Exploring the potential of bamboo leaf fodder for livestock production in Ghana

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Exploring the potential of bamboo leaf fodder for livestock production in Ghana

Ghana

2016
2016

This project promotes the integrating of bamboo leaf fodder as a viable option for livestock production in Ghana. To identify the promotion potential of bamboo, this study looks into the nutrient composition of bamboo leafs, consumption patterns of animals, the effects of bamboo fodder on health as well as the socio-economic perspectives of bamboo fodder use. The outcomes of this study will provide a valuable insight into the nutrient potential of bamboo to the livestock industry in Ghana.

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