Where can I learn to farm goats?
|Karnataka||State Livestock Breeding & Training Centre Hesaraghatta, Near Hesaraghatta Grass Farm, Nrithyagram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560089. Phone: 080-2846 6397.|
|Yashodavana Goat Farm Hullhalli, Hura Road, Yedahalli, Nanjangud Taluk, Mysore District, M. Kongahalli, Karnataka 570008. Phone: 096205 90777.|
How much does a goat cost in Kerala?
In Agali, where local people now bring their goats for sale, the animals sell for a minimum of 280 rupees ($4) per kilo, or more than Rs 5,000 ($75) for a typical animal.
Which breed of goat is most profitable in Kerala?
Beetal is more profitable Beetal goat in black colour is the most profitable breed for farmers. It is highly milk productive and suitable for commercial meat production.
What is the meaning of goat farm?
Goat farming involves the raising and breeding of domestic goats (Capra aegagrus hircus) as a branch of animal husbandry. People farm goats principally for their meat, milk, fibre and skins. Goat farming can be very suited to production alongside other livestock (such as sheep and cattle) on low-quality grazing land.
Is it possible to start a goat farm in Kerala?
Goat farming in Kerala has a great opportunities. And there are already many established farms available. So, if you are new in this business and want to start goat farming business then take a training on goat farming and visit some farm and producers directly. This will help to broad your knowledge.
Which is the best part of goat farming?
The best part of goat farming is even women, children, and old people can manage the goat farm. You can start a goat farm with low investment and gradually can increase the farm size as you gain the experience in goat farming business.
Which is the best Training Institute for goat husbandry?
Our mission is to educate people in advance technologies on goat husbandry for employment generation and sustainable livelihood. Training facilities at the Institute are of class, faculty is highly educated and experienced.
Which is the best course for Kerala Livestock Development Board?
The Training Centres under Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) at present offers short term training course of 2-8 weeks duration. All these courses are designed for field workers who require specialisation in their respective fields. The courses include a combination of theory, practicals, group discussions, seminars and field visits.