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Welfare economics and African pastoralism. A southern African literature review of socio-economic features arising from traditional cattle ownership and production



Welfare economics and African pastoralism. A southern African literature review of socio-economic features arising from traditional cattle ownership and production



Monograph, Institute of Natural Resources, University of Natal (3): (i) + 28



Traditional cattle ownership and production patterns in the South African Homelands (SAH) are characterized by exceedingly low levels of technical efficiency and market turnover. These features have been condemned by agricultural administrators as resulting from conservative, traditional and economically irrational behaviour.

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