Swot Analysis Of Piggery

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AGER Consultancy Services is partnership firm promoted by Mr. Yogesh Kumar K.M. (B.Sc. (Agri.) & M.B.A. (Marketing) and Dr. Vasanatha K.M. (M.Sc. (Agri.), Ph.D) to provide wide range of consultancy services in agriculture and allied sectors. The core components of the firm’s activities include Project formulation, preparation of bankable project reports, project appraisal, technical and financial consultancy and turnkey services in Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal husbandry and allied sectors. Over the past 4 years, the firm has the credit of successful completion of preparation of more than 300 project reports in different sectors of Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal husbandry, MSME and other sectors covering various farmers,
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Apart from providing meat, it is also a source of bristles and manure. Pig farming will provide employment opportunities to seasonally employed rural farmers and supplementary income to improve their living standards. The advantages of the pig farming are the pig has got highest feed conversion efficiency, the pig can utilize wide variety of feed stuffs viz. grains, forages, damaged feeds and garbage and convert them into valuable nutritious meat, they are prolific with shorter generation interval & they produce 6-12 piglets in each farrowing, Pig farming requires small investment, Pork is most nutritious with high fat and low water content and has got better energy value than that of other meats. It is rich in vitamins like thiamin, Niacin and riboflavin, Pig farming provides quick returns since the marketable weight of fatteners can be achieved with in a period of 6-8 months. The pig farming constitutes the livelihood of rural poor belonging to the lowest socio-economic strata and they have no means to undertake scientific pig farming with improved foundation stock, proper housing, feeding and…show more content…
It holds promise as an employment generating industry, especially in rural and semi-urban areas. Indian sericulture contributes four types of silk Mulberry, Tassar, Eri & Muga to the World of silk fabrics. Mulberry silk accounts for 90% of the total silk production in the country, thus it has assumed prominent place in the agro-industrial activities. India is the second largest producer of raw silk after China and the biggest consumer of raw silk and silk fabrics. Sericulture is multidisciplinary activity consists of food plant cultivation (mulberry leaf production), silkworm rearing (cocoon production), silkworm egg production, silk reeling (yarn production), twisting, Warp and weft making, printing and dyeing, weaving, (fabric production), finishing, garment designing, marketing etc. The industry encompasses different on-farm and non-farm activities, with diversified nature of skills, involving heterogeneous group of people, bringing people of various walks of life together work for the production of

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