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close this bookBetter Farming Series 46 - Use of Cassava and Sweet Potatoes in Animal Feeding (FAO, 1995, 47 p.)
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Introduction

1. You learned in Booklet No. 44 that cassava roots and sweet potato tubers are good energy sources for animal feeding.

2. You also learned how to process cassava and sweet potato into dried chips and silage.

3. In this booklet, you shall learn how to use processed cassava and sweet potato in the feeding of various farm animals.


Animals

4. Cassava tops and sweet potato vines remaining after root harvest are also valuable feeds.

5. In this booklet, you will learn how to use these in animal feeding.