Livestock CRP Priority Country Project proposal
Livestock CRP Priority Country Project proposal.
This plan outlines key components of what the Livestock CRP will be proposing as a 3-year project to consolidate CRP research to date and translate it into a pilot integrated package of interventions. The project will generate evidence needed to attract development investment to take the intervention to scale by national development partners. The plan is expected to benefit from input from national partners and to be adapted accordingly as the detailed plan is finalized.
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Title: Performances of highland sheep under community-based breeding program in Atsbi Wenberta District, Tigray, Ethiopia Author(s)Regassa, MengestuDate: 2018-02-15Type: ThesisStatus: Open accessThis study was conducted in three PAs namely Habes, Golgolnealea and Gebrekidan of Atsbi Wenberta district of Tigray Region, Ethiopia, aimed at evaluating productive and reproductive performances of Highland sheep under ...
Title: Performance evaluation of Bonga rams and their progenies in different agro-ecologies of southern Ethiopia Date: 2018-05-15Type: ThesisStatus: Open accessMonitoring studies in four selected districts of southern Ethiopia were conducted from October 2016 and June 2017 on whole sampled households with general objective of evaluating performances of Bonga rams and its progenies ...
Title: Managing rangelands: promoting sustainable forage-grass species: Lasiurus sindicus Henrard: a promising, drought-tolerant, tussocky perennial grass suitable for pasture development in desert areas Author(s)Kumawat, R.N.; Misra, Arun K.; Louhaichi, Mounir (International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), 2019-01-25)Date: 2019-01-25Type: BriefStatus: Open accessThis is a factsheet about Sewan grass (Lasiurus sindicus) that Popularly known as the king of the desert, sewan grass is remarkably well adapted to the desert. High water-use efficiency enables this native grass to maximize ...