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A diagnostic study of crop-livestock interactions: in the Rift Valley and the western mid-highland areas of Ethiopia / Alemu Tolemariam and Moti Jaleta
This report analyzes crop-livestock interactions in maize-based, mixed farming systems in the Rift Valley and the western, mid-highland areas of Ethiopia. These areas are known for their maize-based crop-livestock ...
Interdependence of smallholders' net market positions in mixed crop-livestock systems of Ethiopian highlands
Using simultaneous-equation models, this paper examines whether there is interdependence between smallholder?s net market positions in crop and live animal markets under mixed crop-livestock system. Household level data ...
Land ownership and technology adoption revisited: improved maize varieties in Ethiopia
The lack of land ownership can discourage agricultural technology adoption, yet there is scarce evidence of the impact of land rental contracts on the adoption of improved crop varieties in developing countries. The current ...
Price co-integration analyses of food crop markets: The case of wheat and teff commodities in Northern Ethiopia
This paper examines the role of market price information dissemination on the co-integration of grain market prices in Northern Ethiopia. Results are based on bi-monthly retail price data on wheat and teff commodities ...
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Saving labor and animal draft power: impacts of crop management innovation packages in Ethiopia
(CIMMYT; SIMLESA; ACIAR, [2017?])
In 1990s Sasakawa Global 2000 introduced conservation agriculture practices in maize based systems of South Achefer District, in Amhara Region, North West Ethiopia. The specific technologies introduced were one-pass tillage ...