By P. L. Pellet, V. R. Young (auth.), E. F. Thomson, F. S. Thomson (eds.)
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And Mokbel, M. 1986. Availability of home-produced wheat, milk products and meat to sheep-owning families at the cultivated margin of the NW Syrian steppe. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 19: 113-121. Valdes, A. and Zietz, J. 1980. Agricultural Protection in OECD Countries: Its Cost to Less-Developed Countries. IFPRI Research Report 21. , USA. F Thomson and FS. Thomson (eds), Increasing Small Ruminant Productivity in Semi-arid Areas 1988 ICARDA. F. Nygaard and P. Amir Introduction The importance of animals to people and the role of small ruminants in farm families in developing countries is well documented_ They "can obtain their nourishment from grasses and other fibrous forage which people cannot directly utilize.
The first example is drawn from a farming systems research project in Tunisia conducted by INRAT (the Tunisian Institute for Agricultural Research) in collaboration with ICARDA. The emphasis of the program is the integration of the livestock and cropping enterprises on mixed farming systems in Northern Tunisia. In an evaluation of the project after 3 years of research, livestock scientists documented the pervasive feed problem in the region, and in their own research they were giving particular priority to the seasonal shortfall in feed supplies.
Increasing Small Ruminant Productivity in Semi-arid Areas: Proceedings of a Workshop held at the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, Aleppo, Syria, 30 November to 3 December 1987 by P. L. Pellet, V. R. Young (auth.), E. F. Thomson, F. S. Thomson (eds.)