Communication systems and clientele participation in animal dispersal program
Rose, R.L. | Ringor, M.S. | Dollente, J.R.
Results revealed that the mean age of the animal dispersal beneficiaries was 43.54 years, had stayed in their place for 32.08 years and had six household members and were dependent on farming. Sources of information were the radio, TV and office of the government ministries. Interpersonal sources of information were their co-farmers who were either their friends or relatives. Half of the animal raisers attended seminars, conferences and the like to animal enterprise. The animal raisers' degree of participation in the program was "high" as evidenced by their involvement in decision-making processes and were practically the ones that comprised the labor force in the management of the animal enterprise. This could be attributed to the noble objective of the program to help farmers own livestock to help increase their income from the farm.Show more [+] Less [-]
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