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  1. 1973-01-01 This publication serves as the basis for training courses in pastures and livestock production to be staged in the territories of Australia.
  2. 1994-01-01 Animal Breeding examines in detail the various techniques that can be used in breeding animals, such as selection, cross-breeding and inbreeding. Examples of the various techniques are given, including their advantages and disadvantages in tropical and sub-tropical environments, and how they can...
  3. 1985-01-01 Successful livestock rearing begins here--with the practical, basic essentials of husbandry. Livestock Rearing in the Toprics has been written in a plain understandable style for the producer--farmers and farm managers--for school, agriculture college or university. The information required for...
  4. 1972-01-01 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...
  5. This book unites campesinos, professors, investigators, administrators, and other persons interested in slash/mulch systems, to discuss the improvement of these systems and possible modifications that might be incorporated in the systems.
  6. Key Resource 1996-01-01 Animal health Vol. 1 is a valuable guide for anyone involved with maintaining and establishing the health of animals in tropical and sub-tropical countries. It explains the causes of animal diseases, how they are spread and the means available for their control.
  7. 1983-01-01 The information which is presented here covers a wide range of subjects in the rearing,feeding, breeding and caring of cattle, small stock and horses. The style which has been adopted makes the book relevant as a guide to livestock farmers, as a text for professionals, teachers and students.
  8. 1992-01-01 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...
  9. 1989-01-01 Information provided in this series covers selected foods from Africa, India, Latin America and Southeast Asia. Topics are organized on a commodity basis within the major food groups, including cereals and other startch sources, legumes and oil-seeds, fruits and vegetables.
  10. 1997-01-01 This book presents an extensive review of the research on on-traditional feedstuffs available in the tropics, such as oilseeds, fodder tree leaves, aquatic plants, sugar care, African oil-palm, roots and tubers and organic wastes. This information will serve as the basis for the development of...