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The use of cultivated pastures for intensive animal production in developing countries



The use of cultivated pastures for intensive animal production in developing countries



Occasional Publication, British Society of Animal Production: 105-143



The factors which determine the natural vegetation of a site and the distribution of the major plant communities in developing countries are briefly discussed. Possible lines of pasture intensification in the tropical rain forest and tropical woodland/savanna ecozones are reviewed.

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