HOUSEHOLD ASSETS OWNERSHIP AMONG DAIRY FARMERS IN PUNJAB
Keywords:Dairy, durable assets, landline telephone, ownership
Exploring about the ownership of household durable assets among the dairy farmers of Punjab, the present study finds that only a few sampled households use landline telephone. A majority of sampled households are mobile phone users and the number of mobile phones is approximately thrice the number of sampled mobile user families. A large proportion of sampled households have single TV set worth average value ₹9275. TV set of every sampled small farm households is served by cable/dish connection. A majority of sampled households have refrigerator, cooler, washing machines, cots, cycle, and motorcycle/scooter. A few sampled households own a car/jeep worth average value of is ₹485557.
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