Veterinary Service delivery in India is predominantly done by government-supported agencies. Large numbers of farmers are now engaging themselves in group economic activities. The sophistication of the service demanded has been increasing day by day. Researches indicate that though the ability to pay is less, there is willingness on the part of farmers to pay for quality services.
Researchers are making regular attempts at understanding problems in veterinary service delivery in India.
At Vet Helpline India we conduct action researches and work with development agencies, producer companies or cooperatives, private milk processors, feed and medicine companies for Veterinary / Livestock service delivery focusing on institutional development, herd health and community approach of problem-solving.
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