• Expanding Horizons in Worldwide Range Management

      Pearse, C. K. (Society for Range Management, 1966-11-01)
      Range management must play an increasingly important role in the efforts of the developing countries to increase their output of livestock products. Technical assistance to guide improvement in the management and use of range and pasture resources can best be provided by international organizations. It is essential to establish a philosophy of range management based on sound ecological principles and shared by a body of dedicated range specialists in each of the countries. Gaining acceptance of such a doctrine, and building up such a body of specialists, then becomes the real objective of technical assistance in range management.
    • 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.