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Fodder shrubs increase milk production

Around 200,000 dairy farmers in East Africa have planted fodder shrubs, and are reporting an increase in milk yields of at least 1-2 litres per animal per day. Nine shrub varieties are now available for different ecosystems in the region.
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Dear Edwin You may like to try emailing the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) for more information: worldagroforestry@cgiar.org or Seed Co Ltd at kassim.owino@agriseed.co.ke
posted by: Charlotte Rawding - New Agriculturist (12:48:31 Wed 19th June 2013)

I am very impressed by what I have read. How can I get my hands on calliandra trichandra and mulberry? I live in Kiambu Banna Hill area.
posted by: edwin (12:24:52 Wed 19th June 2013)



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