2 edition of cattle industry in northern Nigeria, 1900-1939 found in the catalog.
cattle industry in northern Nigeria, 1900-1939
Florence Adebisi Bankole Okediji
|Statement||Florence Adebisi Bankole Okediji.|
|Contributions||Indiana University, Bloomington. African Studies Program.|
|LC Classifications||HD9433.N63 N546 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||97138030|
Innovations in farming systems are required to improve feed supply, particularly during the dry season when poor FOOD POLICY June Dairy consumption in northern Nigeria '"'S.B. Westley, ed, Livestock Production in the Subhumid Zone of West Africa: A Regional Review, ILCA Systems Study 2, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, ^R.R. von Kaufmann Cited by: Livestock production in North Africa and the Middle East: problems and perspectives (English) Abstract. The goal of this paper is to provide a basis for discussions on the major constraints to livestock production in the EMENA region, and possible solutions to by: 7.
The Sambisa Forest is one of the several forests that constitute the ungoverned space in Nigerian geography. Yet it remained a subject of no interest to both the leadership and the citizenry until. Estimates from the federal livestock department in showed that there are 11 million cattle, 22 million goats, 8 million sheep, pigs, and million poultry (both local and exotic) in the country. In Nigeria, sheep play a significant socio-economic role in the life of the people: they are slaughtered during ceremonies and festivals.
Neem, also known as Nimtree or Ineem, and scientifically as Azadirachta indica, is a tree belonging to the mahogany family typically grown in tropical and semi-tropical regions of the world. Noted for its drought resistance, it thrives best on well drained deep and sandy soils under annual rainfall of mm–1, mm and annual mean temperatures . It was designed to stop the age-long herders-farmers’ crisis and to massively develop the livestock industry. The permanent secretary said “nomadic livestock production in Nigeria is facing major challenges and it is at crossroads due to declining availability of pasture, overgrazing, and expanding fatal conflicts between pastoralists and.
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by Werhahn, Hans, et al. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : et al. Werhahn, Hans. LECTURE 1 & 2: Overview of the Nigerian dairy industry and milk Summary Livestock production contributes about % of the agricultural GDP (gross domestic product) in Nigeria.
Pastoral communities produce the bulk of milk consumed in the rural and urban areas of Size: KB. The total value of livestock, based on mid market prices, is crudely estimated to be in the region of 60 billion Naira; undoubtedly a major national asset, and a renewable resource worthy of sustained future development.
Significance of cattle Cattle are the single most important livestock species in Nigeria, in terms of. LIVESTOCK SECTOR BRIEF | NIGERIA FAO AGAL 6 3. LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION Trends in annual production of meat, milk and eggs 1, metric tonnes Year Annual growth rate Product (%) Meat, total 1, Beef File Size: KB.
Poultry outnumbers all other forms of livestock in Nigeria, and, not surprisingly, is found throughout the country, wherever there is human settlement.
Although pigeons, ducks, guinea fowl and some turkeys are also widely kept, chickens are by far the most common. The kind of animals reared in Nigeria for consumption, based on the demand for them, include Cow, Goat, Cattle, Pig, and several others while poultry birds includes chicken, turkey and duck.
Fish, with an emphasis on the catfish breed, is also another livestock bred for its meat in Nigeria. A survey was conducted to determine the prevalence of campylobacteriosis and trichomonosis, and their concurrence with brucellosis, in cattle in three states of northern Nigeria.
Cattle and leather trade in Nigeria. Cattle domestication in West Africa dates back millennia and the Zebu, by far the dominant cattle breed in northern Nigeria, is thought to have reached the region by 1, AD (Blench ).
Cattle breeds: breeds of locally available cattle in Nigeria are basically indigenous and are grouped as the Zebu and Taurine. The zebus as locally recognised by the cattle rearers in northern part of Nigeria include Bunaji, Rahaji, Sokoto Gudali, Adamawa Gudali, Azawak and by: Kajuru, Nigeria.
31st Oct, Fulani children start working with the cattle at an early age. Fulanis are traditionally nomadic people, herding cattle, goats and sheep. They are one of the largest nomadic ethnic groups in the world, spreading over several territories. Farmers’ Guide to Soybean Production in Northern Nigeria I.Y.
Dugje1,2, L.O. Omoigui1, Farmers’ Guide to Soybean Production in Northern Nigeria. International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan, Nigeria. 21 pp. • Soybean cake is an excellent livestock File Size: KB. Economic, social and cultural benefits of silvopastoral systems in Nigeria.
Three out of the five agricultural zones in Nigeria are prominent and have a comparative advantage for livestock production. A major constraint is the availability of feeds due to the serious weather fluctuations. two important group of people in Nigeria agriculture sectors, they are important in producing food crops, cash crops and livestock for Nigeria teeming population and some of their products are export outside the country to earn foreign exchange.
According to FAO IN Nigeria has total livestock population of; Cattles million. Endangered indigenous cattle Breeds of Nigeria a case for their conservation and management D.
Gwaza and O. Momoh Department of Animal Breeding and Physiology, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria E-mail address: [email protected] ABSTRACT The Nigeria cattle breeds and their productivity were Size: KB. Bovine trypanosomosis is a problem in the livestock industry in Nigeria.
A longitudinal survey of cattle sampled during the wet and dry seasons was conducted from April to March A brief account is given of the history of trypanosomiasis in Northern Region and its close association with nomadism.
The infection rate was 10 to 30% of all cattle grazing during the dry season in the Guinea grass vegetation zone. The importance of tsetse survey and control is emphasised and the association of tsetse distribution on the vegetation and prevailing climate Cited by: 3.
This book deals with the relationship between cattle husbandry and the regional differentiations of nature and society in Northern Nigeria, and provides suggestions for improvements in the cattle industry.
KEYWORDS: TROPAG | Animal husbandry and fisheries | animal husbandry | cattle | agricultural geography | socio economic factors | ethnology | Nigeria | Northern by:.
PubL Hit/t, Lond. ()91, Brucellosis: Epidemiology and Practical Problems of Control in Nigeria Olanipekun K. Alausa Department of Medical Microbiology, University College Hospital, /badan, Nigeria In Nigeria, where livestock management is still largely unscientific, bovine brucellosis is endemic and about 60% of the human population show serological evidence of Cited by: 5.In Nigeria, the prevalence of cattle rustling has been widespread, particularly in the northern part of the country where cattle raring obtains as a dominant agricultural practice.
Recent developments tend to have implicated cattle rustling in the rising wave of violence in northern Nigeria, as exemplified in the phenomenonFile Size: KB.Most of Nigeria's sheep and goats are in the north, where the Fulani maintained an approximate ratio of 30 percent sheep and goats to 70 percent cattle.
About 40 percent of northern nonFulani farming households are estimated to keep sheep and goats. Most pigs are raised in the south, where the Muslim proscription against eating pork is not a.