Optimizing livelihood and environmental benefits from crop residues in smallholder crop–livestock systems in western Oromia: PRA case studies conducted across eight villages around Nekemte, Ethiopia

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Title: Optimizing livelihood and environmental benefits from crop residues in smallholder crop–livestock systems in western Oromia: PRA case studies conducted across eight villages around Nekemte, Ethiopia
Author: Lule, D., Kaba, W., Degefa, A., Degefa, K., Negash, M., Mekonnen, K., Leta, G., Duncan, A.
AGROVOC Keywords: LIVESTOCK; MIXED FARMING
Date: 2012-03-07
Publisher: ILRI
Citation: Lule, D., Kaba, W., Degefa, A., Degefa, K., Negash, M., Mekonnen, K., Leta, G. and Duncan, A. 2012. Optimizing livelihood and environmental benefits from crop residues in smallholder crop–livestock systems in western Oromia: PRA case studies conducted across eight villages around Nekemte, Ethiopia. Nairobi, Kenya: ILRI.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/16648
Status: Open Access
Country Focus: ETHIOPIA
Region Focus: AFRICA, EAST AFRICA
Subject Focus: CROP RESIDUES, CROP-LIVESTOCK, ENVIRONMENT, LIVELIHOODS, LIVESTOCK
Project Sponsor: SLP

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