Goat Meal from Fodder in Kenya Optimizing tree and leaf fodder isexemplified in the story of LOFODA-G-Meal(an acronym for "Locally FormulatedDairy Goat Meal"). These plants repel a particular wormthat threatens their crops; when the plantsreach maturity, the farmers can harvestand provide them to Ouko for inclusionin the goat meal. As farmers and homesteaders continueto champion ethical livestock productionin the United States, we should look toIndigenous people and smallholders fromaround the world for clues on adjustingour mindsets and skillsets towardintegrated animal agriculture. [Extracted from the article]
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