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Integrated tree cropping and small ruminant production systems

Integrated tree cropping and small ruminant production systems

proceedings of a workshop on research methodologies, Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia, September 9-14, 1990


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Published by Small Ruminant-Collaborative Research Program, University of California, Davis in Davis, CA, USA .
Written in English

  • Indonesia
    • Subjects:
    • Agroforestry -- Indonesia -- Congresses.,
    • Agroforestry -- Research -- Indonesia -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by L.C. Iniguez and M.D. Sanchez ; cosponsored by Agency for Agricultural Research and Development, Small Ruminant-Collaborative Research Program, International Development Research Centre.
      ContributionsIniguez, L. C., Sanchez, M. D., Indonesia. Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pertanian., Small Ruminant Collaborative Research Support Program., International Development Research Centre (Canada)
      LC ClassificationsS494.5.A45 I546 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 329 p. :
      Number of Pages329
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL520263M
      ISBN 10979830800X
      LC Control Number98942127

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Integrated Farming enterprises include crop, livestock, poultry, fish, tree crops, plantation crops, etc. A combination of one or more enterprises with cropping, when carefully chosen, planned and executed, gives greater dividends than a single enterprise, especially for small and marginal farmers.

Soil and climatic features of the. Technological development studies of small-ruminant production as it relates to other farming systems have been limited. Therefore, the target, in terms of research, has to be integrated production systems rather than isolated sheep and goat components.

Integrated crop/small ruminant systems are the tropical equivalent of temperate intensive arable systems. Two types of integrated systems are outlined - semi-intensive systems which combine limited grazing with stall feeding using crop byproducts, and integration with tree cropping, in which the animals animals Subject Category: Organism NamesCited by: 4.

This paper attempts to apply system thinking in solving livestock production and food security problems especially in tropical countries. System thinking is synonymous with ICIC ways which means Idea, Creativity, Innovation, and h ICIC ways agriculture production systems can be efficiently managed and sustainable.

In order to solve food security problems we. SMALL-HOLDER SYSTEMS 33 RUMINANT SYSTEMS 34 MIXED INPUT SYSTEMS 36 importance of livestock and fish production being integrated rather than being developed further as specialized, separate activities.

Their CHAPTER 2 • EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT OF INTEGRATED LIVESTOCK-FISH FARMING SYSTEMS IN ASIA 3 Introduction The problem Overview of animal production in developing countries 28 28 30 Livestock production systems: comparison between industrialised and developing countries 31 Ruminant feed resources in Asia 32 Improving ruminant production in developing countries 34 Impact of climate on production of ruminants 35 Specialised beef cattle production.

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Multiple cropping is a form of Ecological Intensification that is potentially highly sustainable when two or more crops are grown at the same time or in a sequence.

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Integrated farming in Asia is either considered an eco-friendly good that should be preserved for environmental reasons or a poor practice that will soon be superseded by industrial aquaculture.

The reality, as this book describes, is a dynamic set of practices that have expanded rapidly under certain conditions but have proved inconsequential. The production systems are as numerous as the socio-economic and varied agricultural situations in the country.

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