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2001

Introduction of techniques for the valorization of byproducts in the agro-industry as animal nutrition in the Bekaa Valley (Lebanon)

Liban

Titre : Introduction of techniques for the valorization of byproducts in the agro-industry as animal nutrition in the Bekaa Valley (Lebanon)

Pays : Liban

Identification du projet : TCP/LEB/0068

Date : 2001

Présentation
Background :The supply of forage crops in Lebanon compared to the demand is scarce or expensive. Animal production and especially milk relies on good rations and feeding practices. The practices of dairy farmers led to minimize their profits and sacrificing the general health conditions

Objectives  :
The evaluation of food industry waste products in Bekaa
The uses of local supplies of animal feed
To increase in production along with the decrease
To introduce of new animal nutrition techniques
To training of farmers and local technicians

Outputs : The main outputs were A decrease in price was noticed due to the increase in supply and because animal producers started their own forage production Silage of ray grass raised the milk production decreased digestion problems and diseases and Farmers’ better understanding animal nutrition and ration preparation The success of this project had an echo in Akkar, North Lebanon, but this time using olive waste pro

Budget : US$ 206,000

Coopération FAO-Liban

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