Integrated Fish Farming

Because of its cumulative fee efficacy, low funding, and higher profitability, integrated farming is a long-term and significant tool for improving rural financial systems. It maximises farm productivity based on unit location by recycling wastes and leftovers from one farming machine to the next while taking environmental considerations into account. Integrated fish farming has remained a vital participant in agricultural companies in Purulia due to its sustainability and produces a specialty of various agricultural manufacture with a concentrate on fish, despite the increase in population. Integrated fish farming has the potential to create jobs, particularly for unemployed children in Purulia, and to improve women’s living standards. Fishery and animal Husbandry (Duckery) are complimentary machine additions, with duck droppings serving as a nutrient source for fish cultures. This study was conducted from October to November 2016 and is entirely based on number one recordings. A pattern of 20 respondents was carved out randomly from the 4 villages in Purulia-I Block of district Purulia in West Bengal to look at the socio-monetary popularity of the agriculturally included duck cum farmers. The generated data was computed and examined using statistical software and an average monetary return in terms of the fishing and duckery operations’ productivity, gross return, internet return, and final B:C ratio. It was discovered that using crossbred duckery and fish subculture in pond-based totally integrated farming procedures, higher manufacturing and long-term financial return could be achieved.

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Abhishek Majhi
Department of Economics, Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University, Purulia, West Bengal, India.
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