Cattle Rearing Case Study

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The open grazing of animals in this modern era in the 21st century is acai and antiquated. The government and private investor, and herders alike should focus on modernisation of cattle rearing as it is done in Europe and other western countries to maximize productivity and all associated economic benefits like job creation, food security, security of lives and properties and peace. In doing this, stakeholders in the business of cattle rearing should undertake a study of successful countries Denmark, Argentina, India, Botswana Israel among others which are actively involved in cattle rearing and dairy production.
The establishment of private and
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There was the presidential peace initiative committee in 2002, the federal administrative panel of inquiry in 2008, the federal advisory committee in 2010, post advisory committees on security challenges in 2012 and so many others. Failure of successive governments to implement any of the recommendations by the panels of inquiry set up to investigate previous crises is one reason it still…show more content…
Compensation to family of victims of the Fulani herdsmen and farmers crises should be done with immediate effect. If victims or their family are adequately compensated by the government for failing to protect their lives and properties as enshrined in the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the African chatter on human and people’s right, it will go a long way to alleviate the suffering of the people and also douse the tension and pains being suffered.
The use of Agricultural extension workers, life stock guards and Local development Plan (LDP) to control, educate both farmers and herdsmen and also mediate and manages conflict between the parties when needs arises. The LDP is a clear agreements on access to natural resources involving all stakeholders. It is a Community-Driven Development (CDD) approach to increased productivity and the main instrument for addressing all conflict issues in Fadama 2 (Nweze, 2005). This strategy (LDP) is expected to empower every resource user, expand his/her scope of freedom, give control and decision-making role to resource users and give voice to the ones normally excluded from

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