Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Khagaria was established on 11th February, 2012 and is situated in the Parmanandpur village in Khagaria block under Khagaria sub-division. It is located at a distance of 3 km from the Khagaria railway station and 1.5 km from the district collectorate. Khagaria district is situated in the east central part of Bihar at a latitude 86º 28' 27" E and longitude 25º 30' 30" N in the agro-climatic Zone-II, has an area of 1486 sq km (147799 ha). It has extended length of 23 km from north to south while width from the east to west is 48 km. The district is surrounded by Saharsa district in the north, Munger and Begusarai in the south, Bhagalpur and Madhepura in the east and Begusarai and Samastipur in the west.
The district has 7 blocks and 2 subdivisions and has population of 17 lakhs (2011 census) of which farmers population is approx 1.23 lakh while agricultural labourer population is 2.57 lakh. As far as the land use pattern is concerned, wheat is the prominent rabi crop in the district. Due to floods and water logging, the paddy production is very low, except in the southern part of the district. Maize is grown abundantly almost throughout the district, while banana cultivation as a cash crop has grown into prominence in last two decades. Apart from these mango and litchi orchards are abundant in this district and are found almost throughout the entire area. Apart from these rearing of milch cattle had been a traditional occupation in this area.
Er Manoj Kumar Roy
Sri Ranjeet Pratap Pandit
Dr. Anita Kumari
Sri Jitendra Kumar
Dr. Satendra Kumar
Sri Priya Ranjan
Sri Pawan Kumar
Sri Sajjan Kumar Jha
Smt. Soni Kumari Singh
Sri Rakesh Mandal
Sri Dayanand Singh of village Parbatta of Parbatta block, Khagaria has 1 acre of land. Three years back he started poultry farming with 500 chicks and got income of Rs 50000.00 approx. Later on he came in contact with KVK, Khagaria and got properly trained on the aspect. Under the guidance of KVK he has built a brick walled poultry house with thatched roof for rearing 2000 chicks of hybrid race Vencobb under the guidance of KVK scientist. He is now producing 28500 kg of chicken meat from 10 batches of farming annually and earning Rs 2.4 lakh to 3.0 lakh from the activity. He has also provided full time employment to two persons at his poultry farm. He is using the poultry litter as manure in his vegetable garden and earning Rs 60000.00 to 70000.00 by selling the vegetable produced. By learning from Mr Dayanand Singh the adjoining farmers have adopted the practice and reaping good benefits. In this way Mr Dayanand Singh is acting as an example for the farmers to emulate by getting good benefits from poultry farming and using the organic byproduct of the farming for vegetable production.
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