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Economics of Production of Dog Biscuits incorporated with Chicken Liver Powder and Dicalcium Phosphate

Khuspreet Singh Virk,Om Prakash Malav,Nitin Mehta,Manish Kumar Chatli.

The cost of production of developed dog biscuits was calculated on the basis of cost of raw materials, depreciation in the equipment cost, overhead charges including wages. The total formulation cost was found to be Rs 3627/- and the formulation cost of 50 Kg 30 % chicken liver powder incorporated product was calculated as Rs 6478/-. The total overhead cost for the production of 50 Kg dog biscuits was calculated as Rs 2946/-. Total production cost including the formulation cost and overhead charges of control dog biscuits was found to be Rs 6573.00 and for chicken liver powder incorporated dog biscuits it was Rs 9424.00. The cost of 1 Kg control dog biscuits was calculated as Rs 146.00 and for 1 Kg chicken liver powder incorporated dog biscuits was Rs 209.42 (Rs 210).

Key words: Cost, dog, formulation, liver powder and biscuits.

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