IssUEs OF RUMInAnT InTEGRATIOn WITH OIL PALM PLAnTATIOn

@inproceedings{ZamriSaad2015IssUEsOR,
  title={IssUEs OF RUMInAnT InTEGRATIOn WITH OIL PALM PLAnTATIOn},
  author={M Zamri-Saad},
  year={2015}
}
The National Agricultural Policy identified integration of ruminant with plantation as an important strategy to increase beef production. Thus, the nationaI beef production was forecasted to increase from 9500 t in 2005 to 20 200 t in 2010 while the numbers of cattle should reach 1 million by 2015. This follows integration of 739 600 ha of plantation with ruminant. A further increase to 2.2 million hectares for livestock integration should spearhead beef production towards self-sufficiency… CONTINUE READING

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