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 photo impression in the album on our facebook page.
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.
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To learn more about the previous dairy learning lab, find reports and documents on the dairy learning lab page.
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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
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!
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