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Forage options for smallholder crop-animal systems in Southeast Asia: working with farmers to find solutions

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  • Stur, W. W.
  • Horne, P. M.
  • Gabunada Jr., F. A.
  • Phengsavanh, P.
  • Kerridge, P. C.

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  • Stur, W. W. & Horne, P. M. & Gabunada Jr., F. A. & Phengsavanh, P. & Kerridge, P. C., 2002. "Forage options for smallholder crop-animal systems in Southeast Asia: working with farmers to find solutions," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 71(1-2), pages 75-98.
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    1. Devendra, C. & Thomas, D. & Jabbar, M. A. & Kudo, H, 1997. "Improvement of livestock production in crop-animal systems in the rainfed agro-ecological zones of South-East Asia," Research Reports 208757, International Livestock Research Institute.
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