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Improving Technical Assistance in Range Management in Developing CountriesImproving technical assistance in range management abroad requires a consistent orientation which takes fully into account major obstacles in lesser developed countries. It demands participation of technicians well qualified to analyse and deal with problems at various levels.
Microdigestion of Grazed Annual Forage, Clipped Herbage, and Standard Samples by Cattle and SheepMicrodigestion estimates were correlated with macrodigestion estimates obtained by lignin ratio technique under grazing or total collection procedures under dry-lot feeding. Over all techniques the correlation was about 0.72. Forages grazed by either cattle or sheep in midsummer were more disgestible than those grazed in early or late summer.