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Report on the development of animal husbandry and balanced farming in the Seychelles, 1959


, : Report on the development of animal husbandry and balanced farming in the Seychelles, 1959. Report on the development of animal husbandry and balanced farming in the Seychelles Victoria, Mahe: Govt. Printing Office., 57

The report is divided into 3 parts dealing with (1) environmental conditions, (2) the livestock, and (3) recommendations for their improvement. At the 1950 census there were 67 equines, 2112 cattle, 1200 goats, 2328 pigs and some 40, 000 head of poultry.

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