animal husbandry

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They are also considering possibilities for in-vestments, especially in the sectors of stock breeding, forestry, fruit and vegetables processing, construction and infrastructure.
It had several aims; to encourage excellence on stock breeding, to promote discoveries in arable farming and to encourage the development of new and improved agricultural implements.
Most of the money are intended for growing vegetables, stock breeding and organic production.
achieving sustainable and long-term use of wetland natural resources in sectors such as agriculture, stock breeding, fishing, aquaculture, salt extraction and building materials;
The destructive attacks targeted the headquarters of the Kasserine-North delegation, the youth centre, the Higher Institute of Technological Studies and the Stock Breeding Board.
AK Party MP Ali Bayramoglu, Chairman of Turkey-Uganda Interparliamentary Friendship Group, who also made a brief statement at the meeting noted that Uganda had an important potential regarding underground, surface, agriculture and stock breeding resources.
The first four parts look at: collecting and hunting, stock breeding and arable farming; three sacramental foods (oil, bread and wine); bread and cakes; wine; fish; and poultry.
In an effort to understand how industries, particularly those with complex supply chains, respond to a rapidly changing marketplace, the authors (all Canadian, but no academic, professional or government affiliations given) work from questionnaires to determine how producers have worked through such issues as stock breeding and grazing, precision feeding, high tech processing, cold chain logistics and food safety.
Using modern scientific technology, Bangkok Ranch's fully integrated line extends from stock breeding to value added processing and NPD.
New plant varieties and mixes are continually being developed; soil analysis methods are improving; the range of fertilisers and herbicides is extending; stock breeding for particular characteristics is unremitting.
At the start of the crisis may poultry farms were closed, based on data from the animal husbandry directorate genera, out of 101 parent stock breeding farms in 1997 only 22 remained in 1998 and the survivors could operate only at 20%-30% of their capacity.