Africa RISING - Farmer Perception of Forage Chopping Machines in Babati District

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Created Friday 2nd of October, 2015
Last updated Thursday 29th of September, 2022
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract A total of 20 farmers were selected by farmer groups from 7 AR action sites in Babati district. Farmer’s selection was based on experience, activeness in forage processing and willing to be a farmer trainer. The selected farmers were trained on the benefits and importance of forage processing and how to process forages and poultry feed using livestock feed processing machines. After the training, a farmer perception check list was administered to each farmer trained to assess their perception of the processing machine.
Principal investigator Ben Lukuyu
Partners CIAT, TALIRI, Kilimanjaro west and Tanga, Ministry of Livestock, extension staff
Other researchers involved Gregory Sikumba, David Ngunga, Leonard Malwa
Contact person Gregory Sikumba
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Custodian Gregory Sikumba
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Data collected from 31/07/2015
Availability date 02/10/2015
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? Yes
Consent obtained? No
Citation ILRI (2015). 2015 Africa RISING Babati forage choppers farmer perception dataset

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