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Mitchell, Donald. 2011; World Bank.

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ethanol producers; environmental policies; ethanol program; farm; product quality; plant oil; collection costs; liquefaction; crop research; wheat; energy prices; harvesting; biomass feedstocks; power plants; generation; starches; fossil; abundant natural resources; sugar mills; petroleum; soybean oil; dimethyl ether; climate change; alternative crops; agricultural productivity; kerosene; tropical forests; grain; hectares of land; pyrolysis; alternative energy; ethanol feedstocks; agricultural commodities; hemicellulose; electrical energy; feedstock costs; hydrolysis; food consumption; power; oil production; energy-saving technologies; wholesale prices; primary feedstock; vehicles; availability; carbon market; maize yields; wood fuels; power generators; turbines; cost of ethanol production; environmental benefits; hydrocarbons; wood; commodity; environmental impacts; oil prices; crop; ethanol production capacity; renewable fuel; energy supplies; grains; ethanol production facility; agricultural production; cost of ethanol; produce; charcoal production; ethanol producer; soil nutrients; animal fats; electricity for sale; sugarcane residue; sugarcane production; ethanol production; trees; energy economist; vegetable oil; food production; ethanol; crude oil; carbon dioxide emissions; lubricity; planting materials; production incentives; oil palms; cellulose; production cost; oil extraction; oils; ethanol plant; food crops; feedstock for ethanol production; diesel engines; lighting; rural areas; energy sector; environmental benefit; labor costs; environmental concerns; power grid; biodiesel; emissions from transport; energy requirements; vegetable oils; methanol; approach; rural villages; sugarcane ethanol; product of ethanol production; fuel wood; fao; cooking; biofuel; carbon dioxide; feedstocks; fuel demand; fuel cells; international food policy research institute; price volatility; air pollution; sugarcane bagasse; crop prices; fossil fuel; oilseeds; tea research; biofuel strategy; molasses; greenhouse gases; fermentation; ethanol production process; greenhouse gas; primary source of energy; employment; renewable sources; land resources; gases; production of feedstocks; pest control; crop production; feedstock; national grid; ethanol market; carbon credits; ethanol yield; nitrogen; ethanol production facilities; electricity; distillery; food security; boilers; grasses; liquid biofuels; gasoline prices; cassava; synthetic natural gas; by-products; ethanol prices; aviation fuel; gasification; cooking oil; alternative energy sources; cash crops; fossil fuels; oil palm; fuels; bioenergy; feedstock for ethanol; demand for energy; oil yields; energy sources; diesel engine; energy security; ethanol yields; fuel requirements; fuel consumption; energy content of ethanol; greenhouse gas emissions; fertilizers; maize; traditional biomass; birds; environmental risks; planting; jatropha; demand for ethanol; biofuel industry; ghg; coal; ethanol production costs; demonstration plants; sugars; gasification technologies; conversion efficiency; fuel; liquid fuels; bagasse; husbandry; biomass energy; high-yielding varieties; electricity prices; heavy oil; woods; gasoline; sugar; production of ethanol; cogeneration; labor productivity; sugar factory; oil; biomass; ethanol imports; sorghum; animal fodder; carbohydrates; liquid biofuel; synthesis gas; agricultural residue; household energy; tax revenues; biofuel production; agricultural land; animal fat; charcoal; extraction processes; fuel prices; farmers; sugar crops; rapeseed; ethanol plants; crop varieties; clean development; biofuel use; biofuel technology; soybeans; demand for gasoline; biofuels; wood fuel; tea; diesel; sugarcane; diesel fuel; smoke; cellulosic ethanol; acid rain

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Biofuels offer new opportunities for African countries. They can contribute to economic growth, employment, and rural incomes. They can become an important export for some countries and provide low-cost fuel for others. There is also a potentially large demand for biofuels to meet the rapidly growing need for local fuel. Abundant natural resources and low-cost labor make producing biofu ...

World Bank. 2010-06; Washington, DC.

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agricultural areas; economic policy reform; barriers to entry; agricultural extension; livestock producers; soil quality; crops; farm; national income; development projects; pasture management; legumes; economic growth; pastures; ifad; crop growth; dairy producers; private sector; cultivation techniques; wheat; dairy production; fodder crops; tax reform; soil conservation; sheep flock; pollution; soil structure; comparative advantage; agricultural inputs; farm systems; soil studies; beef; milk; environmental; impact assessment; watershed; climate change; agricultural censuses; live animals; soil compaction; production of soybeans; farmer; soil resources; milk consumption; decision making; cattle population; farm size; animal products; national herd; land management; animals; livestock products; livestock farm; forage; agricultural activities; marketing; farm output; public goods; livestock production systems; trade liberalization; grazing management; livestock production; fish; reptiles; ifdc; sectoral development; fodder production; economic conditions; effluents; wood; livestock sector; innovation; crop; agricultural production; family farms; sustainable production systems; dairy farms; fodder; wheat mills; subsistence; live weight; wool; quality standards; animal; dairy herd; extensive livestock production; seeds; international fund for agricultural development; vegetable oil; agrochemicals; agricultural policies; livestock sub-sector; farm sector; sugar beet; cheese; forage production; fruits; undp; land assets; rural areas; urbanization; organic matter; dairy sector; small farmers; livestock development; sustainable use; economic development; united nations; agricultural products; livestock; overgrazing; distribution of land; agricultural producers; parasites; arable land; herbaceous species; environmental issues; policy environment; regional level; sustainable development; food safety; milk production; fisheries; integration; fao; extension services; deregulation; agricultural research institute; biodiversity management; rice; soils; water resources; total milk production; cropping; beef production; natural resources management; stocking rates; bovine spongiform encephalopathy; oilseeds; agricultural services; farms; agriculture; land productivity; sheep population; crop production; wool production; decentralization; agriculture organization; agricultural sector; farm activities; forage crops; cattle; land degradation; environmental impact; beef cattle; farm production; agricultural census; input prices; forestry; production costs; dairy development; financial resources; soil management; livestock information; subsistence farming; nash; dairy; hunting; natural resource base; barley; fertilizers; wildlife; wetlands; animal health; meat production; birds; biodiversity; productive resources; land use; timber; sheep; plant species; irrigation; extension; dairy plants; survival strategies; agricultural research institutes; agricultural sector policies; small farmer; average yields; animal diseases; rural development; silage; abattoirs; public services; herbicides; food supply; food processing; climatic conditions; sugar; forests; exploitation; feed supplements; cattle fattening; labor force; feed; slaughter; natural pasture; agricultural land; adverse climatic conditions; agricultural chemicals; dairy products; regional distribution; water use efficiency; natural resources; farmers; housing; leather; vegetables; biodiversity conservation; agricultural policy; economies of scale; diversification; winter crops; forest products; meat; agricultural practices; export markets; access to credit; rural income; water use; agricultural development; food products; soil degradation; beef exports; agricultural research; moisture retention

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The bank has a long relationship with Uruguay's agricultural sector, expanding over a period of more than 60 years in which several projects and various analytical and advisory assistance initiatives have been implemented. The main purposes of the present report are: a) to analyze the main characteristics of family agriculture as well as its development potential and constraints; b) to ...

De Haan, Cornelis, Van Veen, Tjaart Schillhorn, Brandenburg, Brian, Gauthier, Jerome, Le Gall, Francois, Mearns, Robin, Simeon, Michel. 2001-11; Washington, DC: World Bank.

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red meat; savannas; global milk consumption; livestock-wildlife systems; crop nutrients; tropical forages; biomass production; cereal production; milk products; organic farming; global feed requirements; crops; industrial meat production; farm; environmental sustainability; highlands; consumers; communal areas; development agencies; private sector; public good; bees; day-old chicks; pollution; beef; animal health services; milk; livestock numbers; feed conversion; common rangeland areas; legislation; livestock extension services; impact assessments; decision making; small stock; animal products; global meat; pork; environmental regulations; poverty alleviation; industrialization; livestock products; livestock keepers; swine; producers; marketing; public goods; comprehensive development; environmental costs; growth rate; smallholders; domestic consumption; veterinary; economic models; livestock production; degraded pastures; agricultural output; improved digestibility; epizootic; pigs; foot-and-mouth disease; emissions; ruminant animals; livestock sector; rural poverty; pastoral empowerment; contract feed; engine of growth; poultry; breeding; classical swine fever; livestock traders; quality standards; animal; poor livestock keepers; poultry production; livestock service; tropical fodder; water requirements; environmental degradation; food-borne diseases; food demand; sustainable livestock development; indica; drought preparedness; value added; asian development bank; macroeconomic policy; environment; insurance; labor costs; externalities; manure; livestock development; pastoralists; pastoral development; united nations; livestock; livestock revolution; arable land; environmental issues; icarda; horse-drawn agriculture; food safety; red meat production; integration; institutional change; fao; livestock strategy; savings; adjustment policies; livestock component; global livestock sector; organic milk; structural change; natural resource management; nomadic education; gross domestic product; breeding services; beef production; veterinary services; livestock owners; rabbits; grain-fed feedlot systems; organic production methods; high-level livestock generalists; organic products; livestock feed; biotechnology; livestock extension; farms; disease patterns; eggs; food safety standards; internalization; range ecology; pro- poor livestock development; industrial pig; disease outbreaks; inheritance; animal traction; feed grains; pastoral land; livestock components; feed production; global meat demand; grain feeding; private veterinarians; food security; cattle; land degradation; environmental impact; water pollution; commodity sector; feed grain; crop encroachment; consumption levels; livestock services; dairy goats; desertification; grazing; incomes; animal welfare; positive effects; production technology; livestock component activities; livestock specialists; dairy; natural resource base; livestock-environment interactions; inflation; capital costs; wildlife; animal health; export markets for livestock products; animal resources; biodiversity; deforestation; organic fertilizer; land use; pro- poor livestock development strategies; capacity building; pro-poor livestock development design; research impact; crowding out; comparative advantages; livestock portfolio; inflation rates; microfinance; rural development; rangelands; commercial livestock development; horse; public services; livestock portfolio analysis; livestock commodities; poverty reduction; forests; epizootic disease; sustainable agriculture; global feed grain demand; rural livelihoods; feed; livestock population; wealth; meat products; nutrient loading; pro-poor livestock development; malnutrition; elasticity; horse-powered cultivation; diet; herders; natural resources; farmers; dumping; small ruminants; exports; rangeland; economies of scale; meat consumption; animal agriculture; livestock raising; meat; cereals; rural income; development; poultry batteries; global meat consumption; contagious bovine pleuropneumonia; domestic demand; agricultural research

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This report provides recommendations on how to better manage ongoing changes in livestock development. First, it presents an overview of the main trends that can be expected to drive the sector over the next decades. Second it discusses the negative or positive social, environmental, and health repercussions of those trends, and the institutional, policy, and technical requirements need ...

World Bank. 2012; Washington, DC.

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pilot farms; degraded lands; crop land; grazing lands; vegetation cover; ethnicity; villages; herbicide; dry season; mechanical weeding; animal protein; crops; farm; shrubs; vegetative growth; fruit production; product quality; farming systems; pasture management; grass species; legumes; forest area; ecosystems; traditional livestock systems; pastures; ifad; communal land; crop-livestock systems; soil analysis; cattle production; harvesting; nitrogen fixation; grazing area; soil fertility; pollution; agricultural inputs; mountains; beef; livestock productivity; chick; milk; sowing; technology transfer; climate change; farmer; grazing systems; cows; seed; seed banks; animals; pasture; livestock keepers; forage; tillage; dry matter; agricultural activities; marketing; livestock production systems; animal productivity; dry seasons; environmental costs; grazing management; livestock production; degraded pastures; livestock farmers; fish; agriculture research; ecology; tropical agriculture; nomadic pastoralism; seed producers; soil improvement; carbon sequestration; stocking rate; pigs; hay; environmental benefits; transplanting; forage species; cattle grazing; cgiar; fresh meat; yams; innovation; crop; crude protein; grains; goats; family farms; fodder; live weight; rainfall; burning; shifting cultivation; seed production; hand weeding; bamboo; animal; vegetation analysis; pasture availability; cip; environmental degradation; feeding animals; weed control; seeds; cgiar consultative group; international fund for agricultural development; trees; crop-livestock production; ilri; icraf; planting materials; germplasm; global warming; vegetation; fruits; plant; poor households; food crops; international livestock research institute; fodder banks; organic matter; food insecurity; rural population; livestock system; manure; environmental protection; livestock; international potato center; overgrazing; croplands; parasites; herbaceous species; sustainable development; weeds; pesticides; plantain; genotypes; ecosystem; coffee; soils; natural resource management; seedlings; fences; animal performance; chemical fertilizers; field work; amino acids; greenhouse gases; indigenous people; roots; sisal; harvest; land resources; field activities; potato; farms; agriculture; crop production; livestock research; cation exchange; fenced; manure production; consultative group on international agricultural research; livestock components; food security; grasses; cattle; land degradation; cassava; farming; natural resource; agricultural by-products; soil erosion; desertification; grazing; livestock activities; forestry; livestock farms; woody perennials; beans; acacia; chemical herbicides; potatoes; horses; usaid; livestock farmer; crop-livestock production systems; sea level; farmland; encroachment; fertilizers; ngos; animal inventory; maize; ecological conditions; seed germination; sweet potatoes; cropland; biodiversity; deforestation; loss of nutrients; planting; ferns; sheep; animal product; extension; fencing; transhumance; methane; grazing animals; fertility status; roads; animal diseases; field assistants; use of fire; pastoral system; forest reserve; rural development; fruit trees; silage; livestock density; live weight gain; clean water; forests; avocados; biomass; livestock integration; tree; geographic information system; rural livelihoods; indigenous knowledge; coral; animal husbandry; poor soil fertility; agricultural land; gliricidia; conservation; diet; herders; natural resources; gender; booster; small ruminants; vegetables; tubers; farm produce; fence; forest products; forest; meat; issues; geographic information; cation exchange capacity; rich fertilizer; litter; feeding; ecosystem health; animal feed; soil degradation; human settlement

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The Tugi Silvo-pastoral Project (TUSIP) is a South-South Cooperation between the Tropical Agriculture Research and Higher Education Centre (CATIE) based in Costa Rica (www.catie.ac.cr) and the Akwi Memorial Foundation (AMF) based in the North West Region of Cameroon. The main goal of TUSIP was to assess the environmental benefits of a set of silvo-pastoral practices and to empower tradi ...

World Bank. 2007-01; Washington, DC.

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animal care; grazing lands; avian influenza; breeders; animal performance; water resources; beef production; dairy cows; villages; livestock producers; veterinary services; livestock owners; livestock markets; farm; vegetative growth; veterinary system; calves; farming systems; pasture management; adequate milk supply; supply chain; vaccines; sheep industry; pastures; farms; marketing of livestock products; agriculture; private sector; dry matter production; veterinary service; eggs; herd size; demand for livestock products; milk fat; beef; fodder management; genetic; livestock productivity; mutton; milk; livestock numbers; veterinary tasks; private veterinarians; brucellosis; cattle; daily weight gain; veterinary practice; climate change; live animals; brucellosis control; farmer; marketing of livestock; beef cattle; equipment; natural resource; herds; veterinary profession; milk producers; national herd; incomes; livestock food; pasture productivity; pasture; livestock products; feed supply; fur; artificial insemination services; forage; grass growth; dry matter; marketing; animal breeding; animal productivity; dairy; smallholders; carcass weight; veterinary; livestock production; livestock farmers; nutrients; awareness raising; animal health; fodder production; biodiversity; central asian; livestock commodity supply; disease surveillance; veterinary laboratories; sheep; livestock sector; extension; food basket; mortality rates; feed intake; milk powder; poultry; breeding; live weight; animal diseases; wool; dairy cow; wool sector; biodiversity project; food quality; animal; livestock product; public services; disease control; livestock commodities; animal herds; poverty reduction; livestock economy; animal nutrition; veterinary department; animal fodder; disease transmission; feed; sheep farmers associations; livestock diseases; raw milk; agricultural training; dealers; animal husbandry; pasture leasing; meat products; dairy products; dairy sector; cow herd; action plan; animal breeds; milk supply; access to information; commercialization; livestock; overgrazing; veterinary drugs; sheep development project; parasites; arable land; milking; milking cows; lamb; animal diets; food safety; livestock systems; meat; issues; public awareness; livestock ownership; milk production; integration; meat prices; body weight; agricultural development; early lactation; cattle numbers; feeding; animal feed; feed availability; artificial insemination; animal feed requirements

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Continuing a long Kyrgyz tradition, the livestock sector is one of the strongest components of the rural economy. The sector contributes substantially to the national economy by providing high value food, income, employment and foreign exchange. There are also significant indirect benefits which include reduced risks to human health, more sustainable use of arable land and pastures, acc ...

World Bank. 2013; Washington, DC.

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pastoral areas; grazing lands; poor; cereal production; herding groups; dry season; crops; farm; livestock markets; human development; pastures; livestock statistics; tropical livestock unit; sesame; vaccination campaigns; soil fertility; disease risk; single crop; per capita consumption; millet; united nations environment programme; climate change; farmer; drought tolerance; agricultural productivity; herding; high population density; herds; seed; farm size; national herd; food prices; poverty alleviation; animals; forage; livelihoods; population growth; marketing; livestock production systems; smallholders; livestock prices; rural; domestic consumption; camels; seed multiplication; lack of water; sorghum grain; veterinary; livestock production; agricultural output; livestock disease; risk management; food availability; farm productivity; farming households; livestock farming systems; vegetable crops; household food security; livestock sector; commodity; community action; poor populations; livestock assets; agricultural production; risk reduction; goats; poultry; breeding; produce; fodder; farm incomes; animal; famine; drought mitigation; expansion of irrigation; cowpea hay; seeds; cereal crops; food production; groundnuts; eggplant; land availability; common property; crop production cycle; insurance; rural areas; fodder banks; food insecurity; rural population; livestock system; fertilizer; pastoralists; crop pests; livestock; pastoralism; arable land; food price; chronic food insecurity; transient poor; crop yield; weeds; production system; horticulture; integration; fao; onions; savings; income growth; market failures; soils; natural resource management; household size; water resources; price volatility; remote areas; cropping; veterinary services; ruminants; livestock owners; seed system; groundnut; natural vegetation; agricultural services; livestock feed; food crop production; land resources; vaccines; impact on poverty; grain reserves; vaccination programs; unep; farms; agriculture; animal species; chronic poverty; cowpeas; livestock management; crop production; herd size; climatic zone; agricultural sector; food crop; nutrition; disease outbreaks; donor investments; groundwater; farmer groups; food security; rural households; poverty rates; cattle; climatic zones; farm income; livestock units; herd composition; small-scale farmers; equipment; fallowing; breeding grounds; sorghum production; food relief; anthrax; cash crops; grazing; poverty assessment; incomes; food aid; natural regeneration; rural markets; diseases; crop losses; drought risk; herd reconstitution; pests; animal health; maize; safety nets; planting; livelihood security; income-generating activities; rural sector; sheep; irrigation; drought; common property resources; agro-pastoral areas; average annual rainfall; animal husbandry systems; agricultural land resources; transhumance; livestock sectors; macroeconomic shocks; cultivation; seed varieties; rural development; public services; crop production systems; water shortages; fertilizer use; food supply; poverty reduction; safety net programs; fertility management; climatic conditions; pastoral households; major livestock diseases; tobacco; cooperatives; sorghum; household income; dates; rural livelihoods; feed; crop yields; livestock diseases; conflict; livestock population; animal husbandry; agricultural land; cattle herd; malnutrition; rice production; layering; soil type; herders; natural resources; farmers; high livestock density; small ruminants; crop varieties; targeting; cereal varieties; meat; cereals; livestock ownership; pastoral zone; fodder availability; intercropping; agricultural development; export crops; contagious bovine pleuropneumonia; domestic demand; livestock farming; animal feed

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Niger, owing to its climatic, institutional, livelihood, economic, and environmental context, is one of the most vulnerable countries of the world. Poverty is pervasive in Niger and it ranks low on almost all the human development indicators. Agriculture is the most important sector of Niger's economy and accounts for over 40 percent of national gross domestic product (GDP) and is the p ...

Rasmussen, Deborah, Dorlig, Shombodon. 2011-06; World Bank, Washington, DC.

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irrigation infrastructure; dairy cows; agricultural extension; livestock producers; total fodder; herder; farm; livestock markets; environmental sustainability; pasture management; pastures; private sector; conservation tillage; seasonal forecasts; fodder crops; soil conservation; feed markets; precipitation; rams; pollution; agricultural systems; mill; beef; mines; breeding animals; livestock numbers; brucellosis; environmental; veterinary practice; climate change; farmer; herding; animal losses; herds; decision making; field trials; weather forecasts; poverty alleviation; livestock fodder; animals; livestock products; feed supply; livestock keepers; forage; livelihoods; swine; summer grazing; livestock needs; animal breeding; livestock production systems; animal productivity; pasture rotation; camels; veterinary; livestock disease; risk management; available water; fodder production; pigs; livestock care; feed industry; livestock sector; erosion; desert areas; livestock assets; livestock production system; goats; poultry; fodder; livestock traders; snowfall; feedlots; livestock insurance; terms of trade; animal; livestock product; pasture availability; feed resources; extensive livestock production; cereal crops; grazing pressure; straw; forage production; dairy sector; pasture land; resource management; improved feed; zoonotic diseases; livestock; overgrazing; veterinary drugs; arable land; policy environment; sustainable development; lakes; collective farms; feed resource; food safety; feed mills; fodder crop production; livestock distribution; grazing fees; weather forecasting; market distortions; feed crops; veterinary services; livestock owners; water wells; rangeland management; livestock feed; farms; agriculture; farm employment; veterinary service; livestock management; food safety standards; herd size; decentralization; livestock unit; equilibrium; animal feeds; feed grains; feed production; private veterinarians; food security; grasses; cattle; animal health interventions; herd composition; feed grain; equipment; incomes; livestock farms; pasture productivity; livestock information; drought watch; horses; fodder supply; dairy; water management; cold weather; barley; livestock industry; feed management; ngos; herd reconstitution; animal health; natural disasters; drought period; productive resources; animal production; sheep; irrigation; drought; extension; feeds; livestock sectors; cultivation; livestock support; living conditions; environments; regional livestock; silage; snow; horse; disease control; food processing; wells; animal nutrition; cooperatives; feed; veterinary supplies; livestock feeds; dairy industry; animal husbandry; natural pasture; agricultural land; forage supply; winter wheat; available water sources; herders; natural resources; farmers; access to information; small ruminants; rangeland; feed supplies; desert; drought conditions; meat; policy makers; livestock marketing; agricultural development; feeding

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The paper reports on improving feed and fodder supply for the dzud management in Mongolia study, and aims to identify policy options that could improve the effectiveness and efficiency of dzud emergency management and response. It includes an assessment of the appropriate roles for the private and public sectors, identification of issues, and capacity building requirements. The study wil ...

Kvapilik, J., Suchanek, B.. Zivocisna Vyroba - UVTIZ (Czechoslovakia), 0044-4847. apr1983. Czech.

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betail; produit de croisement; domestic animals; animal production; meat animals; alimentation; ganado bovino; production animale; ruminants; zootechnie; nutricion; dairy cattle; engraissement; analyse; animales; bovin de boucherie; vertebrates; production laitiere; productos del cruzamiento; alimentacion de los animales; formas de descendencia; bovidae; milk production; vertebre; animal; agriculture; economic analysis; animal feeding; methods; analyse economique; bovines; produccion; zootecnia; artiodactyla; ganado; agricultura; alimentation des animaux; produccion lechera; nutrition; artiodactyle; forme de descendance; methode; zootechny; ganado de leche; alimentacion; ganado de carne; cattle; analisis economico; bovin; analysis; mammifere; breeds; animales de peleteria (cuero); beef cattle; bovine; alimentacion de los animales; progeny forms; skin-producing animals; animal pour cuirs et peaux; animales domesticos; produccion animal; livestock; animal a viande; animal feeding; mammals; production; animal domestique; animals; bovide; fattening; produccion animal; analisis; crossbreds; race; animales de carne; rumiante; engorde; mamiferos; razas; bovido; bovin laitier; vertebrados; metodos; ruminant; feeding; bovinos; alimentation des animaux; production animale; animal production

World Bank Group. 2015; World Bank, Washington, DC. English.

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communal grazing; domestic animals; animals livestock; livestock herders; beef production; cereal production; livestock producers; stocking rates; livestock owners; liveweight prices; farm; livestock husbandry; pasture management; livestock output; vaccines; pastures; farms; pastoral life; herd owners; frozen meat; livestock management; fodder crops; food safety standards; grazing area; herd size; disease risk; animal prices; poultry meat; livestock unit; beef; mutton; milk; livestock numbers; private veterinarians; food security; grazing capacity; forage crops; cattle; grazing land; small herds; live animals; livestock units; farmer; cattle prices; herd composition; herding; animal losses; livestock groups; herds; cows; grazing; national herd; stock losses; livestock fodder; pasture production; animals; livestock products; forage; fattening; horses; fodder supply; pig; livestock prices; veterinarians; camels; livestock movements; livestock production; livestock disease; livestock farmers; drought risk; nomadic pastoralism; animal health; birds; food; national livestock; fodder production; biodiversity; sheep; livestock sector; feeds; livestock loss; goats; poultry; breeding; fodder; live weight; wool; animal populations; rangelands; livestock insurance; animal; livestock populations; abattoirs; horse; disease control; livestock commodities; sheep meat; pasture availability; feed resources; reindeer; animal nutrition; extensive livestock production; nomadic herders; herd losses; grazing pressure; drought preparedness; livestock sub-sector; feed; forage production; livestock diseases; animal husbandry; natural pasture; meat products; herd management; fauna; slaughtering; herders; pastoralists; pest management; biodiversity conservation; livestock; livestock species; overgrazing; rangeland; sustainable livestock production; arable land; pasture quality; food safety; meat; wild animals; adequate water; livestock ownership; milk production; meat prices; cattle numbers; livestock farming; domestic demand; meat price; fodder crop production

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The magnitude of risks facing Mongolian agriculture has made the sector’sdevelopment extraordinarily volatile over the last 25 years as it underwent decollectivization.Livestock in particular has seen rapid and largely unsustainablerates of growth in terms of numbers of animals and herders, and in so doing hasbecome acutely vulnerable to the severe winter weather events known as dzuds.Periodic ...

Blasco, A.. World Rabbit Congress, 7., 2000, Valencia, España; 2000; Universidad Politécnica de Valencia English.

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World Rabbit Congress, 7., 2000, Valencia, España

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necesidades de nutrientes; fisiologia animal; animal nutrition; rabbits; control de enfermedades; productividad; meat production; production data; valeur nutritive; conejo (oryctolagus); complement alimentaire; efficacite conversion alimentaire; genie genetique; feed conversion efficiency; suplementos; congelation; produccion de carne; exportaciones; costos de produccion; quality; exces de substance nutritive; donnee de production; besoin des animaux; viande de lapin; conservation biologique; physiologie animale; qualite; reproduction control; carne de conejo; maitrise de la reproduction; artificial insemination; genetic resources; furbearing animals; maladie des animaux; nutrition animale; laine; production de viande; consommation; insemination artificielle; feeds; performance de reproduction; cout de production; animal needs; piensos; dieta; ressource genetique; datos de produccion; lapin (oryctolagus); production lainiere; congelacion; propiedades biologicas; genetic engineering; necesidades de los animales; marketing; sanidad animal; rabbit meat; behaviour; animal diseases; maternal behaviour; aliment pour animaux; importaciones; exportation; wool; nutricion animal; mercadeo; comportamiento; reproductividad; nutritive value; disease control; digestibility; manejo de fincas; nutritional requirements; besoin nutritionnel; conservacion biologica; comportement maternel; biological preservation; imports; digestibilite; consumo; supplements; eficiencia de conversion del pienso; production costs; productivite; controle de maladies; valor nutritivo; nutrient excesses; biological properties; exports; regime alimentaire; commercialisation; recursos geneticos; farm management; sante animale; productivity; lana; diet; importation; digestibilidad; exceso de nutrientes; propriete biologique; gestion de l'exploitation agricole; reproduccion dirigida; produccion de lana; consumption; animal a fourrure; comportement; freezing; animal health; reproductive performance; inseminacion artificial; wool production; enfermedades de los animales; animal physiology; animales de peleteria; calidad; ingenieria genetica; comportamiento maternal

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