1. 2019-10-02 Part 2. This workshop will shed light on ECHO's newest publication "Animal Integration & Feeding Strategies for the Tropical Smallholder Farm."Mr. Keith Mikkelson is the author of this book borne out of a compilation of 5 ECHO Asia Notes articles discussing his on-farm feed solutions for his...
  2. 2019-10-02 This workshop will shed light on ECHO's newest publication "Animal Integration & Feeding Strategies for the Tropical Smallholder Farm."Mr. Keith Mikkelson is the author of this book borne out of a compilation of 5 ECHO Asia Notes articles discussing his on-farm feed solutions for his farm in...
  3. This Agrodok booklet describes two hatching systems and the possibility to hatch without a thermostat. 2 Copies
  4. This handbook presents a wealth of information on the theory and practice of animal husbandry in clear and precise terms. It attempts to show a broad panoramic picture of the many problems facing the animal husbandry workers and is intended to meet the practical requirements of students,...
  5. This publication focuses on the most nutritionally important minerals for grazing ruminants in the tropics.
  6. 1983-01-01 This report began as a brief examination of the domesticated banteng, a little studied bovine that is an important livestock resource in eastern Indonesia. But the study expanded to include other possibly useful but obscure bovines of Asia: the madura, gaur, mithan, kouprey, anoa, tamaraw, yak,...
  7. 1984-01-01 The purpose of this guide is to assist groups or individuals who have little or very limited experience with animals, but who wish to undertake a livestock project. It is intended for the person who is working with the small-holder, the landless or nearly landless rural family, or with women's or...
  8. This paper first introduces the major characteristics of mountain areas and their operational implications. These characteristics called mountain specificities here, include inaccessibility, fragility, marginality, diversity, niche, and people's adaptation mechanisms in these habitats. The...
  9. The overall purpose of this book is to draw attention to some of the factors that reduce the effriciency of livestock production in a region of the world in which it is most vital--the so-called "warm climates" lying between latitudes 30 degrees North and 30 degrees South. High air temperatures...
  10. This book starts with a truly tropical approach: by considering the nature, diversity and resources of tropical regions. Climate and its biological implications are analysed in detail, especially with regard to heat and water. The approach continues its environmental emphasis with its treatment...