Feeding Banmara to Goats

2001

DFID

Banmara (Eupatorium adenophorum or Chromolaena odorata) is a wild plant species which grows abundantly in the forests of Nepal. It has no practical or commercial use and its unchecked growth is damaging the forest resources of Nepal. New ERA was commissioned by DFID to identify the toxic substance in the plant which prevents goats from eating it and to develop a simple method of treating the plant so that it can be used to feed goats.

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