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Asian-Australas J Anim Sci > Volume 7(1); 1994 > Article
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Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 1994;7(1): 49-55.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.1994.49    Published online March 1, 1994.
Economics of milk production in Dhaka district-A case for savar thana
M. A. Sayeed, S. M. A. Rahman, J. Alam, J. Begum
Abstract
This study was conducted to compare the of rearing native and cross-bred dairy cows and returns received from them. For this purpose, 144 cows of 132 household from 24 villages were randomly selected. of them, 96 were native cows and 48 were cross-bred cows. The study revealed that among the structure of cost components. labour charge occupied the major share in the total cost of milk production per litre. The total cost of rearing native and cross-bred cows was Tk. 14,155 and Tk. 19,854 per annum, respectively. The average net cost of milk production per litre was Tk. 14.12 for native cows and Tk. 0.52 and for cross-bred cows were Taka 3.40. The benefit-cost ratio of milk per litre was higher (1:1.33) in cross-bred cows than native ones (1:1.04). The study further showed that in comparing with bulk line cost, the price of milk per litre received by the farmers was higher in cross-bred cows than native cows. Therefore, the study recommends dairying with cross-bred cows as encouraging and viable commercial enterprise in Banfladesh.
Keywords: Native Cows; Cost of rearing; Taka; Bulk-Line Cost


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