LIVESTOCK KEEPING

HERE YOU WILL GET KNOWLEDGE ON LIVESTOCK KEEPING COVERING AREAS SUCH AS
HOW PASTORALISM, SEDENTARY, AND COMMERCIAL LIVESTOCK KEEPING ARE PRACTISED
BENEFITS AND CONSTRAINTS OF LIVESTOCK KEEPING PRACTICES
COMPARE LIVESTOCK KEEPING BETWEEN AUSTRALIA AND TANZANIA
LIVESTOCK KEEPING AS PRACTISED IN DIFFERENT COMMUNITIES IN TANZANIA

Problems facing nomadic pastoralism

Nomadic pastoralism involves constant or seasonal movement or migration of nomads and their livestock (cattle, goats, sheep, donkeys, and camels) from one place to another in search of green pastures and water The following are problems facing nomadic pastoralism Extensive drought cause water shortages and lack of pastures leading to death of livestock wild animals …

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Characteristics of nomadic pastoralism

Nomadic pastoralism involves constant or seasonal movement or migration of nomads and their livestock (cattle, goats, sheep, donkeys, and camels) from one place to another in search of green pastures and water The following are characteristics of nomadic pastoralism Seasonal movement of nomads and their livestock cattle are kept as a sign of wealth a …

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Physical conditions which favour cocoa farming in Ghana

The following are physical condition which favour cocoa farming in Ghana High and well-distributed rainfall (1000 – 1500 mm) high temperature (21-30 centigrade) protection from strong winds that may blow away pods deep well-drained soil lo1w altitude above sea level (0-750 m) presence of a sunny period for drying good policies and strong support from the …

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Physical condition that favor dairy farming in Kenya

Physical condition that favor dairy farming in Kenya

The following are physical condition which favour dairy farming in Kenya gentle sloping or undulating landscape well-drained soils moderate temperature (10-30) cool condition moderate to high rainfall (500 – 2000 mm) presence of nutritious pasture reliable supply of water improved managerial skills presence of exotic breeds which tolerate diseases and grow fast presence of affordable veterinary services …

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