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Camels’ Manure~From Waste to a Worthwhile Farming Agent

Camel manure is a guarantee of re-greening the desert. I assure you, camel manure can bring a change. It is a unique farm agent, enriching the soil, keeping the moisture, and nourishing the vegetation. I’m doing my best up to my capacity to highlight the importance of this precious but neglected resource. I’m dreaming of a project converting camel manure into a worthwhile asset to help in nature conservation and organic farming.

Livestock Sector Development in China

China, being the largest country with human population has developed its livestock sector efficiency manifolds in last 2 decades. China transformed its production system from a rural based subsistence system to a high in-put and intensive system. ┬áThe challenge of malnutrition and hunger was beaten by three prong approaches, i.e. A. Policy Development B. Investment …

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Resilience of Native livestock to climate change in the context of Mongolia

A friend through DAD-Net email list commented on the pastoral livestock of Mongolia in the context of climate change. “Scientists of many countries agree that more than 60% of natural disasters occurred worldwide are associated with global climatic change. The air temperature around the surface of earth increased by 1.50C in the last 50 years …

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Livestock for Futures and Global Agenda of Action (GAA)

Livestock for Futures and Global Agenda of Action (GAA) There is ever increasing demand for meat, milk and other livestock products because of crawling urbanization, developing economies, population pressure and awareness about livestock based food stuffs (contrary to developed countries, where the people are minimizing usage of animal products, especially meat). Up to 2050, there …

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