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Potential of Fish-Cum-Pig Farming in India for Small and Middle Farmers


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Integrated farming is a farming in which the utilization of the synergetic effects of inter-related farm activities and the conservation, including the full utilization of farm wastes. Hence, integrated fish-cum-pig farming is the farming practice with the integration of pig and fish through utilization of farm wastes with an objective of maximizing the yield under sustainable production with reduced inputs cost. Integrated fish farming involving aquaculture defined broadly is the concurrent or sequential linkage between two or more activities, of which at least one is aquaculture.
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  • Potential of Fish-Cum-Pig Farming in India for Small and Middle Farmers

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S. K. Verma
(FETC)College of Fisheries (NDUAT) Kumarganj, Ayodhya (U.P.), India
Samson Panmei
(FETC)College of Fisheries (NDUAT) Kumarganj, Ayodhya (U.P.), India
Laxmi Prasad
(FETC)College of Fisheries (NDUAT) Kumarganj, Ayodhya (U.P.), India

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Integrated farming is a farming in which the utilization of the synergetic effects of inter-related farm activities and the conservation, including the full utilization of farm wastes. Hence, integrated fish-cum-pig farming is the farming practice with the integration of pig and fish through utilization of farm wastes with an objective of maximizing the yield under sustainable production with reduced inputs cost. Integrated fish farming involving aquaculture defined broadly is the concurrent or sequential linkage between two or more activities, of which at least one is aquaculture.