Rangeland Ecology and Management: Recent submissions

  • Demissie, Girma; Nume, Sissay; Tesfaye, Yilma (ETHIOPIAN WILDLIFE AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY, 1996)
    The commencement of the Important Bird Areas (IBAs) Project in April 1995 opened a new chapter in the Conservation for Survival agenda of our revitalized Society. The importance of the IBA project to the nation in general ...
  • ቴዎድሮስ, ሙላቱ (በአፋር ብሔራዊ ክልላዊ መንግሥት በወጣቶች በፖርትትና ባህል ሚኒስቴርና በዋልታ ኢንፎርሜሽን ማዕከል, 1996)
  • Assefa, Getnet; Hailu, Biruk; GuerneBleich, Emmanuelle; Mengistu, Alemayehu (Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization, 2013)
    Agriculture is the main means of livelihood in Ethiopia and livestock contributes about 43.5% of the agricultural GDP (NABC, 2010). Livestock production systems in Ethiopia can be broadly categorized into mixed ...
  • MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE (MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, 1980)
    Livestock play a major role in Ethiopian agriculture. Cattle, sheep anc. goats produce milk, meat and hides for the farm families of the Ethiopian highlands. For the subsistence highland farmer, draught oxen are the ...
  • Yami, Alemu; Assefa, Getnet; Gizachew, Lemma (Ethiopian Society of Animal Production, 2015)
    Grasslands, which refer to ecosystems whose dominant vegetation is made up of herbaceous species, are the most conspicuous forms of land use in Ethiopia. They stretch from the cool temperate highlands to the hot humid ...
  • IBRAHIM, KAMAL M. (INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH, 2003)
    Range management is a unique science and profession. It deals with soil-plant-animal interrelationships and the economic aspects of managing natural forage resources. Therefore, it requires utilization of knowledge in ...

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