International Ag-Sieve


Volume II, Number 5, 1989 (Livestock)

"the rich and diverse stock of ethnoveterinary knowledge is an invaluable resource. ethnoveterinary medicine incorporates many effective home remedies and techniques; because these are culturally adapted, locally available , and often cheaper that comparable western methods, development planners and practitioners should consider them as important alternatives to western technologies."

Evelyn Mathias-Mundy, CIKARD Contents:

  • Raise and Eat Your Own Iguanas

  • Ruminal Bacteria Prevent Leucaena Toxicity in Cattle

  • Fighting Rinderpest with Home-Grown Vaccine

  • Mixing Sheep and Rubber in Malaysia

  • Cheese-Making Without Rennet

  • Shrimp Thrive on Sugarcane Waste and Cassava Byproducts

  • Paravet Work

  • Book Reviews

    Volume III, Number 6, 1990 (Livestock)


  • Introducing Dual-Purpose Goats: Lessons Learned

  • Ivermectin Controls Parasites

  • Biocontrol of Cattle Parasites

  • Forage You Can Bank On

  • Crop-Livestock Interactions Affecting Soil Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Legumes with Your Coffee?

  • Three Good Books on Sustainable Livestock Management

  • St. Croix Sheep vs. Parasites

    Volume VI, Number 4, 1994 (Animal Husbandry)


  • Dairy Goat Development by Women

  • Editorial

  • Shepherdesses and Sentimental Sheep

  • Raising Rabbits in Cameroon

  • Nutrient Cycling in the Sahel

  • Pastoralists put Down Roots

  • Tillers International

  • Local Knowledge: The Payoff