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Original Research Articles                      Volume : 8, Issue:6, June, 2019

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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2019.8(6): 938-946

A Financial Implication Analysis of Different Layer Poultry Farms in Nammakkal District, India
V. Dinesh and Amod Sharma*
Department of Agricultural Economics, SASRD, Nagaland University, Medziphema Campus, Nagaland
*Corresponding author

A study was conducted to analyze the economics of poultry layer farms in Namakkal district of Tamil Nadu state, both primary and secondary data were used. The primary data pertained to the year 2018-19 and was elicited from 100 poultry farms and 20 market intermediaries selected and data collected using pre-tested questionnaires. Tabular, financial analysis, cost concepts, marketing efficiency, garrets ranking technique was employed. The present study revealed that total costs incurred per farm on small, medium and large layer farms was Rs. 67,34,743, Rs.1,71,85305 and Rs.3,48,37873, respectively. The net returns realized by small, medium and large layer farms was Rs.409932, Rs. 12,42,392 and Rs.3,32,6525 respectively. On the basis of net present value, benefit-cost ratio and internal rate of return, layer farms has been found that all size group layer farms are financially viable and most profitable. While the Net Present Value of investments in small farms was Rs. 1,94,926 and medium farms was Rs. 6,85,979, while that on large farms was Rs. 25,48,436 at the discount rate of 15 per cent. The benefit cost ratio was higher in large farms at 1.033 compared to that of small (1.019) and medium farms (1.030). The current study showed that the internal rate of return for the large farm was 31.15 per cent. It was higher than the small (22.89 per cent) and medium farms (23.06 per cent), respectively.

Keywords: Poultry, Layer, Economic, Farm, Analysis, District

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Dinesh, V. and Amod Sharma. 2019. A Financial Implication Analysis of Different Layer Poultry Farms in Nammakkal District, India.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 8(6): 938-946. doi:
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