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Fodder production and its utilization by small ruminants in arid regions (FOPAR)
by Institutes for Applied Research, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beer-Sheva, Israel
Written in English
|Statement||Cooperative Arid Lands Agriculture Research Program, United States-Egypt-Israel ; A. Dovrat, compiler.|
|Contributions||Dovrat, A., Cooperative Arid Lands Agriculture Research Program, United States-Egypt-Israel.|
|LC Classifications||SB193 .F625 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 30 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||86175690|
The data/estimates of fodder production in the country vary widely. Fodder production and its utilization depend on the cropping pattern, climate, socioeconomic conditions and type of livestock. The cattle and buffaloes are normally fed on the fodder available from cultivated areas, supplemented to a small extent by harvested grasses and top feeds. IMPORTANCE OF SHEEP PRODUCTION IN NATIONAL ECONOMY. Sheep is a important livestock species of India. They contribute greatly to the agrarian economy, especially in the arid/semi-arid and mountainous areas where crop and /or dairy farming are not economical.
The purpose of the survey was to document the current status of fodder production, conservation and marketing in the arid and semi-arid land (ASAL) Divisions of Tharaka Nithi County, Kenya. The survey covered specifically Nkondi, Igambang’ombe and Tharaka Central divisions. A sample of 74 livestock farmers selected through stratified random sampling was engaged in the study. Goats (Capra hircus) are widely distributed in Africa and Asia, and are important to the subsistence and economic livelihoods of many people in these areas. The goat feeding system among rural small holder farmers in Buyende district (Uganda) was characterised by determining the goat rearing practices, feed resources fed on by goats and availability of browse species mentioned by small holder.
In this study, we explored two contrasting regions in Benin to investigate how agroecological and socioeconomic contexts shape the diversity and utilization of edible plants in these regions. Methods Data were collected through focus group discussions in 12 villages with four in Bassila (semi-arid Sudano-Guinean region) and eight in Boukoumbé. The book is an informative compilation of cold arid agro animal technologies and focuses mainly on research and development perspectives pertaining to high altitude regions. Though the main focus is on agro animal technologies, plentiful information exists in the book for all those engaged in research on high altitude cold arid and circumpolar.
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Fodder production and its utilization by small ruminants in arid regions (FOPAR): progress report, Feb.-Apr. / Cooperative Arid Lands Agriculture Research Program, United States-Egypt-Israel ; A. Dovrat, compiler Institutes for Applied Research, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Beer-Sheva, Israel.
Wikipedia Citation. Nutritive value L. leucocephala foliage is noted for its very high nutritive value for ruminant production. Typical values for the edible fraction are % digestibility, % N, 6% ether extract, % ash, % N-free extract, % Ca and % P.
Na levels are generally below requirements for ruminants at %. Book PDF Available. A review of pasture and fodder production and productivity for small ruminants in the Sahel.
June ; production and pr oductivity for small ruminants in the Sahel. ICRAF. Small ruminants, viz. sheep and goat, are numerically important domesticated animals in arid and semi-arid regions of Asia. They are primarily raised in a traditional manner and there is little organized effort for their improvement.
In: A. Dovrat (Comp.) Fodder Production and its Utilization by Small Ruminants in Arid Regions, pp. 59– Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva.
Google ScholarCited by: Forage crops and cropping systems of arid and semi-arid regions. In Livestock Feeding Strategies for Dry Regions (Eds. P.S. Pathak and S.S. Kundu), pp International Book Distributing Co. Fodder Conservation Seminar, Olde Tudor Motor Inn, Prospect, May 9 / Tasmanian Rural Promotions Com Fodder production and its utilization by small ruminants in arid regions (FOPAR): progress report, Feb.
Fodder production and its utilization by small ruminants in arid regions (FOPAR): progress report, May. is a platform for academics to share research papers. Feeding halophytes to ruminant livestock requires special precautions since the plants can impact on animal physiology and behavior.
This paper reviews the literature on utilization of halophytes and covers the main constraints to feeding halophytic plants. Factors which affect the nutritive value include palatability and intake.
Edaphoclimatic condition of the semiarid region is unfavorable for the forage production of livestock. Silage is considered a better alternative to conserve forage crops.
Ensiling is a technique for preserving forage, in which the ensiled mass is acidified under anaerobic conditions. The lactic acid bacteria present in the environment produce lactic acid, thereby making the environment acidic.
1 From Unesco (). 2 From Jahnke () for Africa. A feature of research and development work in the tropics, with the exception of the arid zone, is that cattle rather than sheep and goats have been used, so that in the absence of good data on small ruminants.
Fodder production and conservation. Crop livestock production system. 33 Health. ecological zones in Natural Ecological Regions IV and V and in Tse -tse infested l It is easier to increase the population of small ruminants (goats and sheep) than large stock.
It appeared that L. leucocephala is a protein and energy-rich fodder crop that could play an important role in providing a balanced diet to small ruminants in salt-affected regions.
Such figures and trends were compatible with those reported by Youssef et al. () and Abdou et al. Water scarcity is a common phenomenon in arid and semi-arid regions, which could have tremendous effects on livestock production.
This study aimed to determine the level of water restriction that lambs fed on a pelleted diet can tolerate without compromising their production performance. A total of 24 male Najdi lambs were housed individually and randomly allocated into three equal groups.
Strategies for sustaining small ruminant production in arid and semi-arid regions A. Sahoo, Davendra Kumar, S.M.K. Naqvi 4. Feeds and feeding of small ruminants during climate-challenge scarcity O.H.
Chaturvedi, A. Sahoo 5. Extreme climatic variables affecting male reproduction in sheep Davendra Kumar, Kalyan De 6. Ben Salem H, Smith T. Feeding strategies to increase small ruminant production in dry environments. Small Rumin Res. ; – doi: /umres Bradbury JH, Hammer BC, Sugani I.
Heat stability of Trypsin inhibitors in tropical root crops and rice and its significance for nutrition. Agrobiodiversity is said to contribute to the sustainability of agricultural systems and food security.
However, how this is achieved especially in smallholder farming systems in arid and semi-arid areas is rarely documented. In this study, we explored two contrasting regions in Benin to investigate how agroecological and socioeconomic contexts shape the diversity and utilization of edible.
About the Book About Author Content Two third of world’s population live in Asia below poverty line and more than 65% of them are poor livestock keepers earning their livelihood from small ruminant sector.
Significantly quantifiable organised research has been carried out in our country in small ruminant sector by various non-governmental organisations and government research institutes. Use of fodder resources by ruminants in warm climate countries C Devendra International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), PO BoxNairobi, Kenya Contact address: 8 Jalan 9/5, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Summary - Fodder resources provide the principal sources of feeds throughout the humid and sub-humid, arid and semi-arid and Mediterranean regions.
Supplementary feeding of sheep for growth, production and reproduction 45 Area-specific mineral mixture for sheep and goats 47 Establishment of pasture for higher fodder production 49 Broiler rabbit rearing for meat and fur skin 54 Angora rabbit rearing for wool production 56 Utilization of rabbit fur for making fashionable items.
Small ruminant production—the present situation and possible nutritional interventions for improvement L. Reynolds Humid Zone Programme, ILCA, P M BIbadan, Nigeria Summary IN TROPICAL AFRICA, sheep and goats are raised mainly by small farmers under a low-cost system.
Small ruminant production 1. SMALL RUMINANTS & MANAGEMENT (AS ) BY PROF E.E. NDEMANISHO DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SCIENCE & PRODUCTION SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE P.O. BOXMOROGORO TEL:FAX: MOB: OR EMAIL: [email protected] or [email protected] Small ruminants.
by-DR RAJESH KUMAR SINGH,JAMSHEDPUR,JHARKHAND, INDIA, ,[email protected] Introduction India possesses the highest livestock population in the world, which is growing at the rate of 4.