2 edition of Beef cattle production in the tropics found in the catalog.
Beef cattle production in the tropics
|Statement||edited by R.M. Murray and K.W. Entwistle.|
|Contributions||Murray, R. M. 1938-, Entwistle, K. W. 1938-, James Cook University of North Queensland. Dept. of Tropical Veterinary Science.|
|LC Classifications||SF196.T7 B44 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 373 p. :|
|Number of Pages||373|
|LC Control Number||82185506|
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As for crossbreeding, the indisputable attainment of the King ranch in producing the Santa Gertrudis breed for beef production in the tropics is rightly used by the author to indicate the possibilities of producing a similar dairy breed, and in this connection he cites the first tropical dairy breed of European X Zebu zebu Subject Category: Organism NamesCited by: 5.
I have recently purchased and read several books on the subject, and while this is an older book, Beef Cattle Production: An Integrated Approach is head and shoulders above the others for reference material covering a broad spectrum of subjects. From sire and dam selection, disease control, reproduction of purebred, cross-bred and commercial 5/5(2).
Cattle are the most numerous of the ruminant species in the tropics and provide the largest quantity of animal food products. More than one-third of the world's cattle are found in the tropics. Disease is the major factor which prohibits full utilization of these regions for cattle production.
BEEF CATTLE BREEDING IN THE TROPICS. Louise L. Setshwaelo Animal Production Research Unit, Private BagGaborone, Botswana. SUMMARY Beef cattle breeding policies and strategies in the tropics have changed over the years in an attempt to optimize production levels given constraints of climate and economic Size: 3MB.
This practical three-part handbook focuses on various aspects of dairy cattle production and farm management in tropical countries, especially in Africa. It is designed for producers and extension agents in the field and is specifically aimed at explaining essential aspects of dairy cattle production to extension staff.
The first part deals with economic concerns through a review of dairy Author: C. Meyer, J. Denis. Discover more about beef farming with our range of beef production books. Topics include breeding for disease resistance, caring for your cows and veterinary handbooks. Whether you are new to keeping cattle, a small-holder or have a larger scale farm, you will find all the answers to your questions in our books.
Beef cattle production in the tropics: course notes and selected references for short course on tropical cattle production held at the Department of Tropical Veterinary Science, James Cook University of North Queensland, Townsville, Australia, March-April / edited by R.M.
Murray and K.W. Entwistle James Cook University of North Queensland [Townsville, Qld.] TROPICAL BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT – Vol. III - Tropical Livestock: Production and Management - G. Morales ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) The Lamb, Goat and Pork Meat Industries Dairy Production in the Country Cattle Commercially Important Diseases Fisheries Glossary Bibliography Biographical.
Multi-purpose cattle. Cattle, in addition to producing milk and beef, can also help to alleviate the effects of the oil crisis. When a forage crop such as sugarcane is consumed by cattle, some 40 percent in terms of dry weight is excreted as faeces and urine.
Beef Cattle Production and Management Practices and Implications for Educators Abstract Beef producers need to continually incorporate new information and adopt new technology to effectively manage production costs.
Oklahoma State University began a. Beef Cattle Production and Trade covers all aspects of the beef industry from paddock to plate. It is an international text with an emphasis on Australian beef production, written by experts in the : Hardcover.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Payne, W.J.A. (William John Arthur). Cattle production in the tropics. London Longman, (OCoLC) Beef Cattle Production and Trade covers all aspects of the beef industry from paddock to plate. It is an international text with an emphasis on Australian beef production, written by experts in the field.
The book begins with an overview of the historical evolution of world beef consumption and introductory chapters on carcass and meat quality, market preparation and world beef production Cited by: NEW in paperback. Beef Cattle Production and Trade covers all aspects of the beef industry from paddock to plate.
It is an international text with an emphasis on Australian beef production, written by experts in the field. The book begins with an overview of the historical evolution of world beef consumption and introductory chapters on carcass and meat quality, market preparation and world Missing: tropics.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hill, Desmond, Cattle and buffalo meat production in the tropics. Harlow: Longman Scientific & Technical, This book provides the background to allow cattle producers to match their production environments with genetic, management, and marketing opportunities for sustainable beef production globally.
This logic and resulting considerations can then be tailored to address specific regional challenges and opportunities worldwide.
beef was highly valued by large countries including the U.S. Despite having large amounts of cattle and pastures, only % of the world’s beef is produced in the tropics.
The above ratio of / cattle per ha in Central America pales in comparison to the U.S. with cattle per ha. This might not mean much if eachFile Size: 1MB. attention as a means of increasing the output from beef cattle enterprises in the subtropics and tropics.
The export of breeds from Africa to other tropical and subtropical areas may be advantageous. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The assistance of C B Enslin, D S de Bruin and J C van der Walt is acknowledged.
REFERENCE ELS, D.L. File Size: 1MB. The success of intensive systems of dairy and beef production used throughout North America depends, in part, on the use of highly productive cattle that are Beef Cattle Science Handbook, Vol.
20 book. Beef Cattle Science Handbook, Vol. Genetic Attributes Required for Efficient Cattle Production in the : J. Frisch. Beef cattle. For beef cattle it has been clearly demonstrated that there are many pastoral areas in Africa, Australia and tropical America, where the European crossbred performs better than the local adapted cattle or the purebred European beef breed.
For instance, Sacker et al. (b) showed that Red Poll x Boran crossbred calves were. Introduction to Beef Production 2 Beef Facts Birth Weight - 60 to pounds Body temperature - °F (average) Feed to gain ratio - to Weaning weight - to pounds Slaughter weight - 1, to 1, pounds The History of Beef Cattle in the United States Beef cattle are not native to the United States.
ChristopherFile Size: 2MB.AND LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT IN TROPICAL AFRICA LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SYSTEMS AND LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT IN TROPICAL AFRICA. KIELER WISSENSCHAFTSVERLAG VAUK. Hans E. Jahnke Livestock Production Systems -id-Livestock Development in Tropical Africa The main aim of this book is to improve the planning base for.Nutrition and Feed Supplies: The provision of feed that is adequate both in quality and quantity and accessible to animals all year round is the most outstanding problem of livestock production in the tropics.
The natural range resources that form the primary source of nutrients have been observed to rapidly increase in nutritive value at the onset of rains and decline shortly thereafter.