livestock report
2006
   
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2006
   
 

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Contents

Foreword

Acknowedgements

Authors

global perspective

Old players, new players
Henning Steinfeld and Pius Chilonda

Underneath the Livestock Revolution
Achilles Costales, Pierre Gerber and Henning Steinfeld

Managing transboundary animal disease
Jonathan Rushton, Anni McLeod and Juan Lubroth

The future of small scale dairying
Anthony Bennett, Frederic Lhoste, Jay Crook and Joe Phelan

Animal genetic resources - time to worry?
Irene Hoffmann and Beate Scherf

regional perspective

Asian Livestock benefiting from innovation
David Hall

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