3 edition of report on Elangata Wuas Group Ranch survey, 1979 found in the catalog.
report on Elangata Wuas Group Ranch survey, 1979
I. K. ole Pasha
|Statement||by I.K. ole Pasha.|
|Contributions||International Livestock Centre for Africa.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 90/05139 (S)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||81980291|
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Flock sizes fairly large to large and average about head on Elangata Wuas group ranch in south-central Kenya. Flock structure is related to meat, fat and milk production: females per cent ( per cent breeding); males per cent ( per cent entire >.
Litter size: (n=) at Elangata Wuas group ranch, increasing from at first to at fourth parity, declining thereafter. Annual reproductive rate: Figure Masai sheep at Elangata Wuas group ranch in south-central Kenya (note leather apron.
Elangata Wuas, the predominantly Maasai community which features as the site of this study, is a former group ranch that has recently privatized into individual holdings that stretches overacres in the southern district of Kajiado (See Figure 1).
The region is ecologically typical of asemi-arid by: 1. Survey data on schooling in Elangata Wuas shows a dramatic and relatively recent increase in school participation within the community.
The survey data indicate that 85% of boys and 87% of girls between the ages of 7 and 14 were currently schooling at the time of the survey 1. In the age group above them, those aged 15–24 years at the Author: Caroline S.
Archambault. This landscape comprises of Meto, Torosei, Mbuko, Elangata Wuas, Olkiramatian, Lorngosua and Shompole ranches, which collectively cover about Km 2. Information was obtained on the structure of the herds and flocks of a sample of 41 households on the three Maasai Group Ranches in Kenya.
The purpose of the survey was to contribute to an intensive study of the livestock production system, and also to assess the amount of information that could be obtained from a herd structure study on its own. The group ranch and the individual ranches of plots were created in the late s to early s, when Maasailand was adjudicated.
The Rombo Group Ranch has an area of 38 hectares of mostly semi-arid land and a population in the range of 20 to 25 (3 registered members). te - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
Rufous Sparrow: One juv leaving nest, Elangata Wuas 1/5/95 NS; nest with two chicks, Soysambu Ranch 27/5/95 KN; one juv, Loldia Farm, Naivasha 7/3/95 JW. Speckled- fronted Weaver: Adult carrying food near nest, Elangata Wuas, Kajiado 16/3/95 JSK.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The study was carried out at Kajiado district at three sites (Oltepesi, Elangata-Wuas (Mile 46) and Kenya Marble Quarry (KMQ)), located at the southern end of the Rift Valley Province (Figure 1.
Birds, birding and bird watching news in Kenya The following largely unconfirmed records have appeared in recent Bulletins of the African Bird Club and are for information only. from ABC Bulletin The following reports are from January–June A pair of Cape Teals Anas capensis was photographed at Eland Hollow Dam, Nairobi NP (=NP) on 4 May; this is just the third.
Wilson R T, Peacock C and Sayers A R Livestock production on Masai Group Ranches. Growth and liveweight in goats and sheep at Elangata Wuas and the factors influencing them. Beiträge für Tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinärmedi Received 7.
Late Quaternary rock-shelter deposits from the Mau Escarpement in Kenya preserve abundant large mammal remains, particularly in Holocene deposits. Taphonomic analysis indicates that people accumulated the Holocene archaeofauna and that, after discard, ravaging carnivores had little impact on the assemblage.
The hunters concentrated on small bovids of the forest throughout the occupation. Analysis of tenurial change centers on the group ranch, both as a concept and operating entity. Reasons why group ranches have been unsuccessful in achieving increased production are examined.
At the micro level, three samples of producers, differing by tenure system (communal vs. private) and ecological setting (semiarid vs. semihumid), provide a.
Problems have also been experienced in Elangata Wuas group ranch and in neighbouring Narok District in the Loita Division. Some slightly more successful ecotourism projects are ongoing on Mbirikani Group Ranch (Chyulu Hills-Ol Doinyo Wuas campsite) and Shompole Group Ranch. Preface.
Acknowledgments. vii. Introduction. Part I. Concepts. Demand-side Management, Conservation, and Efficiency in the Use of Africa’s Water Resources — Geoffrey Stiles. Allocation of Water Resources in Africa: Potential for Moving Water in and out of Agriculture — Richard MacLean and Joachim Voss.
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