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Pastoral Perceptions towards Livestock and Rangeland Management Practices in Kuraz District of South Omo Zone, South Western Ethiopia

@article{Worku2016PastoralPT,
  title={Pastoral Perceptions towards Livestock and Rangeland Management Practices in Kuraz District of South Omo Zone, South Western Ethiopia},
  author={B. Worku},
  journal={Journal of Natural Sciences Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={60-69}
}
  • B. Worku
  • Published 2016
  • Geography
  • Journal of Natural Sciences Research
The study was conducted in Kuraz district of south Omo Zone, South Nation nationalities people regional state (SNNPRS), with the objectives of assessing perception of pastoralists on livestock-rangeland management practices. The mean family size of the study district per household was 6.86, with very low education coverage 9.6%, which means 90.4% of the pastoralists were non-educated. Pastoralism (68.3%) and agro-pastoralism (31.7%) were the dominant production systems. The sale of livestock… Expand

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