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Assessment of Reproductive and Productive Traits, Management Practices and Constrains in Camel in South Kordofan State Sudan.

Assessment of Reproductive and Productive Traits, Management Practices and Constrains in Camel in South Kordofan State Sudan.

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Title: Assessment of Reproductive and Productive Traits, Management Practices and Constrains in Camel in South Kordofan State Sudan.
Author: Hamad, Dhamra
Abstract: The one humped camel (Camelus dromedarius) is a uniquely adapted domestic animal in arid and semiarid environment. About 85% of the camel population inhabits mainly eastern and northern Africa and the rest in the Indian subcontinent and Middle East counties. Somalia has the highest population (7.0 million) followed by Sudan (4.25 million) and Ethiopia (2.4 million camels) (FAO STAT, 2011). The percentage of livestock in South Kordofan State is 17.60%, within which the camel represent 11.23 %. Sudanese.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/24324
Date: 2015


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