3 edition of Hides and skins improvement in developing countries found in the catalog.
Hides and skins improvement in developing countries
R. G. H. Elliott
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 19-21.
|Statement||prepared by R.G.H. Elliott.|
|Series||FAO agricultural services bulletin ;, 67|
|LC Classifications||TS967 .E46 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 108, 21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||86222309|
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An analysis of the hides and skins value chain in Somaliland was the most frequently cited factor (88%). Other factors that were often cited include number and location of defects. Hides and Skins Improvement Hand book MoA/FAO Elliott, R.G.H.
Hides and Skins improvement in Developing Countries. FAO Jesper A. and Touni, M. The following are the main categories of skins or hides according to species: Bovine (cattle) hides dominate the supply of leather in South Africa. They are mainly by-product of meat production supplied by feedlots.
Sheep skin is produced with or without wool mainly for export market.; South Africa does not have significant supply of pig skin as this tends to be part of the meat.
Animal biotechnology: applications and economic implications in developing countries M.L. Madan Livestock Production Systems, sector 6, Urban Estate Karnal, Haryana,India Summary In most developing countries, biotechnological applications relating to livestock need to be suitable for animal owners who are resource-poor small-scale.
1 In developed countries, livestock accounts for more than half of agricultural production, while in developing countries the share is about one-third. 1 Livestock products contribute 17% to. - Papers presented during the National Hides, Skins and Leather Development officers meeting at Whispering Palms Hotel, Kikambala; Principles of project development and proposal writing on 12th of November A paper on policies and areas earmarked for review under the Hides and Skin improvement and leather development sector on 14th Nov.
Following the chain from the primary producer to tannery, a total of wet skins and hides (62 hides, 86 sheep and 99 goat skins) were examined for wet blue grading at Mojo tannery and only % (n=62) hides, % (n=86 sheep) skins and % (n=99) goats` skins were fit for export standard (falling in the grade 1 to 4).Author: Dinaol Belina, Wendwesn Belachew, Adem Hiko, Ararsa Duguma, Ibrahim Hasen, Abu Urji, Sisay Lemma.
Hides and skins marketing in Africa and the Near East: report on a survey, held at Ankara, Turkey, November by H. J Mittendorf (Book) 3 editions published in in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
In fact in many developing countries with few natural resources, the production and export of hides and skins is an important foreign exchange earner. The better the quality of the hide and skin, the better the price that can be fetched on the international market. The livestock sector globally is highly dynamic.
In developing countries, it is evolving in response to rapidly increasing demand for livestock products. In developed countries, demand for livestock products is stagnating, while many production systems are increasing their efficiency and environmental by: Leather tanning is one of the traditional industries in many developing countries.
It is estimated that currently about 15 million tons of hides and skins is processed annually in the world per year. In a greater part of the developing countries, the leather industry is distinguished by small units with their distinctive. Background to the Leather sector Supportive conditions for the livestock sub-sector development Uganda hides and skins are naturally of high quality, high texture and heavy substance which are suitable for the production of excellent heavy upper and vegetable tanned sole leather.
On average, a Ugandan hide weighs 16 kg and has 29 ft2 of which about 15 –. In many developing countries, traditional and commercial production systems exist alongside one another with little or no linkage between them.
Industrial systems of poultry, pig and, to a lesser extent, dairy production are demand-driven and responsive to changing market conditions, due, in part, to their short productive cycles and a wide and.
Through the application of industrially proven low-waste advanced methods - such as using salt-free preserved raw hides and skins, hair-save liming, low-ammonia or ammonia-free deliming and bating, advanced chrome management system, etcetera - it is possible to decrease the pollution load expressed as COD and BOD 5 by more than 30%, sulphides.
The authors investigated the comparative advantage of Ethiopia and the role played by international purchasing. They found that Ethiopia has product lines in which it has revealed comparative advantage, RCA equal and greater than 1.
The authors have concluded that Ethiopia has comparative advantage in products. Vegetable Tanning Materials, Tannin Rich Barks, Roots and Leaves Used to Tan Skins and Hides Into Leather I am asked a lot about what tanning materials people should use in their part of the world.
Well, be careful what you ask for he he. The following activities concerning livestock are among those reported: improvement of hides and skins in Libya and Ethiopia; crossbreeding Turkish with Barbary sheep for wool improvement in Libya; importation to Burma of Sindhi and Thari cattle from Pakistan for raising milk yields; importation of Australian sheep for development of wool production in Uttar Pradesh, India;.
Implications affect industries dealing with meat, dairy, hides and skins, wool, and carpet making. Ethiopia. In southern Ethiopia, local and regional human population growth has had more negative effects on traditional common property management and herd mobility than has land annexation by outsiders (Desta and Coppock ).Cited by: 6.Agricultural Research is the fourth of the four pillars of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Plan (CAADP).Visit for more information.
The aim in identifying new and emerging technologies in the South African context is not only to increase global competitiveness, but also to ensure household food security and to assist the developing .