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Aug 23, 2010
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Osmanabadi Goat
by: Mustafa

Dear Sir,
This is Mustafa from Hyderabad. Nice to see nowadays more people from in this business.

Before starting the goat farming it is very essential to acquire goat management skills as this will help you in knowing the advantages of goat farming over sheep farming or other small ruminants like rabbit, different types of goat breeds in India and which breeds will be more suitable and can survive in our environment , types of farming but I recommend you to do semi intensive farming as less usage of fodder can be used from land and animals can get exercise, feeding schedule, breeding methods such folk system, pen system and Artificial Insemination, types of diseases like PPR, ET, Goat Pox that will effect goats, labour and fodder management and many more.

You can cultivates fodder like Maize, Jawar, Bajra, Subabul,berseen, stylo scabra, lucern, cow pea, papal tree, ber tree, neem, tamarind, kitchen waste.
Silage making is very costly so that make it. You can do when your business reach 1000 goats

We are showing our interested in working with you on your project, we can not only supply you good quality Osmanabadi goats @ 150 Rs / kg which suits but also we can act as your Design & Supervision Consultant and help you Designing of economical shed, planting various type of fodder, giving you De worming and Vaccination Schedule and many more service as agreed.

Here are the advantages of Osmanabadi Goat over other Local Goat
1- These goats are native of Osmanabad and enjoys border with A.P and which is at a distance of less than three hundred kilometres from Hyderabad and i confirm that these goats can easy survive in our climate. we are having many inquiries from oman and Saudi Arabia which are more than 3000 Km from Osmanabad and also from Haryana, Punjab, U.P, Rajastan and South Indian States.
2- Osmanabadi goat shows a very efficient reproductive performance and resistance against diseases not only in well managed semi stall feeding system but also in severe drought conditions. As per research conducted by NARI on Osmanabadi Goats in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andra Pradesh States, in spite of drought which occurred in 2007 and 2008, there was no drop in the productivity rate of Osmanabad goat.
3- Age at the first kidding is around 15 months with the lactation length of around 130 days. The dressing percentage varies from 55- 60 %. In favourable conditions the Osmanabadi does will breed twice in 14 Months, twinning is common and the milk yield ranged form 700 gm to 1500 gm.
4- In the end the leather of osmanabadi goat is fairly of good quality and its meat is preferred by majority of the rural and urban population in southern India.

If you need any more details please let me know
Waiting for your reply
Regards,
Syed Mustafa Hussain
M.Sc Construction Project Management (U.K)
Owner
Hyderabad
www.shinefarms.com
syed@shinefarms.com

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