The growth rate of osmanabadi goats is around 4-5kg/month.However it merely depends on goat farming practices,fodder that you supply, etc.
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I wont discuss the costs openly for any breed(osmanabadi probabaly),the reason is change(hike) in goat prices every 3-4 months.If i post cost of particular breed here,after 3-4 months the cost will not be same,as the meat prices increases cost of goats too increases,but the readers inquires me regarding same cost,even after 2-3 years.So any breeder or seller or expert wont post the rates on net as the post sticks there.Inspite of date above the posts,many of the readers wont read the date and inquires me about the same rates.After that i have to explain in detail to them,so to avoid any confusion or misunderstand,i never posts the goat rates in public forums or blogs.After 1 year,even some persons who wants to start the goat farm and wont have the knowledge regarding goat farming,ask the goat sellers or breeders to provide them goats at the cost which i have posted there(on net),but its not possible for the breeders to sell them goats at previous years rate,as the expenses on them(goats) also increases day by day.Due to lack of knowledge lots of people are there(layman) who simply read the rates on net,and wanted them goats at that rate only even after 2-3 years from the date of my post or any others.
I have got lots of similar experiences regarding this,so i wont post the rate,and this the only reason.Every goat breeder and goat seller must follow it, so that there will be no trouble for other goat farmers to explain their customers regarding current price rates.
There are other lots of occasion,where the goat prices gets changes (rises) to double for e.g EID.
Osmanabadi goats wont require any specific fodder as other goats requires,that’s the one specialty about them.They eats any farm farm fodder like maize,bajra,jowar plants(that remains after corns are removed),subabul,soya,co4,co3,sorghum,lucerne,punjab grass,pulp of dry pulses,remains of harvesting of any pulse crop,pulp of any dicotyledon or monocotyledon crops that remains after harvesting as waste part(dry matter),barely D.O.C of groundnut,sunflower,cotton seed etc,Green leafy vegetables and many more.
The ratio of fodder is posted on my website-http://www.osmanabadigoat.com/Updatesmore.aspx