Productivity of white fulani cattle on the jos plateau, Nigeria. iv. economic factors

  title={Productivity of white fulani cattle on the jos plateau, Nigeria. iv. economic factors},
  author={N. B. Pullan and R. J. Grindle},
  journal={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
All the herds surveyed were relatively unproductive as regards fertility, growth rates, offtake and milk production with the exception of one herd which received a significant amount of dry season supplementation. It is suggested that the provision of supplementary feeds would be a simple and relatively inexpensive method of improving traditional management. Tous les troupeaux observés ont été relativement improductifs quant à la fertilité aux taux de croissance, la distribution et la… CONTINUE READING
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