Animal Draught Technology
An annotated bibliography
An important and useful guide to the widely scattered literature on a subject of increasing importance - over 300 annotated items.
|1. Introduction 1|
|2. Acknowledgements 2|
|1. Choice of Technology 3|
|1. Policy Issues 3|
|2. Physical and Technical Issues 4|
|2. Situation Analysis - Impact, Adoption & Diffusion 6|
|3- The Technology of Animal Draught Use 8|
|1. Tillage Techniques, Implements and Harnessing 8|
|2. Draught Capacity, Training, Nutrition and|
|General Management 10|
|1. Choice of Technology 12|
|2. Situation Analysis 28|
|'5. Technology of Animal Draught Use 42|
|3.1 Tillage Techniques, Implements and Harnessing 42|
|3.2 Draught Capacity, Training, Nutrition and|
|General Management 59|
|4. General 73|
David Gibbon has 40 years experience in agriculture and rural development research and education, in both the South and the North, with a particular interest in low external input farming and livelihood systems research. He specialises in farming systems and participatory research approaches focusing on using learning and action methods in research programmes
The environmental ecology of oxen used for draught power
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Rural mechanisation: a review of processes, policies, practice and literature
Gass, G. M.
Biggs, Stephen D.
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Role and potential of draught cows in tropical farming systems: A review
Matthewman, Richard W.
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