Original Article

Production Practices, Constraints and Opportunities of Abergelle Goat Breed, Northern Ethiopia

Year: 2020 | Month: October | Volume 10 | Issue 5

References (14)

1.Alemu,T. and Amare, B. 2016. Adaptation trial of oat (Avena sativa) varieties in Dehana district, northern Ethiopia. J. Anim. Res., 6(1): 15?20.

View at Google Scholar

2.Alemu, T. Seifu E. and Bezabih A. 2015. Postharvest handling, opportunities and constraints to honey production in northern Ethiopia. Livest. Res. Rural Dev., 27 (91). http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd27/5/tewo27091.html

View at Google Scholar

3.Alemu, T. Seifu E. and Bezabih A. 2017. Honeybee production practices in Sekota district, northern Ethiopia. African J. Rural Dev., 2(2): 263-275.

View at Google Scholar

4.AWAO, 2012. Abergelle district agriculture office annual report (working paper). Abergelle District Agriculture Office, Abergelle, Ethiopia, pp. 34.

View at Google Scholar

5.Alemayehu, N. 1994. Characterization of indigenous goat types and husbandry practices in Northern Ethiopia. MSc. Thesis, Alemaya University of Agriculture, Alemaya, Ethiopia.

View at Google Scholar

6.Belay, D. 2008. Growth, reproductive performance and carcass characteristics of Abergelle and central highland goat types under traditional management in Sekota district. MSc. Thesis, Haramaya University, Dire Dawa, Ethiopia.

View at Google Scholar

7.CSA, 2011. Central statistical agency, livestock sample survey of 2010-2011. Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, pp. 25-29.

View at Google Scholar

8.Dereje, A. 2004. Preliminary survey of livestock production systems in Ziquala district, Wag-himira zone of Amhara regional state. MSc. Thesis, Haramaya University, Dire Dawa, Ethiopia.

View at Google Scholar

9.FAO, 2004. Food and agriculture organization of the united nations, livestock sector brief: Ethiopia. Livestock information, sector analysis and policy branch (AGAl), FAO, Rome Italy.

View at Google Scholar

10.Halima, H.M. Baum B., Rischkowsky and Tibbo M. 2012. Phenotypic characterization of Ethiopian indigenous goat populations. Afri. J. Biotechnol., 11(73): 13838– 13846.

View at Google Scholar

11.Lijalem Abebaw, Tewodros Alemu, Leuelseged Kassa, Aynalem Haile and Getachew Legese, 2017. Value chain analysis of Abergelle goat breed, northern Ethiopia. Abyssinia J. Sci. Technol., 2(1): 30-39.

View at Google Scholar

12.Tewodros A. 2010. Honey bee production practices and honey quality in Sekota district, Wag-himra zone, Ethiopia. The case of Sekota district, MSc thesis, Haramaya University, Haramaya.

View at Google Scholar

13.Tewodros Alemu, Eyassu Seifu and Amsalu Bezabih, 2013. Physicochemical properties of honey produced in Sekota district, northern Ethiopia. Int. Food Res. J., 20(6): 3061-3067.

View at Google Scholar

14.WNAZ, 2012. Waghimera nationality administrative zone annual report (working paper). Waghimera nationality administrative zone, Sekota, Ethiopia, pp. 56-58.

View at Google Scholar

@ Journal of Animal Research | In Association with Association of Mastitis

3881659 - Visitors since March 23, 2019