2 edition of Animal traction found in the catalog.
Michael R. Goe
by Program in International Agriculture, Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y
Written in English
|Statement||by Michael R. Goe and Robert E. McDowell.|
|Series||Cornell international agriculture mimeograph -- 81.|
|Contributions||McDowell, R. E. 1921-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 84 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||84|
Comprehensive, practical, and easy-to-read, this unique handbook provides a clear guide to veterinary obstetrics in large and small domestic animals. A detailed description of normal birth helps readers immediately recognize abnormalities and provides a baseline against which dystocia and its treatment can be measured. assistance, and animal traction extension. Appendixes to the guide include information on animal power, animal nutrition, disease recognition and control, workshop and-spare parts inventory, animal traction instructional forms, and draft animals used in Africa. Concluding the manua1 are an annotated bibliography, a list of resources, and a File Size: 2MB.
Animals in Action book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. • ENAT (Ethiopia) – Ethiopian Network for Animal Traction 5. BENEFITS OF ANIMAL TRACTION Animal traction is an appropriate, affordable and sustainable technology which is increasingly being used in eastern and Southern Africa. The benefits of animal traction are: • providing smallholder farmers with vital power for cultivation and Size: 1MB.
A resource book of the Animal Traction Network for Eastern and Southern Africa (ATNESA). Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural cooperation (CTA),Wageningen. Netherlands. Animal traction is gradually increasing in East Africa, notably in Tanzania (one million work animals). Expansion was hit by the drought. Oxen pull plows and carts. Diversification to weeding and conservation tillage is spreading slowly. Donkey use for transport and light tillage is increasing. In Southern Africa, animal tractionFile Size: KB.
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Author: Peter R Watson. Meeting the Challenges of Animal Traction: A Resource Book of the Animal Traction Network for Eastern and Southern Africa. Starkey, P. and Kaumbutho, P.
(eds). 33 works Search for books with subject Animal traction. Search. Animal traction Peter R. Watson Not In Library. Not In Library. Animal draught technology Jane Bartlett, Jane Bartlett, Not In Library. Animal traction Michael R.
Goe Not In Library. A history of the horse, in all its varieties and uses. One means to facilitate such liaison is through technical workshops, and this book derives from the third international workshop of the West Africa Animal Traction Network. Specialists in animal traction from 24 countries met to learn from each other's experiences in the field of animal traction research, development, extension and training.
This generously illustrated book contains the most comprehensive study of harnessing techniques and animal traction implements to have been produced for many years.
Harnessing options for oxen, horses, donkeys, camels and buffaloes are reviewed, together with a wide spectrum of tillage implements, seeders, animal-drawn carts and other draft animal technologies. The potential for animal power in West Africa Farming systems in West Africa from animal traction perspectives Dunstan S C Spencer 91 The introduction, intensification and diversification of the use of animal power in West Africa farming system: implications at farm level (1,4MB) P Starkey 97 The selection and use of animal draft technology R C Gifford The relevance of animal traction to the humid zone L Reymolds Research on animal.
These "Animal Traction Resource Books" will aim to include information and experiences from around the world, but with special emphasis on, and reference to, Africa.
Three thematic books are envisaged and these are intended to be used in close conjunction with the "Animal traction directory: Africa", already published in the same series.
What is animal traction. Animal traction is the use of animals [cattle (bulls, oxen and cows), don-keys, mules, horses, goats, camels, water buffaloes, etc], to assist farmers in carrying out the following tasks: • In agriculture, for ploughing, harrowing, planting, ridging, weeding, mowing and Size: KB.
This book is a must for any business owner and their management team. Traction provides a powerful, practical, and simple system for running your business.” —Dan Sullivan, President and Founder, The Strategic Coach “With the Traction tools in place, we now have faster growth, increased profitability and great people that we enjoy working with.
Our growth rate has averaged over 20 percent per year/5(). Permanent Farming Systems based on Animal Traction A Farmers Handbook by René Fischer A Publication of Deutsches Zentrum für Entwicklungstechnologien - GATE A division of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH, The author: René Fischer studied agriculture and animal science at ETH Zürich.
Animal traction is still relevant for some farming communities in the northern regions. Findings suggest draft animals (bullocks and donkeys) are used to perform a wide set of activities ranging. Meeting the Challenges of Animal Traction provides a wealth of ideas and experiences concerning animal traction in many countries.
This publication has been developed from the ATNESA workshop held in Kenya on ‘meeting the challenges of animal traction’ and draws together key papers and contributions from professionals in 27 different countries. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watson, Peter R.
Animal traction. Washington, D.C.: Peace Corps, Information Collection & Exchange, About this manual --About the author --Acknowledgments --Introduction --Draft animal selection --Animal husbandry --Training draft animals --Yokes and harnesses --Hitches --Field operations and implements --Economic and technical assistance --Animal traction extension --Appendices.
This book is a must for any business owner and their management team. Traction provides a powerful, practical, and simple system for running your business.” — Dan Sullivan, President and Founder, The Strategic Coach “With the Traction tools in place, we now have faster growth, increased profitability and great people that we enjoy working with.
Our growth rate has averaged over Brand: BenBella Books, Inc. Animal traction development in Iringa Region, Tanzania: project approaches and future requirements Meeting the challenges of animal traction This paper is published in: Starkey P and Kaumbutho P (eds), Meeting the challenges of animal traction.
Stars for Animals in Translation (audiobook) by Temple Grandin and Catherine Johnson read by Shelly Frazier. I find it fascinating getting to see the world through Temple’s eyes. Her understand of how animals think is amazing. This book is a great resource for everyone who has animals in there lives.
From dogs and cats to horses and cows/5. Improving animal traction technology edited by Paul Starkey, Emmanuel Mwenya and John Stares. This book derives from the first ATNESA workshop held in Lusaka, Zambia.
Its pages contain some 85 edited papers prepared by authors from 30 countries. The text is supported by more than illustrations, including photographs. It provides fascinating insights into the past, present and future of animal traction in South Africa.
It will be of value to all concerned with rural development, especially those involved in development planning, research, extension, education, training, gender issues and animal welfare The book. Children will use this emergent reader book to learn about the animal tracks of different forest animals, and then use the card set to match the animal tracks to the animal.
There is a printable book and card set in full color with real photos of the animals. I also made a blackline set for those teachers who need to save ink. I set this up in. TY - BOOK. T1 - Animal traction technology: an overview with region-specific developments.
AU - Wanders, A.A. PY - Y1 - KW - aangepaste technologie. KW - trekdieren. KW - Afrika. KW - appropriate technology. KW - draught animals. KW - Africa. M3 - Book. BT - Animal traction technology: an overview with region-specific developments.Technical information on animal traction is presented and practical experience in developing countries is reviewed.
The topics covered include mechanical principles, common and uncommon harnessing systems, issues and resources with regard to harnessing, equipment selection, implements in use for crop production, transport equipment, less conventional equipment, draught assessment, work rates Cited by: 5.Description: The Golovan one-ox cartBruce Joubert The ‘Golovan’ one-ox cart by Bruce Joubert Department of Agronomy (Animal Traction Centre), University of Fort Hare Like this book?
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