Livestock and Livelihoods, the Indian Context
Foundation Books, 2004 - 138 pages
Livestock and Livelihoods: The Indian Context discusses livestock rearing in India, in realtion to changes in the conomy and policies of the government. The issues range from traditional practices in animal rearing, effect of colonial and post-colonial practices to the current policies. It also discusses methods to promote sustainable biodiversity and alternative systems of veterinary care.
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Patterns of Livestock rearing
Major Forest based Livestock Systems in India
The Coastal Regions
Institutions Created by the British
Land Grant Institutions and Beyond
Seeing the Poor and their Livelihoods through
Technology which Terminates
Maintaining the Diversity of Grasslands
Framework for An Alternate Policy
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