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Rangelands in South Denkalia sub-zone vital in boosting dairy and meat production

The extensive rangelands in Gahro, South Denkalia sub-zone, Northern Red Sea region, is making commendable contribution in boosting dairy and meat products, stated cattle owners.
Gahro, 1 October 2010 – The extensive rangelands in Gahro, South Denkalia sub-zone, Northern Red Sea region, is making commendable contribution in boosting dairy and meat products, stated cattle owners.

The 200-hectare rangelands cultivated through summer rivers is endowed with year-long rich grasses and vegetations which is utilized by cattle owners coming from remote areas, according to Mr. Burhan Mohammed Ali, village elder in Gahro.

He noted that cattle owners from different corners have been utilizing the rangeland in harmony for a long time, and that the inhabitants of Gahro have been extending warm hospitality to the coming herders.  Mr. Burhan further indicated that they have enough milk and meat products thanks to the rangelands and stressed the need for professional advice and support of the Agriculture Ministry for increased production.

The herders said on their part that the area is rich not only in grass and vegetation but also endowed with abundant water resource. 

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