Efficiency of Poultry Production in District Quetta Balochistan Pakistan

Sanaullah Noonari


This study was carried out by considering the importance of production of poultry farming in Balochistan Pakistan. The results showed there were 45.00 percent of the respondents farmers were rearing poultry birds on small scale 2000 birds , 33.34 percent of farmers were on the range 2001 to 4000 birds and 21.66 percent respondents were heaving up to 4000 birds on at their farms. Thus the selected poultry farmers on average per farm spent a total cost of production of Rs.551350.00. This included Rs.48000.00, Rs. 71350.00, Rs.157000.00, Rs.125000.00 and Rs.150000.00 on Farm rent/cost, Equipment Expenditure of farm, Expenditures Rearing, Labour charges and marketing costs respectively on capital inputs. The results of the return analysis indicated that production were an average per farm earned of Rs.960600.00 that included for Rs. 939600.00 on Sale of 900 birds weighing 1.5 kg each  and Rs. 21000.00 sale of poultry manure obtained by the farmers of poultry.  It’s the result cleared from the table that each poultry farmer on an average per farm earned during study, Rs.409250.00 on net income, Rs.960600.00 on gross income and Rs. 551350.00 on total expenditure in the study area. The selected poultry farmers on an average per farm earned Rs. 960600.00non the inputs at Rs. 551350.00 in study area. The cost benefit ratio of the farming of poultry at 1:0.74 it means that the poultry farmers obtained Rs. 0.74 on each rupee invested by them in the study area.

Keywords: poultry, birds, capital inputs, average, manure, Balochistan

DOI: 10.7176/JPID/54-02

Publication date:May 31st 2020

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