The water requirements of livestock in Africa
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Outlook on Agriculture;14(4): 156-164
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Discusses the water needs of livestock in Africa and other hot regions, and the physiological utilization of water both within and between species, including water turnover, water loss, and water replacement. Suggests some ways of optimizing water use and using water as a management tool.
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