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Animal draught technology and networking in Eastern and Southern Africa



Animal draught technology and networking in Eastern and Southern Africa



Human and draught animal power in crop production Proceedings of a workshop held in Harare, Zimbabwe, 18-22 January 1993: 69



Recent work in developing animal traction in the region has concentrated on performance testing of implements, design and development of implements and carts, establishment of ox-training centres, establishment of a local manufacturing industry for animal-drawn implements and promotion of village blacksmiths.

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