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Economic aspects of artificial insemination programme in the Intensive Cattle Development Project, Khanapara(Assam)

By: Handique, Nirajan.
Publisher: Karnal NDRI 1976Subject(s): Dairy-EconomicsDissertation note: M.Sc. Thesis Kurukshetra University 1976 Patel, R K Summary: The net cost of maintainence per bull per day was Rs 8.56, 9.27, 11.04 and 9.55 for central semen bank khanaparu Jagiroad Nalbari and howliregional A.1 centres respectively. THe most important item influencing the net cost of maintainence was the feed accounting for about 40% of the total gross cost. The cost of production of a ml of fresh and diluted semen were 4.56 and 44.93 paise respectively and similarly cost of collecting the semen is 94 and 19 paise respectively. The overall cost of processing a dose of semen was 70 paise cost of storage of a ml of diluted semen was found out to be 11 paise out of which 87 percent was shared by fixed cost. The overall cost of transportation of semen was maximum for central semen which amounted to 51 paise. The overall cost of administering a single dose of semen for the sub centres amounted to Rs 11.59 which 94% was contributed by fixed cost.
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M.Sc. Thesis Kurukshetra University 1976 Patel, R K

The net cost of maintainence per bull per day was Rs 8.56, 9.27, 11.04 and 9.55 for central semen bank khanaparu Jagiroad Nalbari and howliregional A.1 centres respectively. THe most important item influencing the net cost of maintainence was the feed accounting for about 40% of the total gross cost. The cost of production of a ml of fresh and diluted semen were 4.56 and 44.93 paise respectively and similarly cost of collecting the semen is 94 and 19 paise respectively. The overall cost of processing a dose of semen was 70 paise cost of storage of a ml of diluted semen was found out to be 11 paise out of which 87 percent was shared by fixed cost. The overall cost of transportation of semen was maximum for central semen which amounted to 51 paise. The overall cost of administering a single dose of semen for the sub centres amounted to Rs 11.59 which 94% was contributed by fixed cost.

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