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Distribution Of Melia Dubia

Distributed in Bhutan, Ceylon, Malabar, Burma, Australia & Africa.

It is naturally growing in almost all districts of Karnataka. But in the districts of Chitradurga, Bellary, Tumkur, Kolar, Chikkaballapur, Bangalore rural, Ramanagara, Mandya and Mysore districts it is cultivated for timber and fodder. 

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Malabar Neem Wood Cultivation

Friday Night Cannon Fodder w/ DadtheGeek Episode 4

Enjoy the 4th Episode of “Friday Night Cannon Fodder” with DadtheGeek. This week I mixed it up and played Destiny with friends who are much better than I am. 44 more words


Atriplex canescens and Opuntia ficus indica (prickly pear) - (in Spanish).

Utilización de Atriplex canescens y Opuntia ficus indica en la alimentación de cabras lactantes durante la sequía.

Jorge Urrutia-Morales, Héctor Guillermo Gámez-Vázquez, Sergio Beltrán-López, Marta Olivia Díaz-Gómez… 343 more words


Friday Night "Cannon Fodder" with DadtheGeek Episode 3

Enjoy the 3rd episode of Friday Night “Cannon Fodder” with DadtheGeek as I play Overwatch with my friends who are much better than I am. 75 more words



Mock the freeze

Write of it

Photograph it often

For when its sharp refreshment fades away

Your comfort from the warm, high ground

Your concern kept at bay…

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Improving livestock production and productivity: the potential of Napier grass

For better livestock production and productivity, it is essential to assess the genetic diversity of the food which is fed to livestock. One of the main food sources for livestock in East Africa is Napier grass. 107 more words

Animal Feeding

New Site Aggregates Hay Sources in New Mexico

A new Web site aggregates hay sources in New Mexico. From the Web site: “There are 24,000 farms and ranches in New Mexico on 44 million acres (NMSU Extension Office) and our goal is to connect potential forage consumers to farmers.” Farmers apparently do pay for a listing on the site.

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