LIVESTOCK SECTOR DYNAMICS AND DEVELOPMENT DIMENSIONS: A CASE STUDY OF BALOCHISTAN PROVINCE
So as to determine the livestock sector dynamics and development dimensions as a case study of Balochistan province this study was carried out. A descriptive sample survey was used. Quantitative research used. Two districts such as Jaffarabad and Sibi were selected randomly. Two hundred eighty (280) respondents were taken as a sample size. 155 respondents from Jaffarabad and 125 respondents from Sibi districts were selected. Cronbach’s program ranged between .89 to .76. Independent Samples t-test Independent was used. p-value set on (p<0.01). Results revealed that most (56%) of both districts respondents fell into 41 to 50 years’ age categories. While, most (33%) of respondents fell into age categories of 20 to 40. Most (52%) of respondents were uneducated. Most (32%) of respondents were 30 years’ livestock experiences respectively. Most (45%) of respondents hold buffaloes as livestock animals. Vast majority (73%) of both district respondents were male. Statistically significant were found, 5 out 7 statements regarding livestock dynamics and dimensions. Following recommendations were suggested. Establish the livestock byproduct and processing industry in Balochistan. Developed the animal production system so as to strengthen animal productivity. Training and incentives should be arranged for the livestock farmers about marketing and animal production systems so that they empower the livestock farmers purchasing power and professional skill.