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  1. 1993-01-19 Integrated Smallholder Dairy Farming Manual A smallholder dairy farming system must be integrated into the total agricultural, social, and ecological system. The result, integrated smallholder farming, will enhance the total system. Disintegration is the result of these systems not interfacing...
  2. 2015-01-20 Dairying as an enterprise has got a place alongside other viable tools of poverty alleviation, besides creating job opportunities to jobless families in Tanzania. Statistics from the ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development show that there are about 800,000 improved dairy cattle in...
  3. 2010-01-20 Swahili Only Ufugaji bora wa ng'ombe wa maziwa-2
  4. 2016-11-01 In Ethiopia, more attention is being given to crossbreeding to answer the questions of food security in the near future as the selection in local cattle is very slow to bring progress. In contrast, improving the genetic potential of local cattle is not given equivalent emphasis though it is...
  5. Abstract, Broadening Horizons, 2017 June With increasing per capita consumption of milk and other dairy products throughout developing countries, virtually every country in southern Asia is seeking to increase its domestic production of raw milk. This task seems easier in certain countries as...
  6. 2019-02-14 Session: There is a long history of dairy development in Rungwe District, Mbeya Region, Tanzania. Part of this presentation offers a case study of the introduction of dairy cows in one ward since the early 1980s. It suggests how ideas from science and technology studies (STS) about innovation can...
  7. Session:There is a long history of dairy development in Rungwe District, Mbeya Region, Tanzania. Part of this presentation offers a case study of the introduction of dairy cows in one ward since the early 1980s. It suggests how ideas from science and technology studies (STS) about innovation can...
  8. 2015-02-03
  9. 2009-05-20 Gives smallholder dairy farmers the business management skills they will need to remain sustainable. Most countries in South-East Asia have established smallholder dairy farming industries through social welfare and rural development programs to provide a regular cash flow for poorly resourced...
  10. 2016-11-01 This presentation analyzes factors affecting technology adoption in smallholder dairy production systems using a combination of frameworks and mixed methods: agricultural household models and agricultural innovation systems approach and a mix of quantitative and qualitative methods. Findings show...
  11. This study provides an overview of dairying in Sub-Saharan Africa and discusses the principal constraints to development as well as the experience gained from some earlier initiatives. It analyzes the opportunites and options for future dairy development. Appropriate strategies and policies are...
  12. 1989-01-01 This book includes articles on marketing, traditional practice concerns, production medicine, computer usage, nontraditional opportunities, and surviving as a solo practitioner.
  13. 1996-01-01 Agrodok Series no. 36 72 pages, illustrated
  14. This book has been written especially for smallholder dairy cattle farmers in East Africa. However, most husbandry practices promoted herein are applicable for any subtropical or tropical area where dairying is being promoted and developed. Although the emphasis is on cattle, many of the...
  15. Cattle play important role in animal protein production for two reasons; first, the unique ruminant digestive system utilizes forage for food and secondary, much of the world offers marginal grazing systems on land not suitable for crop production. These feedstuffs would not be utilized were it...
  16. This document has been prepared to help dairy cattle practitioners in their efforts to use antimicrobials judiciously to minimize the development of restance in human and animal pathogens while maintaining effectiveness to treat and prevent diseases of food animals.
  17. Whether you keep a single milk cow or care for a large herd, you’ll benefit from this comprehensive guide to calving. With expert advice gained from decades of hands-on experience, Heather Smith Thomas shows you how to effectively handle a variety of common situations likely to arrive before,...
  18. These proceedings focus on the finer points of nutrition and areas ofresearch. They discuss concepts and hypotheses that often deviate from previous ideas and suppositions.
  19. 2007-01-01 This paper is based on various studies on dairy development in India, personal experience of the writer during the implementation of "Operation Flood", discussion and interviews with milk producers and reports on animal husbandry and dairy development from the Department of the Ministry of...
  20. This book is an introduction to the tools and ideas available to organic or transitioning dairy farmers, and offers practical information on making the decision about organic certification, maintaining soil health, crop production and grazing management, selecting and maintaining the health of...
  21. This is a step-by-step guide to the promotion of fodder shrubs for smallholder dairy enterprises in East Africa. It is intended for both extension managers and field-based extensionists, in particular those who are startingto work with fodder shrubs for the first time. Ths book is divided into...
  22. 1989-01-01 101 pages, illustrated, photos
  23. 2013-02-20
  24. The four studies comprising this thesis characterised Moringa Oleifera as a fodder for dairy cows under dry tropical conditions in Nicaragua. In conclusion, to maintain high biomas yields of Moringa over time, the best planting density-ferfilizer combination was D, and N, MLM can successfully...
  25. 1991-01-01 It is the intention of the editors to provide the veterinary practitioner with a sound biologic base in dairy nutrition. With this base, it will be possible to use the nutrition management articles of this issue.
  26. TheFAO Ration Formulation Tool for dairy cowscalculates least-cost rations for dairy cows using locally available resources. It has been specifically designed for techinicians looking for a simple and easy to use formulation tool. Meeting the nutrient requirements of dairy animals using a...
  27. This publication discusses the many types of silos and how to make silage.
  28. Key Resource 1994-01-01 This book looks at milk processing, traditional methods and products, improving milk processing technologies, socio-economic considers and includes case studies.
  29. 1991-01-01 This publication reviewed the various milk production systems in the tropical areas (humid and dry) accoring to agro-climatic and technical, exonomical and sociological conditions including special situations like peri-urban production systems. It also reviewed new knowledge in ruminat digestion...
  30. Abstract, Researchgate, 1998 The effect of including a legume in sugarcane forage on milk yield was examined in 12 Holstein * zebu cows. Legumes were distributed in a switch-back design in the following treatments: sugarcane (A), sugarcane + urea (B) and sugarcane + Macroptilium atropurpureum cv....
  31. Key Resource 1993-01-01 Dairying covers in detail the rearing, husbandry and management, feeding and nutrition of calf, heifer and milk cows. Many examples of milk production systems and milk cow regimes are also described. The issues of the development of dairying and the constraints that affect farmers in tropical...
  32. What is the Gateway to dairy production and products? A neutral platform that provides a wide range ofmaterialaboutmilk production and products in developing countries. The Gatewayallowsusers to shareinformation,videoandpicturestories, and experiences.
  33. This booklet is aimed at farmers who have experience with goats and sheep or with cattle and who want to start or improve their cattle keeping. 2 Copies
  34. 2005-01-20 Although many small-scale farmers in eastern Africa have dairy cows of exotic breeds or crosses, they do not feed them in a way that will achieve high milk yields. This practical handbook contains information on nutritional needs at various stages of the cow's life and suitable feeding...
  35. This edition is intended as a guide for diet formulation and the nutritional management of dairy cattle during various phases of the life cycle. It should be a useful tool for producers, extension personnel, teachers, studnets, and research scientists alike.
  36. Access Agriculture Training Video A soft fresh cheese can be made and ready for consumption in less than 1 hour and, and is easily made with some basic kitchen equipment, as we will learn from rural women from the village of Sakkara in Egypt. Available languages Arabic Bambara Bangla Chichewa /...
  37. Access Agriculture Training Video Modern dairy plants use pure, fresh milk to make milk powder, cheese, yoghurt and other products. The processing plant can only make its products from pure milk. When water is added, the milk is diluted, or weakened, and it is not good for processing into dairy...
  38. AccessAgriculture Training Video Antibiotics are drugs used for killing germs. The drugs can be given by mouth or injected into the animal’s muscle or vein. These drugs go directly into the bloodstream. The blood carries the drug to the udder where it will get into the milk. Available languages...
  39. Access Agriculture Training Video Milk spoils because of germs that are too small to see. The germs grow in the milk and spoil it. Germs multiply faster in warm milk than in cold milk. So move the milk to the collection centre within 30 minutes of milking, or the milk will start to spoil. ...
  40. Access Agriculture Training Video Modern dairy plants buy fresh milk from local farmers and herders to make into many different products. The company pays a fair price, but requires strict hygiene: they only buy milk that is clean and fresh. Available languages Arabic Bangla Bemba Chitonga /...
  41. Access Agriculture Training Video Dairy farming is a source of food and income for many households, but to make money, it is important to produce good milk and lots of it. However, milk can easily be spoilt or dirtied and then buyers will refuse it. This video shows how good hygiene and proper...
  42. Access Agriculture Training Video The key ingredient to making cheese is rennet. This triggers the fats in the milk to bind together as curds, and the rest of the liquid runs off as whey. Whilst you can buy ready-made commercial rennet in liquid or powder form, in Egypt, rural women prefer to use...

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