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The CGPRT Feed Crops Supply/Demand and Potential/Constraints for their Expansion in South Asia: Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Bogor, Indonesia, September 3-4, 2002

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    Opening Address, by Nobuyoshi Maeno Prospect of Feed Crops to Support the Livestock Revolution in South Asia: Framework of the Study Project, by Budiman Hutabarat Prospects of Feed Crops in India, by P.S. Pathak Comments on CGPRT Report on Prospects of Feed Crops in India ֠A Country Report, by N.N. Singh Demand and Supply of Feed Crops in Nepal, by Bekha L. Maharjan Comments on Demand and Supply of Feed Crops and Potentials and Constraints for their Expansion in Nepal, by Shambu Bahadur Panday Prospects of Feed Crops in Pakistan. by A.G. Khan Comments on the Analysis of Potentials, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Constraints and Policy Options for Feed Crops Farming in Pakistan, by Abdul Majeed Haqqani CGPRT Feed Crops Supply/Demand and Potential/Constraints for their Expansion in South Asia ֠Sri Lankan Situation, by K.E. Karunatilake Comments on the CGPRT Feed Crops Supply/Demand and Potential/Constraints for their Expansion in South Asia ֠Sri Lankan Situation, by Hemachandra Samaratunga Utilization of Cassava/Tapioca in Animal Nutrition, by Uthai Kanto and Sukanya Juttupornpong The Demand for Animal Products, Animal Feeds and the Scope to Expand Feed Crops in the South Asian Region, by S.S.E. Ranawana Closing Remarks, by Kiran Pyakuryal

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    This book is provided by United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA) in its series Monographs with number 32734 and published in 2003.

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    Keywords: Feed crops; production; supply; consumption; demand; imports; exports; Demand and Price Analysis;

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