Category: pastoralism

Pastoralism is the Future of Mother Earth


Are you agreeing that the pastoralism is the future if we really wish to have healthy and sustainable food without harming our mother earth? I’m really convinced, we have no other option. All the other options are just fake and have no destination. The… Continue Reading “Pastoralism is the Future of Mother Earth”

Pawanda/Kuchis Need Policy Level Support.


Pawanda are the custodian of the world’s very precious livestock breeds, mainly comprised of sheep, goat, camel, donkey and chickens. They travel along with their livestock back and forth the Suleiman Piedmont &Indus delta (Pakistan) in winter and central highlands of Afghanistan in summer.… Continue Reading “Pawanda/Kuchis Need Policy Level Support.”

Small Scaled Family Farming


In my view, farming is only profitable and sustainable in true form when it is practice as people’s agriculture, not the machine’s agriculture. With the people’s agriculture, the orchard/garden is considered as part of the home and the animal cares as a family member. … Continue Reading “Small Scaled Family Farming”

The Poisonous Fields


Do we really eat safe food? The reply cannot be a clear yes. The factory farming is producing toxic foods as the scientific findings revealed.  Sometimes I think ‘a day will come when the living people will say “those who killed in wars and… Continue Reading “The Poisonous Fields”

Sustainable breeding strategies for Red Maasai sheep in Kenya — ILRI BioSciences


Although environmentally-adapted strains of livestock, are essential to smallholder farmers, there has been a decline in the populations of such breeds, such the ‘hardy’ Red Massai sheep. A recent poster by scientists at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) emphasizes that through the implementation… Continue Reading “Sustainable breeding strategies for Red Maasai sheep in Kenya — ILRI BioSciences”

Small Scaled Livestock Farming! Glimpses from Indian Gujrat


Small  Scaled Livestock Farming and pastoralism are synonymous in many parts of the world. This beautiful system produces unique quality of food items in a very ecofriendly way. The system is sustainable, having no negative effects on the mother earth’s health. This system is… Continue Reading “Small Scaled Livestock Farming! Glimpses from Indian Gujrat”

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