Posted By in AgriProFocus Tanzania
Posted 22 December 2016 at 02:03

Reports of Dairy Learning Lab Kagera

The report of the Dairy Learning Labs held between 28 November and 2 December 2016 in Kagera region, Tanzania are available. AgriProFocus likes to thank the organisers for their effort in organising the events and especially in making a Swahili translation of the report. 

Find Swahili report here

Find photo impression in the album on our facebook page. 

Posted By in AgriProFocus Tanzania
Posted 25 June 2015 at 04:25

Cow Health and Reproduction

This week we had the first Dairy Learning Lab on Cow Health and Reproduction, hosted by LITA Tengeru near Arusha. Find reports and docs at this page:


Posted By in Dairy Learning Lab Uganda
Posted 5 May 2015 at 08:45

Register for the next dairy learning lab- 29th & 30th June 2015

AgriProFocus Uganda in partnership with SNV and Reline are organising the next dairy learning which will take place on 29th & 30th June 2015 in Mbarara district. The topic of learning and exchange will be “Cow health & Reproduction”.

Find more details in the fact sheet.

Would you like to be part of this activity? Kindly fill in your details on this form.

To learn more about the previous dairy learning lab, find reports and documents on the dairy learning lab page.

For any inquiries, contact me at snatukunda@agriprofocus.com

Posted By in Dairy Learning Lab Uganda
Posted 23 March 2015 at 09:47

Report Dairy learning lab

Find reports and documents on the pilot dairy learning lab here

Posted By in Dairy Learning Lab Uganda
Posted 19 March 2015 at 01:10

Dairy learning lab Uganda

We had a successful dairy learning lab; the link below leads you to a pictorial of dairy learning lab activities for March 2015.

Photos of the dairy learning lab

Roel Snelder Great in the Netherlands we call that 'feet in the clay'

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Posted By in Dairy - Worldwide
Posted 19 March 2015 at 10:46

Feed value of range pasture in Kayunga

Sylvia Natukunda from Uganda is sharing with us info she found online on the feed value of roughages in Kayunga district, Uganda. In 2012, natural grasses were analysed from 8 spots in the wet season and 15 spots in the dry season. The research found that wet season grass contains 90,76 dry matter and dry season grass 89,70%. This is very strange as in our dairy learning lab dry matter of fresh grass was said to be around 20-25 % and hay about 80-85%. The reported feeding value is in both cases 1,7 Mcal/kg or 7,11 Megajoules/kg of dry matter.


Find more info by following the link to an online powerpoint


Posted By in Dairy Learning Lab Uganda
Posted 9 March 2015 at 01:00

5 Spaces left! Dairy learning lab Uganda!

Sign up for the Dairy learning lab Uganda; We promise exposure to technologies in fodder management and a wealth of exchange on the subject. The lab will take place on 11th and 12th March, don't miss out!

Contact me for further details; snatukunda@agriprofocus.com.

Stephen Senkomago Musoke Sylvia I am unable to join the lab however can you share the training materials if available in soft copy?

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Sylvia Natukunda- Mwesigwa Hi Stephen, you can find a wealth of information; videos and training manuals under the link "roughage for dairy tools" on this page. We will also share an activity report.

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