Attitudes of Tribal Dairy Farmers Towards Dairy Entrepreneurship in Balrampur District of Chhattisgarh: A Principal Component Analysis
Keywords:ttitudes, Dairy entrepreneurship, Principal component analysis, Socio-economics, Tribal dairy farmers
Dairy farming is not an essential part of farming but also the most appropriate productive system, with enormousÂ potential for improving the socio-economic status of large proportions of farmers in tribal areas. The study was
conducted during 2018-19 to assess the attitudes of tribal dairy farmers towards dairy entrepreneurship in Balrampur district of northern hill region, Chhattisgarh through the principal component analysis. The results
(BTS = 253.977 and the point of significance in P=0.00) showed that the data are appropriate for the PrincipalÂ component analysis. KMOâ€™s sample adequacy calculation result was 0.594, indicating that there were enough
indications in each element for study. Factor analysis for attitudes of tribal dairy farmers towards dairy entrepreneurship identifying operational factors have put up an intrinsic relational conglomeration of the items
to ultimately form a homogenous 13 attitudes items, and these items were conglomerated into 4 factors asÂ attitudes towards; feeding management, scientific management, socio â€“ economically and scientific production
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