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Animal Husbandry

Get data on details of Goats by Age, Sex and Use in Rural and Urban combined. Livestock census actually covers the census of livestock, poultry, implements and machinery used for livestock rearing. It is the only source for providing various kind of detailed information for these groups. Livestock Census conducted in every five years in India. India has largest livestock numbers in the world.
Get data on details of Sheep by Age and Sex in Rural and Urban combined for Exotic Crossbred and Indigenous. Exotic Animals are those animals which are developed in other countries are described as exotic animals. Cross-bred Animals are those animals which are produced by crossing indigenous animals with exotic breeds or indigenous animals which have exotic inheritance are described as crossbred animals. Indigenous Animals are those animals which belongs to descript/non-descript breeds of indigenous origin.
Get data on details of Yaks by Age and Sex Rural and Urban combined. Livestock census actually covers the census of livestock, poultry, implements and machinery used for livestock rearing. It is the only source for providing various kind of detailed information for these groups. Livestock Census conducted in every five years in India. India has largest livestock numbers in the world.
Get data on details of Mithun by Age and Sex in Urban and rural combined. Livestock census actually covers the census of livestock, poultry, implements and machinery used for livestock rearing. It is the only source for providing various kind of detailed information for these groups. Livestock Census conducted in every five years in India. India has largest livestock numbers in the world.
Get data on details of Buffaloes by Age,Sex and Use in Rural and Urban combined for Male and Female. Livestock census actually covers the census of livestock, poultry, implements and machinery used for livestock rearing. It is the only source for providing various kind of detailed information for these groups. Livestock Census conducted in every five years in India. India has largest livestock numbers in the world.
Get data on details of Cattle by Age, Sex and Use in Rural and Urban combined. Cattle means Bulls, bullocks, cows, calves, male and female buffaloes and buffalo calves. Exotic Animals: Animals which are developed in other countries are described as exotic animals. The most important exotic dairy cattle breeds in India are Jersey and Holstein Friesian (HF). Cross-bred Animals: Animals which are produced by crossing indigenous animals with exotic breeds or indigenous animals which have exotic inheritance are described as crossbred animals.
Bovine includes cattle, buffaloes, yak and mithun. Livestock census actually covers the census of livestock, poultry, implements and machinery used for livestock rearing. It is the only source for providing various kind of detailed information for these groups. Livestock Census conducted in every five years in India. India has largest livestock numbers in the world.
Livestock are domesticated animals and Poultry are domesticated birds. Livestock census actually covers the census of livestock, poultry, implements and machinery used for livestock rearing. It is the only source for providing various kind of detailed information for these groups. Livestock Census conducted in every five years in India. India has largest livestock numbers in the world.
Get data on Livestock Census 2012 of Meghalaya. It contains Livestock Population according to 2012 Census of various species like Cattle,Buffalo, Goat, Horses & Ponies,Pig, Sheep, Dog, Rabbit, Poultry etc. and Growth Rate as compared to 2007 Census
Dear Sir, Data related to the Animal husbandry and milk procurement/Dairy husbandry is not getting updated on regular basis. All the present data are 3 year old (last updated data 2011). Please there should at least one portal for all data, that is why this portal has been created. So my Request is to update data on regular basis. Thanks, Regards. Dr.Nikunj Sakhiya

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