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Trypanotolerant livestock in west and central Africa. Vol. 2 - Country studies
The first volume of this report, "Trypanotolerant Livestock in West and Central Africa: General Study" presents information obtained by the study team on trypanotolerant cattle, sheep and goats in an integrated fashion covering the entire study area. Possibilities are also suggested for further evaluation and research work on the production potential, conservation, and utilization of these livestock breeds.

This second volume presents more detailed information on the trypanotolerant livestock found in each of the 18 countries of the study area, Senegal, The Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Mall, Upper Volta, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Gabon, Congo and Zaire. Each chapter includes background information on the specific country, livestock numbers and distribution, the information available on trypanotolerant cattle, sheep and goats, research and development activities and a selected bibliography. References which contain information on a number of countries are listed in a general bibliography at the end of the volume and a list of acronyms is also included.

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