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Transforming cassava peels into high quality feed

Photo credit: ILRI News

Bags of high quality cassava peel mash feed, Ibadan, Nigeria (Photo credit: ILRI/Iheanacho Okike)

Processing African cassava peels, potentially a billion dollar business… 230 more words


Fluff and Stuff

I’m feeling a little under the weather right now – I think I’ve a cold and extensor tendinitis.

Honestly, I’m surprised I haven’t managed to hurt myself with jogging before now. 74 more words


Cat Logic: Rule #8

There are many terrible things in this world. Vacuums. Empty food bowls. Vacuums.

The worst thing of all, however, is the nail clipper. You must fight the nail clipper. 90 more words


Museums & Dessert

We will return to our regularly scheduled cat drawings after this short message.

As promised, T and I went exploring some local museums yesterday. Bonus points if you recognize the area. 148 more words


Work & Muffins

Sorry for the lack of blog posts this week, friends. The new job has turned out not to be the mindless part-time slog I was promised, but a nearly full-time, learn-all-the-things-NOW kind of beast, and I’ve been knackered. 276 more words


Cat Logic: Rule #7

Anything the humans eat is better than your cat food. Even spinach. Even yams. Cry loudly when the humans refuse to let you eat their food. 23 more words


Opuntia: A real success story for rural development at larger scale in the drylands

Spineless varieties of Opuntia can be very rewarding

by Willem Van Cotthem (University of Ghent, Belgium)

Photo WVC: 2000-06-BRASIL-OPUNTIA01 copy.jpg – Nice Opuntia 269 more words