New extension model for small holder dairy farmers in Pakistan

HMD Warriach, David McGill, M Ishaq, S Latif, A. Bhatti, Z Batool, S. Arif, Z Akram, RD Bush, Peter Wynn

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The objective of the study is to demonstrate the effect of improved extension services on adoption rates of small holder dairy farmers in Pakistan. Preliminary results indicated significantly higher adoption rates when extension services were provided using the whole family approach compared to the simple approach after one year of both phases. In conclusion, this study indicates that improved extension services have a significant impact on adoption rates of small holder farmers.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSAADC2013
Subtitle of host publication4th Proceedings: diversity for sustainable animal agriculture
Place of PublicationChina
PublisherLanzhou University
Pages160-161
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2013
EventInternational Conference for Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries (SAADC) - Lanzhou, China, China
Duration: 27 Jul 201331 Jul 2013

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ConferenceInternational Conference for Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries (SAADC)
CountryChina
Period27/07/1331/07/13

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Warriach, HMD., McGill, D., Ishaq, M., Latif, S., Bhatti, A., Batool, Z., ... Wynn, P. (2013). New extension model for small holder dairy farmers in Pakistan. In SAADC2013: 4th Proceedings: diversity for sustainable animal agriculture (pp. 160-161). China: Lanzhou University.
Warriach, HMD ; McGill, David ; Ishaq, M ; Latif, S ; Bhatti, A. ; Batool, Z ; Arif, S. ; Akram, Z ; Bush, RD ; Wynn, Peter. / New extension model for small holder dairy farmers in Pakistan. SAADC2013: 4th Proceedings: diversity for sustainable animal agriculture. China : Lanzhou University, 2013. pp. 160-161
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Warriach, HMD, McGill, D, Ishaq, M, Latif, S, Bhatti, A, Batool, Z, Arif, S, Akram, Z, Bush, RD & Wynn, P 2013, New extension model for small holder dairy farmers in Pakistan. in SAADC2013: 4th Proceedings: diversity for sustainable animal agriculture. Lanzhou University, China, pp. 160-161, International Conference for Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries (SAADC), China, 27/07/13.

New extension model for small holder dairy farmers in Pakistan. / Warriach, HMD; McGill, David; Ishaq, M; Latif, S; Bhatti, A.; Batool, Z; Arif, S.; Akram, Z; Bush, RD; Wynn, Peter.

SAADC2013: 4th Proceedings: diversity for sustainable animal agriculture. China : Lanzhou University, 2013. p. 160-161.

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Warriach HMD, McGill D, Ishaq M, Latif S, Bhatti A, Batool Z et al. New extension model for small holder dairy farmers in Pakistan. In SAADC2013: 4th Proceedings: diversity for sustainable animal agriculture. China: Lanzhou University. 2013. p. 160-161