Credit needs of small farmers in Dhenkanal District
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Credit needs of small farmers in Dhenkanal District

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Published by Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology in [Bhubaneswar] .
Written in English



  • India,
  • Dhenkanal (District)


  • Agricultural credit -- India -- Dhenkanal (District)

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Statementprepared by the Farm Management Field Problems Unit of A.P.P., University of Missouri/USAID in co-operation with the Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology & the Orissa Department of Agriculture.
ContributionsUniversity of Missouri., United States. AID Mission to India., Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology., Orissa (India). Agriculture Dept.
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 89/60166 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various foliations)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1835310M
LC Control Number89910926

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Downloadable! In the current study, determinants of credit demand among small farmers in the Mandi Bahauddin district of Pakistan were investigated. For this purpose, interviews with small farmers in six villages of this district were conducted. Both qualitative and quantitative techniques were used to examine factors that affect credit by: 1. Dhenkanal farmers seek incentives to grow sunflower. though incentives to farmers, lack of access to credit has hit the sunflower growers of the district hard. Making farm credit work for the small-scale in the long term the government needs to evaluate patterns of current credit program so that it can both increase the self-reliance of farmers and. Ways of improving farmers’ access to and use of credit: From the farmers opinion, the major ways of improving farmers access to and use of agricultural credit as indicated in Table 6, include making the interest rate low and affordable (x = 2. 84), making micro finance bank to be more responsive to the need of farmers in term of credit.

undernourished people and a majority of people living in absolute poverty.3 Experts estimate that food production in Africa must increase by 50 percent to feed an estimated population of billion by Opportunity is dedicated to equipping Africa’s small-scale. Bhubaneswar: The Livelihood Restoration Program (LRP), launched by GMR Kamalanga Energy Limited (GKEL) for project affected families in Mangalpur and Kamalanga Panchayat in Dhenkanal district has gained momentum by generating sustainable livelihood opportunities in farm and non-farm sectors.   Dhenkanal District Administration. ABOUT DISTRICT. Centrally located on the Geo-Political map of Odisha, Dhenkanal District is surrounded by beautiful wild lives and District is situated on the Cuttack-Sambalpur road (NH 55) and on . This need is increasing over the years with the rise in use of fertilizers, mechanisation and rise in prices. Some of the reasons why farmers need agricultural credit: 1. Purchase of new inputs. The farmers need finance for the purchase of new inputs which include seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, irrigation water etc.

determine factors that affect smallholder farmers‟ access to bank credit while descriptive statistics were used to analyze the obstacles and influence of access to bank credit on smallholder farmers‟ performance. The study revealed that the value of assets invested in farming activities and education. Small farms grow most of the corn and also produce potatoes, bananas, beans and peas. Growth of the national economy is therefore highly correlated to growth and development in agriculture. Credit and determinants for access to credit for farmers Credit provision is one of the principal components of rural development, which helps to. These requirements include maintenance of tractor/farm implements, allied activities like dairy, poultry, cost of feed, annual repairs, fuel, etc. Very often, these two lines of credit are needed simultaneously. Short term production needs of the farmers are met by . The Kisan Credit Card Scheme is in operation throughout the country and is implemented by Commercial Banks, Coop. Banks and RRBs. The scheme has facilitated in augmenting credit flow for agricultural activities. The scope of the KCC has been broad-based to include term credit and consumption needs. All farmers including Small farmers.