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Economic development of the livestock industry in the subsistence agricultural environments of southern and eastern africa drought livestock numbers human population growth and animal diseases



Economic development of the livestock industry in the subsistence agricultural environments of southern and eastern africa drought livestock numbers human population growth and animal diseases



Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 62(4): 150-152




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