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  • Alfalfa grown as livestock fodder

    Posted by Brian Jones

    12 April 2004 – ishpost (80k image)

    This is what the fields can look like when water is available. In this case the water is from a tube well, pumped from a depth of 40m.

    The drought has led to the demise of much of the traditional pasture and so people are increasingly turning to the lucrative production of animal fodder, sold in bundles in the local markets.

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