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Publication Code: 
FR2017-04
Date Released: 
22/03/2017
ISBN: 
9781863200134
Author(s): 
Dr Simon Quigley, Neal Dalgliesh, Dr Scott Waldron, Assoc Prof Elske van de Fliert, Calisto da Costa Varela, Latino Coimbra, Celestino Goncalves Talo Mali, Yuliaty, Dr Vicente de Paulo Corriea, Adelino do Rego, Alipio de Almeida, Dr Acacio Amaral, Eric Thorne-George

Final Report + Appendix 1-8

1 Situation analysis
2 Markets and policy
3 Forage evaluation
4 Cattle production
5 Creep feeding
6 Cattle handling infrastructure
7 Training of trainers
8 Theses abstracts for Master’s students

Publication Code: 
FR2017-01
Date Released: 
31/01/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-96-9
Author(s): 
Monica van Wensveen, Rakhmat Rahman, Syamsu Bahar, Jeff Corfield, Clemens Grunbuhel, Shaun Lisson, Marsetyo, Cam McDonald, Asmuddin Natsir, Rusnadi Padjung, Bruce Pengelly, Muslim Salam and Liana Williams.
Publication Code: 
FR2014-09
Date Released: 
10/07/2014
ISBN: 
978 1 925133 26 4
Author(s): 
Prof. John Howieson, Pieter Conradie, Neil Ballard, Gideon Jordaan

Final report for  LPS/2004/022: Pasture development for community livestock production in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa

Fact sheet cover
Publication Code: 
FS023
Author(s): 
ACIAR
Publication Code: 
PR010
Date Released: 
20/08/1985
ISBN: 
0 949511 17 X
Author(s): 
CopIand, J. W.

proceedings of an international workshop held at James Cook University, Townsville, Qld, Australia, 10-16 July 1985.

Publication Code: 
PR007
Date Released: 
05/06/1985
ISBN: 
0 949511 10 2
Author(s): 
Copland, J.W,

proceedings of a workshop held at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 6-8 February 1984.

The aims of the workshop Goat Production and Research in the Tropics were: firstly to identify the major problems facing the goat industries in developing countries: secondly, to understand Australia’s comparative advantage in goat research: and finally, to identify potential topics, operating institutions and scientists around which ACIAR might develop collaborative research proposals.

Publication Code: 
FR2010-21
Date Released: 
21/11/2010
ISBN: 
978 1 921738 35 7
Author(s): 
Phonepaseuth Phengsavanh, Soukanh Keonouchanh, Viengsavanh Phimphachanvongsod and Ammaly Phengvilaysouk (Livestock Research Center, NAFRI, Lao PDR) and John Kopinski (DEEDI, Australia)

Final report for project AH/2004/046, Forage legumes for supplementing village pigs in Lao PDR.

Publication Code: 
TR074
Date Released: 
21/07/2010
ISBN: 
ISBN 978 1 921738 02 9 (print), ISBN 978 1 921738 03 6 (online)
Author(s): 
Ian W. Patrick, Graham R. Marshall, I.G.A.A. Ambarawati and Muktasam Abdurrahman

This study provides evidence of the importance of social capital in the process of alleviating poverty through rural development initiatives, particularly with respect to Indonesian smallholders accessing cattle market opportunities.

Publication Code: 
MN142
Date Released: 
12/05/2010
ISBN: 
ISBN 978 1 921615 76 4 (print) ISBN 978 1 921615 77 1 (online)
Author(s): 
John Connell, Werner Stür and Peter Horne

Copublished by ACIAR and CIAT (International Center for Tropical Agriculture), this book recounts the stories of innovative farmers, both men and women, who transformed marginal farming into productive, profitable and market-oriented enterprises.

Publication Code: 
TR072
Date Released: 
01/06/2010
ISBN: 
978 1 921615 90 0 (print) 978 1 921514 89 4 (online)
Author(s): 
John Thompson, Rod Polkinghorne, Alan Gee, Dan Motiang, Phillip Strydom, Mpho Mashau, Jones Ng’ambi, Rietta deKock and Heather Burrow

ACIAR supports research on improving the competitiveness and profitability of smallholder cattle producers in the Republic of South Africa. The consumer research presented in this report highlights the potential for smallholder producers of indigenous cattle to gain a share of markets currently dominated by grain-fed beef from feedlots.

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