The goat is a multipurpose animal and plays a very important role in the economy of the nation's small, marginal farmers and landless farmers. A large number of village-based populations in rural areas have engaged in the traditional farming method of goat farming. In India, goats are one of the main meat-producing animals due to the high domestic demand.
Goat farming has now become a key portion of the rural development program in developing countries. Goat milk and meat are rich and are always in high demand. For the poor people, the rearing of goats serves as insurance during economic times of crisis. That's why it is called a "poor man's cow." Goats provide manure of high NPK value for agricultural farming. To learn more about Goat farming and to take the first step towards the journey of a first-generation entrepreneur; enroll today.
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