Does any member of your household currently raise or own ..[ ]..?
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Record amount of current livestock and poultry as of the interview time, including
the number of piglets less than 2 months of age which have not been separated from their mother.
In fact, such large animals as buffalo, oxen, horse, deer, etc. are commonly raised jointly with
other households, then record the actual number the household has, for example; 1/2 the number
of buffaloes, or 1/4 the number of deer. Record only 1 decimal number since the computer does
not allow entering 2 decimal numbers. For example, the household owns 1/4 buffalo, that is 0,25
but record 0,3 (rounding). Less than 2 months old piglets are calculated as piglets. For chickens,
ducks and other poultry, if the household bought eggs to hatch into the chicks or ducklings,
calculate as buying chicks or ducklings, don’t record as newly born. If the eggs hatched were
from hens or ducks of the household, then calculate the value of the newly hatched chicks or
ducklings as newly born