Trypanotolerant cattle production in southern Nigeria. Report submitted to the International Livestock Centre for Africa, Ibadan, Nigeria
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The importance of trypanotolerant cattle production in the humid and derived savannah areas of southern Nigeria was investigated. A study was carried out in the zone from July through October 1984 on behalf of ILCA. Topical discussions on methodology and history of trypanotolerance cattle in the area; level of cattle production including herd size and distribution, ownership pattern, production systems and sociology; analysis of the economics of trypanotolerant cattle production; and the potential for trypanotolerant cattle production included.
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