Category Archives: Dairy goats

Friday Funnies – Films

This Friday, a series of cat and other animal videos – mostly funny. This first video is by Jim Hausman, who owns both the cat and the deer.  The deer is totally immobile, a trait found in the wild when … Continue reading

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Livestock Restocking in Burundi: More Complicated than ‘The Gift of a Goat’

Livestock – particularly goats – play a key role in smallholders’ agricultural activities in Burundi.  They are a ‘savings-bank on the hoof’, thus can be sold in case of emergency for cash.  Their manure and urine provide excellent inputs for … Continue reading

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Work and Life During The War Years in Burundi. 2004

From time to time I will be posting emails that i wrote during the war years to  friends and colleagues in other countries regarding our goat project and security and life in general – especially 2002 – 2006. Events have … Continue reading

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Posted in Africa-Central, Burundi, Cuisine, Dairy goats, East central Africa, Goat farmer, Goats, Lake Tanganyika, Livestock, Living here, War Games | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Agricultural Shows in Africa are Still Going Strong

Taking the Buck by the Horns… A while back Rachel Laudan put up a link that explains the Royal Agricultural Show in the UK was would no longer be operating, due to lack of funds and other problems.  Given the changes … Continue reading

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Posted in Africa-General, Breeds of livestock, Burundi, Colonialism, Dairy goats, Goat farmer, Kenya, Livestock, Rachel Laudan, Research & Development | Tagged | 2 Comments