International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Social Work and History | India | Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020 | Rating: 6.7 / 10


Study of the Reasons for Declining Number of Pets in Sustainable Development at Babhulgaon in Hingoli District

Dr. Ashok Satwaji Hanwate [2]


Abstract: What are the causes of pet loss? This is explained in this article. At Babhulgaon in Hingoli district, at one time more than three to four thousand cows, bull, buffaloes, goats etc. were reared by the people. But at present such a large number of villagers do not raise cows and calves. This article provides information on why people are so depressed. People from rural areas are migrating in large numbers. At the same time, it is the business of ignorant people to graze cattle, to raise people who are educated. Because of the mental perception of such people. People are not turning to this business. Also, since people do not keep fallow lands for fodder for animals, it is not affordable for people to buy fodder and graze the animals. People are also sowing soybeans instead of sorghum. And soybean husk is not suitable for animal consumption like kadaba. Due to this kadaba, dhep, grass green fodder is becoming very expensive. At the same time, modern resources have become available for farming. Those who have tractors available cultivate tractors. And people who do not have tractors plow the fields with rented tractors. Sowing is done by tractor. JCB digs wells. After finishing work in the city, some people go to work in the suburbs. So they don't need to keep pets. So the number of pets has been reduced. The animals are sold. Also, the buyers in the market are the traders and the butchers who buy for the slaughterhouse are the ones available in the market and they send the animals to the slaughterhouse. Therefore, cattle like Mhaish, Reda, goats, sheep, chickens, etc. are slaughtered on a large scale. The population in the cities is very large and most of them are man-made. So their demand is huge. As a result, the number of pets in Babhulgaon has come down drastically.


Keywords: sustainable development, education, fodder, slaughter, pets, animals, depression


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020,


Pages: 1018 - 1020


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