alexa Goats: Imperatives for Developing the Champions of the Poor and the Landless

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Goats: Imperatives for Developing the Champions of the Poor and the Landless

Animal-agriculture production is pivotal for food security, economic growth and rural prosperity. In Asian agriculture, the goat is revered as the first animal to be domesticated, and has an important economic and ecological niche. It is very widely distributed, but the preferred environment is the semi-arid to arid AEZs such as West Asia and North Africa (WANA) region, within-country in Rajasthan in India, Baluchistan in Pakistan, Harare in Zimbabwe, Chihuahua and San Louis Portosi in Mexico Its value increases in relation to its contributions, capacity to adapt to different rained lessfavored areas (LFAs), cope with the effects of climate change, and respond to market opportunities and dietary changes.

 
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