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  1. When the first edition of this book was published, the author, Walter T Kelley traveled in the US and many other countries gathering information and making photos for basic information which would help those who were interested in keeping a few colonies of bees or those whose operation had grown...
  2. 2006-01-01 This booklet explore beekeeping and forest management in Zambia. Included is information on marketing honey. 65 pages, illustrations
  3. This 8-page leaflet, practical for use in the field and easy to read, helps pastoralists understand markets for animals and milk. It gives background information on types of products, market chains, adding value and different types of markets. Marketing processes are clearly outlined, along with...
  4. 2000-01-01 Rural people in developing countries usually produce their own food. In addition to food, households also need money, to pay for clothes or school fees for the children, for example. Many households have set up other activities on the side, in addition to basic food production, to earn money....
  5. 1989-01-01 Production, Processing and Marketing Tomato is one of the most widely cultivated crops in the world. It is an important source of vitamins and an important cash crop for smallholders and medium-scale commercial farmers. This Agrodok focuses on good practices for growing a healthy tomato crop and...
  6. 2007-03-20 Collective action for biodiversity and livelihoods Keeping people on the land The Lagos State Fish Farmers' Association Development dilemmas and farmers' organisations Organic Farming FFS networks in East Africa The Malabing Valley Multipurpose Co-operative Farmer organisation and market access...
  7. 2008-09-20 Addressing the conditions for getting out of poverty Farmer field schools in traditional societies - from technical to social issues Addressing the conditions for getting out of poverty Social inclusion as a precondition of development in Nepal Targeting women pays when promoting food security...
  8. 2009-06-20 Supportive policies secure a future for family farming Adding value to local livelihoods Creating conditions for growth Plenty of fruit, but also plenty of hurdles Supportive policies secure a future for family farming For these women, money does grow on (neem) trees It works to work together...
  9. 2011-03-20 Reclaiming agriculture for Pacific youth We know what to do "Anchored" education promises better results Meeting a region's broad development needs Youth's perceptions are the starting point The many possibilities of ICTs in African agriculture How do we make markets work for the poor? Teaching...
  10. This guide provides information and advice to those concerned with the production and sale of eggs in developing countries with an emphasis on marketing, i.e. producing in order to meet market demand. Market-led egg production enables long-term business survival, higher profits and a better...