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An attempt was made to study the adoption status of concentrate feeding and to identify factors affecting its adoption in India through primary data collection from 360 dairy farmers. The study revealed that majority of the respondents had not adopted this practice, followed by full and partial adoption in the study area. Further, the study also pointed out that about 21 per cent farmers adopted concentrate feeding since 3-6 years, while about 19 per cent farmers had adopted the practice fromdoi:10.18805/ijar.11179 fatcat:gvh72upnqbh7hld4ymnjpbaxci