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Analysis of women participation in cassava production and processing in Imo state, southeast Nigeria

): Winrock International for Agricultural Development, pp. 5-6. UWADIE S. A. (1993): Mechanisms for Improving the Effectiveness of TIV Women’s Participation in Agriculture through Farmer Education. UNN, Nigeria; PhD Thesis. YISEHAK K. (2008): Gender Responsibility in Small Holder Mixed-Crop Livestock Production System of Jimma Zone, South West Ethiopia. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 20, Article #11 .

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Implications of Deceptive Practices of Poultry Input Suppliers on Poultry Production in Kwara State, Nigeria

Nigeria: a case study of feeds in Makurdi, Benue State. Nigeria Veterinary Journal 26: 147 – 150. Eco-Systems Development Organization (EDO) (2003): Nigeria Case Study Report on Rice Production Prepared by Eco-Systems Development Institute (ODI) WIS Partners Building, 5 Lugard Street Jos, Nigeria. Ekoja I. I. (2004): Personal variables affecting adoption of agricultural innovations by Nigerian farmers. South Africa Journal of Agricultural Extension 33: 94 – 107. Dairo F. A. S., Adesehinwa A. O. K, Oluwasola T. A., Oluyemi J.A. (2010): High and low

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Rural Sustainability Research
Former: Proceedings of the Latvia University of Agriculture
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Folia Forestalia Polonica
Seria A - Forestry; The Journal of Forest Research Institute
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Cercetari Agronomice in Moldova
The Journal of “Ion Ionescu De La Brad” University of Agricultural Sciences And Veterinary Medicine of Iasi
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Ethical, moral and social dimensions in farm production practices: a segmentation study to assess Irish consumers’ perceptions of meat quality

Introduction Over the past decade, meat has held a heavily contested position in the diet as issues of health and safety, sustainability, authenticity and animal welfare have all been publicly scrutinised ( Barnett et al ., 2016 ; Henchion et al ., 2017a , 2017b ; Regan et al ., 2015 ). Consumer concerns about modern farming and food production systems indicate a significant market opportunity for products that consider ethical, moral and social dimensions ( Henchion et al ., 2017a , 2017b ). Credence attributes are attributes related to the product

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Developing farm-level sustainability indicators for Ireland using the Teagasc National Farm Survey

dairy farms and on 20% of tillage farms, but there is evidence of poor sustainability on 28% of cattle farms and 25% of sheep farms. In relation to education, dairy and tillage farmers in Ireland tend to be better educated than other farmers. The low sustainability scoring across systems for the education indicator generally is likely to be a scaling issue as education is measured as a count variable with values from one to five. However, the differences between the farming systems are less pronounced with regard to the demographic variables; high age profile and

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