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Abstract

COMMON PROPERTY RESOURCES OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR AND THEIR MANAGEMENT

Nazish Rizwan, M. T. Banday, I. A. Baba*, A. Malik and A. Y. Wani

ABSTRACT

Livestock continues to be an important sector which contributes 11% to GSDP of state. Livestock sector has important place in our state especially Kashmir as it’s having a hilly terrain and arable agriculture is not lucrative and farmers rear sheep and goats. Despite growth of livestock sector our state is short in animal protein requirement with availability of 256 lakh kg against requirement of 1200 lakh kg as per minimum requirements of MCI (Mir et al., 2016).There are many reasons for this deficit but one of the main reason being that only 4% arable land is under fodder cultivation in J&K, and total fodder production is 86.5 lakh tones, with greens accounting to 61.44 lakh tones, dry being 25.1 lakh tones. With respect to deficiency it’s observed that greens are 67% & dry 27.31% respectively (Ahmed et al., 2016).To counter this deficiency feeding resources available include CPR’s viz. pastures, highland pastures, pastures under forest etc, crop residues ,cultivated fodder and non conventional fodder resources. Amongst them forages are the major source of feed for livestock in the region, which are produced on pastures, meadows and a very little portion on cultivable land.

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