Brochures / Leaflets / Posters / Newspaper Articles

  • National Livestock Resources Research Institute (NaLIRRI Addressing Animal Nutritional Constraints in Uganda: The Contribution of the Livestock Nutrition Research Programme. Leaflet

  • Assessing drought tolerance of five improved forage legumes to improve smallholder dairy productivity in Uganda. ‘Agricultural development within the rural-urban continuum’, Tropentag, Stuttgart, Germany, 17−19 September 2013. Uganda: Makerere University: 434.

  • Climate change technologies for improved livelihoods of smallholder crop-livestock farmers in Eastern and Central Africa region. 2012/2013 3rd Africa-wide Women in Science Competition: “Feeding 1 billion in Africa in a changing world”

  • Improving smallholder dairy cattle feed resource availability and animal productivity. (2011-2013) (brochure).

  • Nutrient feed block supplement for lactating goats and cattle (brochure).

  • Silage making for small-scale farmers. (brochure).

  • Small-scale pasture seed production. (brochure).

  • Tips to a profitable zero grazing enterprise. (brochure).

  • Improving feed resource availability in small-scale dairy systems: incorporating forage legumes in maize cropping systems. (brochure).

  • Enhancing adoption of Napier grass varieties tolerant to stunt disease for increased feed availability in smallholder dairy systems in East and Central Africa. (brochure).

  • Napier stunt disease control strategies. (Leaflet).

  • Screening introduced Napier grass clones for herbage dry matter yield, tolerance to Napier stunt disease and nutritive quality. (Poster).

  • Enhancing Smallholder Crop-Livestock Production through Improved Forages, Vegetable and Water Interventions in East and Central Africa. (Poster).

  • Dry season Forages for Improving Dairy Cattle Production in Eastern and Central Africa Region. (Poster).

  • Water Harvesting and Irrigation for Improved Crop and Livestock Production in Eastern and Central Africa Region. (Poster).

  • Assessing drought tolerance of five improved forage legumes to improve smallholder dairy productivity in Uganda. Poster prepared for ‘Agricultural development within the rural-urban continuum’, Tropentag, Stuttgart, Germany, 17−19 September 2013. Uganda: Makerere University

  • Lablab fodder production, management, conservation and utilization. (brochure).

  • Establishment and management of Lablab purpureus. (Leaflet).

  • Crop-livestock more rewarding to farmers. New Vision paper on 3rd July 2012.

  • Improving feed and food security in war affected areas on Northern Uganda. (2011), Video documentary.

  • Napier stunt disease control strategies. (2011), Video documentary.

  • Improving rural livelihoods through improved forage technologies. (2012), Video documentary.

  • Climate smart agricultural technologies in Masaka district. (December 2012), Video documentary.

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