Economic Development, Institutions, and Technique Change: Intensification of Cattle-feeding Techniques by the Giriama of Kenya's Coast Province, Volume 2
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1996 - 732 pages
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case-study homesteads case-study village cassava cattle enterprise cattle keepers cattle were herded Cattle-Enterprise Survey June Coast Province coconut palms commercial-dairy enterprises cost cows crop and tree dairy cattle feed items feed sources Feed-Type Category feeding techniques four homesteads Giriama grazing head of homestead head's hectares herder-grazing technique herding points homestead head homestead No.7 homestead plot homestead was interviewed individual feed suppliers instances interactions K.Sh Kaloleni Kenya Kilifi District land for herder-grazing land for tethered-grazing land owner Leucaena long-dry season maize bran maize stalks means of access Mijikenda minute walk Mombasa multiple-output enterprise Napier grass natural vegetation neighbors No.l off-farm operators personal relationship planted cattle feeds private-action sector purchased cattle feeds purchased feeds resource-user group specialized planted cattle specialized purchased cattle species of natural stall-fed stall-feeding technique Survey June 1992 Swahili Table tethering spots title deeds tree by-products use-instances Weekly-Feeds Survey July you(pl zebu cattle zebu-dairy cross