Article published the February 28, 2019
Approximately sixty percent of rural households in developing countries are partially or fully dependent on livestock for their livelihoods . Livestock rearing provides the household with a wide range of benefits, such as cash income, food, manure, draft power and hauling services, savings and insurance, and social status . The livestock farming sector, including piggery r ...
Article published the March 21, 2015
Livestock represent a form of cash security of the livelihood strategies of many poor and disadvantaged rural and peri-urban communities in Ghana [1-3]. For farmers, livestock play a central role in their socio-economic and cultural identity and are a source of food, employment, food security and also assets for store or trade [4, 5]. Table 1 shows the current shortfalls, demand a ...
Participation in Forum on March 10, 2015
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Participation in Forum on December 5, 2014
To start a pig production, all you need already established research information that can help you make the right decisions. Pig production in Ghana occurs in many varied types of systems or facilities. These range from a pasture facility where pigs have little or no shelter and can move throughout a field, to one where pigs are totally confined. Swine need housing to keep them warm during cold te ...
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