The International Livestock Research Institute, and other partners in the CGIAR Research Program on Integrated Systems for the Humid Tropics (Humidtropics) have released eight briefs to help CGIAR Research Programs integrate key ‘capacity development in systems’ concepts into their work.
Camels’ milk is the king of the milk kingdom, said by the Bactrian camel keepers in the Central Asia. It is the first choice for health maintenance. They think that their milk is more nourishing than their sister camel (dromedary) and all other animals. Our milk is high grade but tastes a little bit salt because of my taste as I like salty bushes; the only ice cream for me in the ecosystems where I live. I live in very cold regions and hence producing milk more thicker than my sibling dromedary. My milk keeps a desirable PH of human body as it is a bit alkaline. I have physical effect on the stomach of my keepers to make them happy and in a good mood.
My milk is rich with protein (4.5%), making me special food item for the poor and under nourished group of human being. Bactrian milk…
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The land inhibited by Pashtun pastoral people in northeastern Balochistan is owned by communities. Only the roadsides, railway lines and the state areas near the towns and cities belong to the state. There is no conserved area by the Government in the Pashtun lands of Balochistan. Every community and has his own area, which is comprised both of mountainous and plain lands.
After the crop harvest, during the monsoon rains, the pastoral people move towards high mountains and graze the remote and high peaks of the mountains. This type of movement saves their livestock from foot and mouth disease also. The piedmonts and the plain lands are conserved and nobody is allowed to graze animal there, the conservation is called as Pargorr. The temporary and short settlement in the mountains is called as Gholai. They come down to the plain lands crossing the piedmonts and settle for the…
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The longest yawn periods tells the intensity of the intelligence. The yawning duration in human is 6 seconds followed by camel with the 5 minutes duration. This statement means that this precious animal (the camel) is next to human in intelligence. Your yawn may reveal how smart you are: Mammals with bigger and more complex brains gape for longer Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3821906/Your-yawn-reveal-smart-Mammals-bigger-complex-brains-gape-longer.html#ixzz4NL8bIFod Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook. Some other animals like rats, African elephant, horses, etc also have a longer duration of a yawn after humans. There is need of a study to compare the yawn duration among these species of animals to reveal the smartest animal.
According to the camel keepers, the camel is the most intelligent animal. I have visited and traveled with camel herders in different parts of the world. Assessing the potential of the indigenous livestock breeds of Baluchistan. I have been asking this question very often, the answer was alway yes ‘they are very intelligent’. They learn very quickly. They understand commands of the owner.
I hope someone will work on this side of camel too, to understand the exact potential and intelligence of camel.
A gift of nature and gold of desert, the camel milk (CM) is miraculously proving as a superfood and natural flush. Because of the appreciable level and unique combination of nutrients (minerals, vitamins, protein, and fatty acids etc.), CM has medicinal properties covering a wide range of ailments. Such ailments wide in range and comprising of autoimmune diseases, allergies, asthma, rashes, diabetes, liver disorders, rheumatism, inflammatory conditions, piles, urethral irritation, infectious diseases, stress/depression, peptic ulcers and even cancer.
Camelait! a pasteurized milk
The manifolds enriched levels of minerals (potassium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, sodium and zinc) than cow milk, making it a strong flush for body toxins. The flushing of toxins is the utmost need of time as we are taking toxins from the poisonous croplands. The Poisonous Fields
Not in the Mood? A Tonic for Mature People
Camel milk is use as the aphrodisiac, especially in the stressful conditions of…
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Wildlife filmmakers Beverly and Dereck Joubert spoke at TEDWomen 2010 about their commitment to saving Africa’s big cats from extinction. The biggest factor that threatens these majestic animals: trophy hunters. Dereck and Beverly Joubert have been living in the bush in Botswana, making wildlife and conservation films together, for more than 30 years. Their films have shaped…
It is yours’ choice, either you take milk from a happy animal or a sad animal. The milk produced from a happy animal is very rich in nutrients than sad animals. The overall environment where animals are raised have additional affect on the milk quality.
The Happy animals in a Camel Farm
Additionally, the camel’s milk quality is entirely different, especially in the context of micro but essential nutrients. For details, please go to the link below;Camel is full of qualities and strange abilities. The author has tried to to compile some of the special attributes known to humankind so for. The attributes are grouped in main subjects and given in numeric order.
Now look at the sad animal. She is not happy and lives in slurry and uncomfortable situation. She is in a panic situation. What do you think! the milk can be the same? No not at…
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