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African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development - Vol 18, No 3 (2018)

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Articles

Characterization of the indigenous goat production system in Asossa zone, Benishangul Gumuz region, Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B. Wendimu, S Oumer, A Habtamu 13558
Milk production traits among indigenous and crossbred dairy cattle in Senegal EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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PJ Ngono Ema, L Lassila, A Missohou, K Marshall, M Tapio, SF Tebug, J Juga 13572-13587
Performance of growing japanese quails (Coturnix coturnix japonica) fed different levels of peeled cooked sun-dried sweet potato (Ipomea batatas) meal diets EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JA Edache, CD Tuleun, AG Yisa, EJ Okpala, DP Dabi, UR Muduudtai 13588-13601
Nutrition status of children in a well-child clinic in Lagos Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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KO Wright, Y Shogbamimu, AA Akinbami, R Adebisi, IO Senbanjo, AO Iolade 13602-13616
Adoption of new rice for Africa (NERICA) technologies in Ekiti state, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OF Ojo, MU Dimelu, MN Okeke 13617-13633
The participation of fathers in breastfeeding process: knowledge, beliefs, and practices in Kisumu, Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LA Dinga, BN Kiage, FM Kyallo 13634-13645
Using low technology to improve the safety of informal-vended Brukina– a fermented milk and millet smoothie in Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Baidoo, A Parry-Hanson Kunadu 13646-13663
Characterization of Tef (Eragrostis tef zucc. Trotter [cv. Magna]) in Minjar Shenkora district of central Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Derib, F Wegayehu, B Amhaeyesus, A Mitiku, K Weldetsadik 13664-13676
Development of a food safety toolkit for dry common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) In Uganda using a hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H. Aber, J Mulindwa, M Lung’aho, F Nyakundi, M Jager, M Ugen 13677-13701
Effect of paternal education about complementary feeding of infants in Kisumu county, Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LA Dinga, BN Kiage, FM Kyallo 13702-13716
Iron and zinc grain concentrations diversity and agronomic performance of common bean germplasm collected from East Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Amongi, C Mukankusi, S Sebuliba, F Mukamuhirwa 13717-13742
Efficacy of fecal fertilizers on growth, nutrient uptake and yield of maize EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JO Ogenda, S Nyalala, KJ Nakitare, L Nakhone, AAO Musandu, J Ochieng, L Kimaru 13743-13760
Do maternal and child health promote economic development? A case study of six sub-Saharan African countries EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SS Klobodu, JA Dawson, DB Reed, CE Carpio 13761-13775
Considerations for the shift in roles of national and county governance towards the realization of food security in Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EN Wafula, O Odula 13776-13791
Soy and vegetable gardening with skills training and soy consumption are cost effective methods to improve the blood lipid profiles of women in Qwa-Qwa, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SS Klobodu, W Oldewage-Theron, CE Carpio 13792-13807
Evaluation of mycotoxin content in soybean (Glycine max l.) grown in Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Niyibituronsa, AN Onyango, S Gaidashova, SM Imathiu, M Uwizerwa, I Wanjuki, F Nganga, JC Muhutu, J Birungi, S Ghimire, K Raes, M De Boevre, S De Saeger, J Harvey 13808-13824
Analysis of the confluence between Nigeria’s development strategies and its agricultural public expenditures EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T Mogues, T Olofinbiyi 13825-13841
Factors associated with stunting in Dodoma region, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Makori, N Kassim, J Kinabo, A Matemu 13842-13861


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