• Cultural Conflicts with the Cattle Business in Zambia, Africa

      Larson, F. D. (Society for Range Management, 1966-11-01)
      African cattle production and marketing in Zambia is far below its favorable potential. Stubborn cultural impediments are slowly being overcome. The process involves two basic steps: (1) stimulating the economic wants of the cattle-owning people to the point where these wants become compelling; (2) improving production and marketing practices to the point that sales prices of cattle prove satisfying to the potential seller.
    • Need for a Range Management Approach for Nigerian Grasslands

      McKell, C. M.; Adegbola, A. A. (Society for Range Management, 1966-11-01)
      Development of extensive Nigerian grasslands should follow a range management philosophy. A range management approach offers the best solution for utilization of resources already at hand without the initial need for planting improved forage varieties, fertilization, complicated management schemes, etc. Research information is needed relative to utilizing existing grasslands that can also serve as a base for later development.