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  • Evolving structure of world agricultural trade, (The). Implications for trade policy and trade agreements

    Evolving structure of world agricultural trade, (The). Implications for trade policy and trade agreements

     The objective of this book is to highlight and analyze several factors impinging on future agricultural trade developments. These factors include rapidly changing food demand patterns arising from economic growth and associated urbanisation; the level and nature of support and protection provided to agriculture in both developed and developing countries; the increasing prominence of technical regulations and private standards; the incr

  • Egg marketing. A guide for the production and sale of eggs (En)

    Egg marketing. A guide for the production and sale of eggs (En)

    Series: FAO Agricultural Services BulletinsThis new guide provides information and advice to those concerned with the production and sale of eggs in developing countries with an emphasis on marketing, i.e. producing in order to meet market demand. Augmenting the production of laying chickens and improving farmers' returns by effective production planning and marketing will improve farm incomes, and will help to meet the nutritional need

  • Good practices in planning and management of integrated commercial poultry production in South Asia (En)

    Good practices in planning and management of integrated commercial poultry production in South Asia (En)

    Series: FAO Animal Production and Health PapersThis publication is a comprehensive review of all aspects of poultry production in South Asia. It will help producers operate under "technically correct" conditions. All aspects of poultry production are discussed, including layer production for eggs and broilers for meat. Details are given on feeding and nutrition, housing and general husbandry, as well as on flock health. Regional specifi

  • Poultry for profit and pleasure (En)

    Poultry for profit and pleasure (En)

    Series: FAO Diversification bookletsPoultry are the most benign farm stock; easy to manage, resilient and relatively productive under the most varied conditions. Anyone with a small patch of land can keep poultry for their eggs and meat, and for breeding. There are few greater pleasures than keeping a flock of hens and feeding them from the produce of the garden or surplus food from the house. The more commercially-minded producer will