ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Structural Dimensions of Fodder Crisis-A Village Study in Karnataka

A Village Study in Karnataka A Damodaran This paper examines the structural dimensions of the fodder crisis taking the case of a village situated 26 kms away from Bangalore. In the first section the data base and methodology of the study is spelt out The second section describes the setting of the village in its ecological, social and economic dimensions in the traditional context from the viewpoint of fodder as a resource and proceeds to throw light on the traditional man-livestock relations on the villages of the district. The third section, depicting the changing scenario, is divided into three parts

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