Economics of Animal Rearing
- Critically examine the role of Livestock in farming economy of India. Do you agree with the view that in recent times, there has been a structural shift in agriculture sector due to Livestock rearing? Substantiate your stand.
- "Due to mechanization of agricultural operations and declining farm sizes; livestock has lost their position in Indian economy."Do you agree with this view? Argue.
- "Distribution of livestock wealth is more egalitarian, compared to land in India". Explain.
- Discuss the income elasticity of demand and consumption pattern in terms of animal products in India.
- Enumerate the salient features of National Dairy Plan Phase-I.
- What are the major problems of India's Dairy sector? Do you agree that unorganized dairy sector is reaping the benefits of favorable consumption dynamics"? Opine.
- "Traditionally, the output of marine fisheries used to be higher than that of inland fisheries. However, since 1991, India's Inland fish production has increased gradually."Examine
- "Inland aquaculture holds the key to the blue revolution in the country."Discuss critically.
- Discuss the national status of National Egg Coordination Committee, throwing its role in Indian poultry sector.
- What is social, cultural, religious and economic relevance of Mithun? Discuss the economics of animal rearing in context with Mithun in several parts of India.
- Economics of animal rearing can help to a great extent in doubling real incomes of farmers by 2022. However, there is a need to remove the anti-farm bias by recognizing incomes from allied sectors as farm incomes. Explain.
- Livestock rearing should be kept at the centre of poverty alleviation programmes. Analyze.
- Explain the terms LED fishing, bull- trawling, purse seining and gill netting with respect to fishing highlighting issues created by each of them.
- What was the contribution of Sardar Patel in Dairy Sector of India?
- How the Sex Sorted Semen scheme of Uttar Pradesh aims to address the menace of stray bulls?
- Farmers of India are moving to buffaloes in place of cows. The farmer decision-making is largely influenced by the economic factors. Examine this in light of livestock policies of the country.
- Poultry Sector has organized itself into an organized business. But this development is highly skewed. Comment
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