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Exploration of Bale Oromo’s Indigenous Value Systems for Bringing up Children: The Case of Robe and Goba Towns
The ultimate purpose of this study was to explore the most important assumption and practices of value systems that Bale Oromo have accumulated through years for bringing up their children. In theExpand
Evaluation of Morphometric Differences among Indigenous Chicken Populations in Bale Zone, Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia
TLDR
Generally, there were morphological traits variations observed among the indigenous chicken populations across the study districts and between sexes, which suggest that there is an opportunity for genetic improvement through selection. Expand
Characterization of Pork Consumers and Preference for Quality Traits in Ethiopia
This study was carried out to characterize the socio-economic features of pork consumers, their preference for pork quality traits and motivational drivers to eat pork. Purposive and random samplingExpand
The Contribution of Livestock Production to Greenhouse Gases Emissions and the Possible Mitigation Strategies
This review was attempted to collect information on the contribution of livestock production  to greenhouse gases (GHGs) emission and the possible mitigation options. Animal  husbandry accounts forExpand
Factors Affecting Tax Compliance
The purpose of this paper is to go through previous studies in order to bring into light  those factors affecting tax compliance so as to help interested individuals and institutions get necessaryExpand
Feed Resources Potential and Nutritional Quality of Major Feed Stuffs in Raya Kobo District, North Wollo Zone, Ethiopia
Using multi-stage purposive sampling technique, 270 households who owned cattle were selected from three agro-ecologies to assess feed resources potential and to evaluate the nutritional qualityExpand
Productive and reproductive performances of indigenous chicken population and traits preference of smallholder farmers in Bale Zone, Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia
TLDR
The study suggested that there is an opportunity for genetic improvement through selection and there is a need of in-depth breed characterization and the relationship of trait preference of farmers/pastoralists with economical values of the traits. Expand
CHARACTERIZATION OF HUSBANDRY PRACTICES, ADOPTION AND IMPACT OF VILLAGE POULTRY TECHNOLOGY PACKAGES IN THE CENTRAL OROMIA REGION, ETHIOPIA
A Dissertation Submitted to College of Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture, Addis Ababa University for Fulfillment of the Requirement of Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Animal Production