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Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology, ISSN: 2457-1024; 2231-0843 (old),Vol.: 32, Issue.: 5

Original-research-article

Economic Analysis of Major Farming Systems in Hyderabad-Karnataka

Raghavendra D. V.1*, Suresh S. Patil2, G. M. Hiremath1 and Amrutha T. Joshi2

1Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture, UAS, Raichur – 584 104, India.

2College of Agriculture, B. Gudi – 585287, India.

Article Information

Editor(s):

(1) Dr. Orlando Manuel da Costa Gomes, Professor of Economics , Lisbon Accounting and Business School (ISCAL) , Lisbon Polytechnic Institute, Portugal.

(2) Dr. Teresa De Pilli, Assistant Professor, Department of Science of Agriculture of Food of Environnement (SAFE), University of Foggia, Italy.

Reviewers:

(1) Nura Aliyu Kabuga, Bayero University, Nigeria.

(2) Dengle Yuniyus Giroh,  Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola, Nigeria.

(3) Romer C. Castillo, Batangas State University, Philippines.

Complete Peer review History:  http://www.sdiarticle3.com/review-history/47481

Abstracts

The study was undertaken in Hyderabad-Karnataka state to assess cost and returns under major farming systems, net income of the farmers from different sources and significant influence of area and dairy in major farming systems. Four major farming systems viz., Crop+Dairy (C+D), Crop+Horticulture (C+H), Horticulture+Dairy (H+D) and Crop+Dairy+Horticulture (C+H+D) were identified based on the preliminary surveys in the area. The study is based on primary data of 160 farmers covering equal samples under major farming systems elicited through the survey for 2016-17. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and  Gini coefficient.  Results revealed that net annual income realized by farm household was higher in Crop+Dairy+Horticulture (Rs. 8,62,897.70) farming system of which 72.42 per cent was from horticulture. The least annual net income was observed in Crop+Dairy (Rs. 2,17,982.21) farming system of which 55.49 per cent was from livestock enterprise. The inequality was relatively lower in Crop+Dairy (0.45) farm households. The inequality was more in Crop+Dairy+Horticulture (0.53) farm households.

Keywords :

Farming systems; income; livestock; inequality.

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DOI : 10.9734/CJAST/2019/47481

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