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Live weight and growth of Barotse cattle in Western Province

Jan-Paul Wagenaar

Live weight and growth of Barotse cattle in Western Province

by Jan-Paul Wagenaar

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Published by RDP Livestock Services B.V. in [Lusaka?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zambia,
  • Western Province
    • Subjects:
    • Barotse cattle -- Zambia -- Western Province -- Weight.,
    • Barotse cattle -- Zambia -- Western Province -- Growth.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJan-Paul Wagenaar, Luuk Schoonman.
      ContributionsSchoonman, Luuk., Zambia. Dept. of Veterinary and Tsetse Control Services., Livestock Development Project Western Province (Zambia), Zambia. Dept. of Agriculture.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSF199.B36 W34 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination23 leaves :
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1075426M
      LC Control Number93980935

      The Yao (Ajawa) live in Niassa Province. The Makonde live mainly along the Rovuma River. Other northern groups are the Nguni (who also live in the far south) and the Maravi. South of the Zambezi, the main group is the Tsonga (about 23%), who have figured prominently as . This means that the productivity of shallot (production per hectare) which is higher can result in higher seed availability, so it is possible to obtain a relatively large production and income. Most households (%) have dairy cattle with an average of 2 dairy cattle and a .

      Chapter One— Law Enforcement and Race Attitudes in a Slave-Owning Society: The Dutch Settlement at the Cape – The modern legal system in South Africa today, with its flourishing legal profession, bustling courts, vast prison population and busy gallows, had its humble beginnings in the small refreshment station established by the Dutch East India Company at the Cape in For example, in Western Province where we have lost a cattle population from million to ,, with that, we have also lost the oxen, and therefore, we have lost the access to animal drag power and this must be recreated.

      districts of the Eastern Province, in Buganda, Bunyoro and the Western Province. Description-This is an unusually slender, attenuated snake which attains to a considerable length, 8 feet at least, and which may on occasion reach a1 feet or even longer. The evidence . In the Caucasian Province of Georgia, when a drought has lasted long, marriageable girls are yoked in couples with an ox-yoke on their shoulders, a priest holds the reins, and thus harnessed they wade through rivers, puddles, and marshes, praying, screaming, weeping, and laughing. J. Reinegg, Beschreibung des Kaukasus, ii.


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