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Strategic wet season supplementation of traditionally managed N'Dama cows using sesame cake produced in Gambian villages

  • D. A. Little (a1), J. C. Tanner (a1), E. Sonko (a1) and E. Saho (a1)
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Agyemang, K., Jeannin, P., Grieve, A. S., Bah, M. L. and Dwinger, R. H. 1988. Milk extraction for human consumption from N'Dama cattle under village management conditions in The Gambia. In Livestock production in tsetse affected areas of Africa. Proceedings of ILCA/ILRAD meeting, Nairobi, 1987, pp. 231245.
Jeannin, P., Dwinger, R. H., Agyemang, K. and Grieve, A. S. 1987. Epidemiological investigations on N'Dama cattle in The Gambia. Proceedings of the 19th meeting of International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control, Lome, Togo (OAU/STRC, Nairobi, Kenya), pp. 222233.
Little, D. A., Riley, J. A., Agyemang, K., Jeannin, P., Grieve, A. S., Badji, B. and Dwinger, R. H. 1991. Effect of groundnut cake supplementation during the dry season on productivity characteristics of N'Dama cows under village husbandry conditions in The Gambia. Tropical Agriculture, Trinidad In press.

Strategic wet season supplementation of traditionally managed N'Dama cows using sesame cake produced in Gambian villages

  • D. A. Little (a1), J. C. Tanner (a1), E. Sonko (a1) and E. Saho (a1)

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