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Agriculture and farming

Agriculture and farming


    This Guide gives individual dairy farmers proactive guidance on how these objectives can be achieved on their farm. The Guide to good dairy farming practice has been written in a practical format for dairy farmers engaged in the production of milk from any dairy species. When adopted, it will support the production and marketing of safe, quality-assured milk and dairy products. The Guide focuses on the relationship between consumer safety and economic, social and environmental management at the farm level. The Guide contains many individual practices that contribute to good dairy farming practice, covering the key aspects of animal health, milk hygiene, nutrition, welfare, the environment and socio-economic management

  •  Poultry Farming In Nigeria & The Secrets of Making Millions

    This material covers poultry farming and types predominant in Nigeria, the cost of starting a poultry farm in Nigeria as well as the cost of feeding as well as selling in Nigeria

  •  Small scale poultry production

    This manual provides a comprehensive and valuable technical guide for those in government service or aid agencies, wishing to embark on projects that exploit the potential of small-scale poultry production to improve the livelihoods of the rural poor. All aspects of small-scale poultry production are discussed in this book including feeding and nutrition, housing, general husbandry and flock health. Regional differences in production practices are described


    This publication is an introduction to the best practices and basic principles of running a dairy parlour. However, it is by no means the complete authority on what it takes to be a successful milk producer. Milk South Africa trusts that this book and its contents will contribute to the promotion of our dairy industry and more particularly, to support our new dairy entrepreneurs in becoming successful partners of the industry

  • A New Guide to Fish Farming in Kenya

    By Charles C. Ngugi, James R. Bowman and Bethuel O. Omolo
    This manual therefore seeks to make an updated introduction to the basic concepts of fish farming in Kenya available to all who need it

  • Manual on Household Based Pond Aquaculture, Homestead Gardening and Nutrition Awareness

    By World Fish center Bangladesh
    The lack of proper knowledge about cultivation technologies and practices, farmers are not getting optimum production and are thus being deprived from full economic benefit as well. In order to address this issue, the CSISA-BD project has developed this training manual for ‘Household based pond aquaculture, homestead gardening and nutrition awareness’.


    This handbook gives the basic information new catfish farmers need to get through their first production season with minimum problems. Although there is no guarantee against a catastrophic loss, the new catfish farmer can certainly reduce the chances of such a loss by following the production methods outlined.

  • Small-scale freshwater fish farming

    By Assiah van Eer, Ton van Schie and Aldin Hilbrands
    This Agrodok aims at providing basic information on how to set up a small-scale fish farm for subsistence purposes with regard to daily protein needs.

  • Manual on Catfish Hatchery and Production

    By Kamthorn Potongkam and Jim Miller
    A guide for small to medium scale Hatchery to farm producers in Nigeria.


    By Robert M. Durborow, Ph.D.
    This publication compiles the best works of aquaculture biologists from several states and puts them into one manual for convenient referencing and explains catfish farming in a manner customized for Kentucky residents


    By David Kahan The purpose of this guide is to provide a better understanding of the concept and practice of entrepreneurship. With this understanding it is hoped that extension workers will be better able to help farmers develop the skills and spirit of an entrepreneur. It is part of a series of booklets on farm business management designed to help extension workers support farmers.

  • The State of Food and Agriculture Innovation in family farming

    By FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS The State of Food and Agriculture 2014: Innovation in family farming analyses family farms and the role of innovation in ensuring global food security, poverty reduction and environmental sustainability.

  • Training manual for ORGANIC AGRICULTURE

    By NRC and TECA ganic agriculture is an integrated production management system which promotes and enhances agro-ecosystem health, including biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity. This material is a guide to this type of farming

  • Solutions for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems

    By the Thematic Group on Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network The report aims to outline principles for developing more specific solutions that are adaptable to local realities. Perhaps the only commonality of agricultural systems worldwide is that they provide that most critical resource, food. Beyond this, agricultural systems are incredibly diverse, with crops, livestock, climates, soils, tools, and technology varying from country to country and even farm to farm. Therefore, we have tried our best to avoid generic prescriptions of any kind. One-size-fits-all solutions are unlikely to work and solutions will need to be tailored to address regional and site-specific barriers to sustainability. This adaptation process will require the engagement of diverse stakeholders and sectors.

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