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Territory, pastoralists, and livestock

Daniel K. Ndagala

Territory, pastoralists, and livestock

resource control among the Kisongo Maasai

by Daniel K. Ndagala

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Published by [Uppsala University], Distributed by Almqvist & Wiksell International in Uppsala, Stockholm, Sweden .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Monduli District (Tanzania),
  • Tanzania,
  • Monduli District.
    • Subjects:
    • Kisongo (African people) -- Domestic animals.,
    • Kisongo (African people) -- Social conditions.,
    • Kisongo (African people) -- Economic conditions.,
    • Pastoral systems -- Tanzania -- Monduli District.,
    • Monduli District (Tanzania) -- Social conditions.,
    • Monduli District (Tanzania) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Daniel Kyaruzi Ndagala.
      SeriesActa Universitatis Upsaliensis., 18
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT443.3.K57 N33 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination192 p. :
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1460070M
      ISBN 109155428770
      LC Control Number93116643

      Nomadic pastoralism depends on the domesticated livestock and they can migrate in an established territory to find pastorage for their animals. The main difference between nomadic pastoralism and ranching is that pastoral nomadism is a form of subsistence agriculture whereas ranching is a form of commercial agriculture. fric ta a. re ur n. s cai c. wondwosen michago seide. the nuer pastoralists between large scale agriculture and villagization a case study of the lare district in the gambella region of ethiopia.

      Start studying AP World-Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. A group of people that depend on domesticated livestock and migrate in an established territory to find pastures for their animals. Perception and attitude of pastoralists on livestock-wildlife interactions around Awash National Park, Ethiopia: implication for biodiversity conservation Yihew Biru1*, Zewdu K. Tessema2 and Mengistu Urge2 Abstract Introduction: Pastoral livestock share grazing areas and watering points with wildlife around the protected areas in Eastern by: 2.

      Mathias E. (). – The role of ethnoveterinary medicine in livestock production. In WAAP book of the year – a review on developments and research in livestock systems (A. Rosati, A. Tewolde & C. Mosconi, eds). Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, the Netherlands, – customs and physique. The pastoralists (now the East Pokot) are rich in cattle, goats and sheep and look with disdain upon the agriculturalists to whom they refer as “the men of the seed”. The agriculturalists (the West Pokot) have infused crop based cultivation with livestock husbandry, hence pass more accurately as agro-pastoralists.


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Territory, pastoralists, and livestock: resource control among the Kisongo Maasai Volume 18 of Uppsala studies in cultural anthropology Volume 18 of Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis: Uppsala studies in cultural anthropology Volume 18 of Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis: Author: Daniel K.

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A clan is generally the basis pastoralists pastoral organization, which is responsible for the control of the optimum territory and management of the livestock species herded in every pastoralists of the world. The role of livestock is that of a food system and store of value, wealth, power, and authority in areas where pastoralists practice their daily life without being reached by modern banking systems and market economy.

There are four major uses of livestock in Sudan. Biocultural community protocols for Territory keepers So far, four livestock keeping communities, the Raika, Lingayat, Samburu and Pashtoon, have developed biocultural protocols.

These have increased the visibility of livestock keepers as guardians of biological diversity, empowered pastoralists File Size: KB. Buy Territory, Pastoralists and Livestock: Resource Control Among the Kisongo Maasai (Uppsala Studies in Cultural Anthropology No 18) by Daniel Kyaruzi Ndagala (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Pastoralists and traders enjoy immediate benefits from the rising price of livestock, while increased foreign exchange inflow boosts the value of the Birr.

The livestock sector in non-OECD countries is growing at a rate of up to 7 per cent per year and is expected to bye the most important sub-sector in terms of added value by 7.

Livestock products by species. Working animals by species. Actual and projected meat consumption by region. Source of increases in world meat supply. Kenya rangeland livestock and wildlife population estimates: s–s. Factors accelerating the erosion of livestock biodiversity. Key factors shaping twentieth.

A Northern Territory pastoralist has purchased a well-known cattle station in central Australia, significantly increasing his property portfolio in the region.

Audio Player failed to load. Try to. This is a list of the largest stations in Australia, which includes stations with an area in excess of 4, km 2 (1, sq mi). All of the largest pastoral leases are located in the three states of South Australia (SA), Queensland (QLD), and Western Australia (WA), and the Northern Territory (NT).

The vast majority are cattle stations with no sheep stations appearing in the top ten. Pastoralists, historically nomadic and semi-nomadic herders dependent upon their livestock as a source of nutrition, cultural status, and a store of wealth (Lybbert et al.

), have struggled to maintain their way of life (Waller ).Research on limitations to the traditional pastoralist system has focused largely on pasture and water availability, but animal health is also a critical Cited by:   The cattle industry is riding high as Northern Territory pastoralists fetch the highest prices in the nation.

Producers last week tipped a historic milestone to reach record high prices at $ a. Pastoralism. Pastoralism is a subsistence pattern in which people make their living by tending herds of large animals. The species of animals vary with the region of the world, but they are all domesticated herbivores that normally live in herds and eat grasses or other abundant plant foods.

Horses are the preferred species by most pastoralists in Mongolia and elsewhere in Central Asia. Livestock routes. In all pastoral areas, livestock routes are vital for facilitating movement between settlements, grazing areas, water points, markets or other, preventing conflict between those moving and those whose lands pastoralists and livestock are moving through.

pastoralists move their livestock in order to avoid mortality during drought periods in search of pasture and water, they only end up delaying the loss of livestock that would still occur since their livestock are still exposed to vulnerable and harsh conditions when they move (Nkedianye,et al., ).

Reviews 'In the African Union released the first continent-wide policy framework to support pastoralism and pastoralist areas in Africa. The policy draws on a central argument of this new book, being that innovative and dynamic changes are occurring in pastoralist areas in response to increasing livestock marketing opportunities, domestically, regionally and internationally, and these.

Pastoralists have long overlapped with wildlife in rangelands of sub-Saharan Africa. With growing recognition of the importance of wildlife outside of protected areas, conservation efforts are increasingly managed through hybrid governance activities worldwide, activities which often involve pastoralists.

These efforts are especially prevalent in East African rangelands where pastoralists Cited by: 3. Before the s, pastoralists in the East and Horn of Africa often lived more sustainably through a series of institutionalized adaptive strategies where flexibility in time and space for accessing resources (i.e., pasture and water) was crucial, with strategies of herd diversification (i.e., keep a mixture of livestock species), prudent off Cited by:.

Introduction: “grazing reserves” Pastoralists-farmers’ conflicts in Nigeria have grown, spread and intensified over the past decade and today poses a threat to national survival.

Thousands of people have been killed, communities have been destroyed and so many farmers and pastoralists have lost their lives and property in an orgy of killings and destruction that is not only destroying.A drover in Australia is a person, typically an experienced stockman, who moves livestock, usually sheep, cattle, and horses "on the hoof" over long s for droving may include: delivering animals to a new owner's property, taking animals to market, or moving animals during a drought in search of better feed and/or water or in search of a yard to work on the livestock.International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists Proposal for An International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists Mongolia The proposal was endorsed and signed for future consideration by CH., territory.

Nomadic livestock husbandry has developed in its long history in harmony with nature.