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FAO ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH PAPER 26

by
dr. r. yagil
fao consultant



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TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION
II. MILK PRODUCTION
III. COMPOSITION OF CAMEL MILK
IV. MILK PRODUCTS AND THEIR USES
V. REPRODUCTION
VI. CAMEL PRODUCTS OTHER THAN MILK
VII. FEED AND DIGESTION
VIII. MANAGEMENT
IX. DISCUSSION
X. RECOMMENDATIONS
XI. BIBLIOGRAPHY