4 edition of The Role of Draught Animal Technology in Rural Development found in the catalog.
The Role of Draught Animal Technology in Rural Development
G. Den Hertog
by Center Agricultural Pub & Document
Written in English
|Contributions||J. A. Van Huis (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||247|
The meaning of rural development has been the subject of much debate and little agreement. The definition of rural development varies from one point of view to the other. The definition of rural development has evolved through time as a result of changes in the perceived mechanisms and/or goals of development. The primary mandate of the ARC, as the main agricultural research institution in South Africa, is to conduct research and development, and effect the transfer of technology to promote agriculture and industry, contribute to a better quality of life, and facilitate and ensure the conservation of natural resources.
Commission on Science and Technology for Development Twentieth session Geneva, 8–12 May Item 3 (b) of the provisional agenda The role of science, technology and innovation in ensuring food security by Report of the Secretary-General Executive summary This report identifies, analyses and presents for discussion key issues. Access to information is critical to development; thus information and communication technologies (ICTs) as means of sharing information are not simply a connection between people but also a link in the chain of the development process itself. Information is obviously central to activities that have come to be known as the “information sector Author: Heather E. Hudson.
Draft animal, any domesticated animal used in drawing heavy loads. Draft animals were in common use in Mesopotamia before bc for farm work and for pulling wheeled vehicles. Their use spread to the rest of the world over the following 2, years. While cattle, usually in teams, have been used. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
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Draught Animal Power. Agricultural Engineering Branch Agricultural Support Systems Division FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS Animal power world-wide Domestic work animals exist in all regions of the world. Animals assist in eliminating poverty, reducing drudgery and creation of wealth.
The Role of draught animal technology in rural development: proceedings of the international seminar held at Edinburgh, Scotland, April Author: G den Hertog ; J A van Huis.
THE ROLE OF DRAUGHT AND PACK ANIMALS DURING THE NEXT YEARS A.A. Arce Introduction Man appeared on earth nearly two million years ago. Although animals and man appeared after plants, they have all evolved together and by the laws of nature they depend on one another.
Animals cannot survive without vegetation and man cannot survive without plants. share my view that the draught animal has an important role to play in the provision of food and in the service to agriculture for many years to come.
Reference Pritchard, N.R. () The role of animals in providing for mans nutritional needs. In Animal diseases prevention in developing countries: its relationship to health, nutrition and. animals will continue to be used in the cultivation of land and transportation of goods.
Nevertheless the generation of technology through research and the education of rural communities are urgently required to advance the performance of pack and draught animals. Within this context improvement in genetic quality, nutrition, welfare and. Draught animal technology (DAT) can potentially play a central role in agriculture transformation for traditional farmers.
This study surveyed the state of DAT in En-Nhoud area, North Kordofan. The use of animal-drawn technology became a traditional feature in the Integrated Rural Development Project (IRDP) area. This was attributed to the fact that the districts operated in a more or less homogeneous socio-economic environment.
The majority of farmers in the project area at least knew the potential benefits of using animals. Animal Traction – or “Draught Animal Power” as it is sometimes referred to – has played a most important role in the development of humankind.
It has been replaced by fossil fuel powered engines and machines, which are highly effective but in many cases less cost-effective and environment-friendly. DRAUGHT ANIMAL NEWS No. 34 August Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine University of Edinburgh, Scotland ISSN – Draught Animal News continues to bring you the latest in research, techniques and information from around the world.
We hear increasingly from Spanish and French speaking countries and are pleased to publish articles. The results revealed that 86 % of the respondents purchased the draught cattle from the livestock markets, most were bullocks but 20 small farmers and 5 medium farmers used female animals for ploughing.
Among the indigenous breeds, Kangeyam (33 %) and Hallikar (30 %) breeds were the most popular for by: 5. Rural sociology focuses on how rural people and communities are socially, culturally, politically, and economically organized.
As a discipline, it has a distinct body of knowledge, specific research approaches, recognizable commitments and discourses, and its own set of institutional relationships.
The Role of Draught Animal Technology in Rural Development: Proceedings of the International Seminar Held at Edinburgh, Scotland, April (Hardback) This product is currently : Draught animals (DAs), in developing countries (DC), undergo unimaginable suffering in innumerable ways, such as: excessive strain and stress due to overloading, beatings and whip lashes to haul loads beyond their capacity, callosity and neck injury due to defective harnessing, lack of adequate feed and rest, by: Agriculture and Animal Husbandry.
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Minor Field Studies The use and role of animal draught power in Cuban Agriculture: a field study in Havana Province. This document is published (with illustrations) as: Henriksson M and Lindholm E The use and role of animal draught power in Cuban Agriculture: a field study in Havana Province.
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Silvestri, M. RufinoCited by: 88 kgs of charcoal or kgs of fuel wood or kgs of animal dung. 83 million draught animals 2. The power generated from 83 million draught animals is equivalent to 30, million watts in terms of electic power 3. ha area of land is cultivated by the animals.
The power rating of a full grown bullock a pure Indian draught breed is HP average is is Hp only. For draught animal technology to contribute to its full potential to farming, it needs to be backed up with suitable and relevant extension and training packages. This study investigated the effect of extension on farmers’ husbandry and management practices and field performance of draught horses in EN-Nhoud locality, West Kordofan State, : Elsamawal Khalil Makki, Fatima Elbasheer Eltayeb, Osman Abdelkarim Badri.
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Different issues that come up for analysis in this book are classified into SIX PARTS with contents spread over 36 chapters.1/5(1). Agricultural extension activity is important agrarian-political instrument of the state which stimulates the development of agricultural production.
Agricultural extension service has to be competent in agricultural skills, to communicate efficiently with producers and stimulate them to acquire new knowledge.The aim of this work is, for three rural communities in the district of Bobonaro -mountain area, irrigation plain and coastal zone - to identify and characterize the different roles that livestock and livestock species play in rural communities, highlighting the importance of animal production for the wellbeing and rural development, and.Draught Animal News No, (Nov.
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