Animal Traction in Niger

Resources available on animal traction in Niger
The following documents relating to animal traction in Niger can be viewed and/or downloaded in pdf format: Some of these documents derive from ATNESA workshops or the workshops of the West Africa Animal Traction Network. Some have been prepared by animal traction specialists for other collaborating organisations or networks.
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Constraintes à ľ utilisation de la traction animale au Niger
        by M Tchougoune    
The development of animal traction equipment adopted to the rainfed areas
        by J E Ashburner and Y Mamane   
The potential impact if the use of animal traction on millet-based cropping systems in the Sahel
        by M C Klaji and P G Serafini 
The development and assessment of a donkey-drawn weeder in Niger
          by F Emhardt and H D Kutzbach
Improving the Hata donkey-drawn weeder in Niger: experiences and results     
        by F Emhardt

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ROATA Contacts 2003 (participants at animal traction regional workshop)

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