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Technology Options for Sustainable Livestock Production in India Proceedings of the Workshop on Documentation, Adoption, and Impact of Livestock Technologies in India ICRISAT-Patancheru, India 18–19 January 2001



introduction and overview of the conclusions (Birthal, P.S.; Rao, P.P); economic contributions of the livestock subsector in India (Birthal, P.S.; Rao, P.P.); technological change in India's livestock subsector: evidence and issues (Birthal, P.S); cross breeding of indigenous Indian cattle with exotic breeds to increase milk production: a critical analysis (Kurup, M.P.G.); milk production technology and its impact on dairying in Tamil Nadu (Dhas, R.A.C.); impact of mechanization on draught animal power use in agriculture (Singh, G.); livestock technologies for small farm systems (Arya, H.P.S.; Yadav, M.P.; Tiwari, R.); technological developments in the poultry subsector (Singh, R.V.; Saxena, V.K.; Sharma, D.); goats in India: status and technological possibilities for improvement (Kumar, S.; Pant, K.P.); enhancing productivity of sheep: technology dimensions (Khan, B.U.; Arora, A.L.; Sharma, R.C.); conservation of farm animals in India: challenges and strategies (Sahai, R.); potential of nutritional technologies in improving livestock productivity (Singh, K.; Prasad, C.S.); Oilseed cakes for improving animal nutrition (Hegde, D.M.); status of forage breeding technologies in India (Melkania, N.P.; Shukla, G.P.); potential technologies and management interventions for improving the productivity of grasslands (Pathak, P.S.); conversion from free range grazing to managed feeding: technological and institutional issues (Puskur, R.); food processing technologies for the sustained growth of dairying (Mathur, B.N.; Jha, A.)

Topics: Agriculture-Farming, Production, Technology, Economics
Publisher: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:oar.icrisat.org:370

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