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Assessment Of Cattle Husbandry Practices In Burji Woreda, Segen Zuria Zone Of SNNPRS,

@inproceedings{Guyo2014AssessmentOC,
  title={Assessment Of Cattle Husbandry Practices In Burji Woreda, Segen Zuria Zone Of SNNPRS,},
  author={S. Huka Guyo and Berhan Tamir and Bale Robe},
  year={2014}
}
This study was conducted to assess cattle husbandry practices in the crop-livestock production system areas of the highland and mid- altitude and pastoralists in the lowlands of Burji woreda of Segen Zurea zone of southern Ethiopia. The cattle husbandry practices were assessed based on one time field visit, questionnaire survey and focus group discussions in highland, mid-altitude and lowland altitude. A total of 100 farmers were selected randomly from 10 peasant associations, which are… 
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