed)/ low/ moderate/ highAvailability of breeding service in the area other thanproject CBCA.I ChargesAverage AI/ monthHighest AI recorded No. ------------ Month &Yr---------Availability of milk collection centers in the areaAverage price for milk paid to the producersAvailability of cattle market in the area. Where is thenearest cattle market located and how far?Availability of grazing land for cattleAvailability of green fodder in the area other thanrainy seasonHow existing crossbred cows cope to high temperaturein summer / No CB animalsIs cotton seed cake/ cattle feed fed to milking cowsWhat feed (roughage and concentrates) is fed indifferent seasons Rainy(July to Oct) Winter (Nov to Feb) Summer (Mar to June)CBC in-charge’s opinion regarding low response to AI
  4. 4. FOCUSED GROUP DISCUSSION (FGD)Village: ________________CBC_____________Tal_____________ Dist___________Number of persons in the FGD: ________________________________Factors responsible for low performance: (for CBC profile to be made on the basis of thesefactors)Livestock Insufficient cattle population in the area Rearing of cattle undertaken for production of bullock/ draught purposeMarket Milk marketing not available/ milk route Prices of milk non remunerative Low profit / no profit from dairy enterpriseInfrastructure availability Alternative breeding services available at cheaper cost/competition Non availability of reliable veterinary servicesFarming system and Livelihood system Farming system not conducive Shortage of fodder/ crop residue Free grazing resulting in natural service Migration Alternative sources of income available to the community No tradition of dairy farming/ milk production Lack of manpower/ family labour for undertaking dairy enterpriseAwareness level Low awareness about dairy enterprise as income generation activityCBC Staff efficiency Quality of breeding service provided by project CBC non satisfactory Lack of effective extension about crossbreeding and breeding services Lack of motivation in the CBC staffLocation specific agro-climatic conditions and communication problems Environment (temperature/ humidity/ rainfall etc) not conducive to rearing of crossbreds/ dairy animals Scattered area/ habitation Communication problem for giving AI call/ breeding serviceCultural Sale of milk is considered as tabooMiscellaneous High cost of AI servicesAny other

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