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Animal-fodder interactions



Animal-fodder interactions



Crop livestock interaction in sub Saharan Africa [McIntire, J; Bourzat, D; Pingali, P]: 103-133



Inadequate nutrition seriously impedes livestock production in sub-Saharan Africa. There have been many efforts to improve livestock nutrition in the context of mixed farming. Yet progress in extending forage crops to livestock producers has been slow, ley farming is almost non-existent, few farmers use concentrate feeds for ruminant production, and most crop residue is managed in the traditional manner.

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