2 edition of Smallholder dairy in mixed farming systems of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas found in the catalog.
Smallholder dairy in mixed farming systems of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas
by International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development in Kathmandu
Written in English
Contributed articles with reference to case studies done in Bhutan, India and Nepal jointly by International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development and International Livestock Research Institute.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[1st part of book by] Pradeep Man Tulachan, Mohammad A. Jabbar, M.A. Mohamed Saleem.|
|Contributions||Tulachan, Pradeep Man., Mohamed-Saleem, M. A., Jabbar, M. A. 1947-, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development., International Livestock Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||HT395.H55 S63 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||2002288910|
Lifetime productivity of dairy cows in smallholder farming systems of the Central highlands of Kenya - Volume 3 Issue 7 - M. C. Rufino, M. Herrero, M. T. Van Wijk, L. Hemerik, N. De Ridder, K. E. GillerCited by: Market Oriented Smallholder Dairy Farming As An Option For Improving The Livelihoods Of Small And Marginal Farmers In The Hindu Kush call the hotel directly at Be sure to specify you are attending the International Farming Systems Association Symposium. All hotel reservations must be made by Tuesday, October 1, After.
Smallholder dairy farmers in Kenya produce about 60% of the national milk production. To meet increasing demands, they are facing several challenges constraining intensification of their production. This project aims to identify current breeding practices. in dairy farm practices was significantly higher (Psmallholder dairy farm productivity, a strong extension program needs to be implemented to enhance the skills and knowledge of women. Key words: Women, dairy farm practices, smallholder.
been evident for many years in the smallholder farming systems that dominate Kenya’s marketed milk production (Walshe et al.,). To better understand this process of intensification, a survey was carried out to characterise the production systems and the market linkages in the central highlands that supply the Nairobi milk market. Phanchung P Dorji T Sonam K Pelden Smallholder dairy farming in Bhutan: Characteristics, constraints, and development opportunities. In: PM Tulachan MA Jabbar MAM Saleem editors. Smallholder Dairy in Mixed Farming Systems of the by:
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Abstract: A rapid appraisal study was carried out to gather information about the way in which changes in structure and management systems have affected smallholder dairy production systems in the Hindu Cited by: 2.
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Integrated with agroforestry-grassland systems, smallholder dairy farming can both provide a source of income and support environmental rehabilitation by using land to grow fodder trees and grass. This publication presents the results of a rapid appraisal study of smallholder dairy farming in the HKH carried out by ICIMOD and the International Livestock Research Institute.
A rapid appraisal study carried out by ICIMOD and ILRI in collaboration with National Partner Institutions (NPIs) in four regions in the Hindu Kush Himalaya has demonstrated the fact that promotion of market oriented smallholder dairy farming in the hills/mountains can contribute positively to improving the livelihoods of small and marginal farmers, while conserving the.
A rapid appraisal study carried out by ICIMOD and ILRI in collaboration with National Partner Institutions (NPIs) in four regions in the Hindu Kush Himalaya has.
Smallholder dairy farming in Asia The importance of livestock to resource-poor farmers Globally, agriculture provides a livelihood for more people than any other industry. Growth in agricultural production and productivity is needed to raise rural incomes and to meet the food and raw material needs of the faster growing urban populations.
Tulachan, Pradeep M., Mohammad A. Jabbar, and M.A. Mohamed Saleem, eds. Smallholder Dairy in Mixed Farming Systems of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas reviewed by Jagannath Adhikari Page McHugh, Ernestine.
Love and Honor in the Himalayas: Coming to Know Another Country reviewed by Kathleen Riley and Mark Liechty Page Lifetime productivity of dairy cows in smallholder farming systems of the Central highlands of Kenya M.
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Dairy heifer rearing under increasing intensification of smallholder dairy systems in the Kenya highlands B O Bebe Tulachan P M Livestock production and management strategies in the mixed farming areas of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas, Asia, pp In: Tulachan P M, Mohamed-Saleem, M A, Maki-Hokkonen J, Partap T (Editors).
Contribution. Abstracts: This review paper analyses the changes taking place in livestock production management in mixed crop-livestock farming systems in the mid-mountain areas of the Hindu study focusses on high-pressure areas of the middle hills of Nepal and the Western Indian Himalayas.
It examines the increasing trend of smallholder dairy farming. While the development of smallholder dairy farming in Nepal's hills was achieved by replacing low-yielding cattle with high-yielding buffaloes (murras, or murrah cross-breeds); development in the Indian Himalayas, and particularly the Western Indian Himalayas, came about through the replacement of local cattle with improved cattle (Jersey or Jersey cross-breeds).
It focus on the area of the Hindu-Kush Himalayas that are under pressure. The paper describes the changes taking place in livestock population and composition in the hills and mountains of Nepal and in the Central and Western Indian Himalayas.
It examines the increasing trend of smallholder dairy farming in mountain areas and discusses up various issues related to it. Dairy Farming in Smallholder Farmers, Nepal handbook encompasses several interrelated disciplines associated with dairy farming. It covers scientific and technical inputs on existing dairy husbandry in Nepal among the small and semi-commercial dairy : Rupendra Chaulagain.
How smallholder dairy systems in Kenya contribute to food security and poverty alleviation: results of recent collaborative studies. Paper presented at the 28th Tanzania Society of Animal Production Conference, Morogoro, 7–9 August pp.
17 Case studies of profitable tropical dairy farming systems Assessing the skills of smallholder dairy farmers to integrate the principles of good farm business management, as discussed in this book, is best undertaken by closely examining the end results of any improvements in their management practices, in terms of their annual profit margins.
Smallholder Dairy-farming in Kenya 1. Smallholder dairy-farming in Kenya linking sustainable (feed) intensification and climate change mitigation in the dairy sector to national targets Patric Brandt1,2, Martin Herold1, Mariana C. Rufino2,3 1Laboratory of Geo-Information Science and Remote Sensing, Wageningen University & Research 2Center for.
Thus a transition of smallholder dairy from “crop –dairy mixed farming” to “moderately intensive dairy farming” was noticed. Thus in the context of private participation and increasing demand, withdrawal of youth and transitional phase of shifting from crop-dairy mixed system to moderate intensive systems of production were noticed.
Duringa farm survey and on-farm performance monitoring were carried out on mixed farming systems in the Arsi highland of Ethiopia to characterize household resources, to determine the levels of adoption of dairy production technologies, to identify factors influencing the adoption of dairy production technologies, and to estimate milk production levels of Cited by: The smallholder dairy farmers in Kenya dominates the industry at the production level and they account for % of the milk produced .
In general, farmers owns two to five herds of dairy cattle which are reared on 3 to 5 acres ( to ha) of land [4,5].File Size: KB. Farmers in the HKH region are facing a challenge: how to find ways of increasing the total value (and volume) of products to meet the needs and expectations of the present and expected future population, whilst avoiding environmental degradation and ensuring that resources are maintained for future generations.
Options, potential solutions, and constraints for sedentary agriculture .Most countries in South-East Asia have established smallholder dairy farming industries through social welfare and rural development programs to provide a regular cash flow for poorly resourced farmers.1/5(1).
The paper describes the rationale and importance of the approaches and methodologies of Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) to enable constraint analysis, to understand the complexities of farming systems and to improve integrated dairy productivity.
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