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Stratification and Livestock Population Census for Enugu Urban, Nigeria: A Pilot Survey

By Animal Research International, University Of Nigeria, Nsukka.

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Stratification and livestock population census for Enugu Urban Nigeria, between February and Apri 2005 is described Based on ground reconnaissance, six strat ficat on zones ident ed for Enugu Urban (180 km i . i f l i i ifi 2) were, unplanned Village set-up (9.69 km2), H gh-density built-up areas (20.25 km2), Medium-density built-up areas (7.90 km2), Low-density built-up areas (9.50 km2), Commercial areas (26 44 km2) and Undeveloped lands/Farms (106.93 km2). About 46.63 km2 or 25.90 % of the stratified Enugu Urban was principal suburbs. Estimated l vestock population was achieved w th 91.70 % o 2927 households in 21 samp e blocks of about 8 34 Km2 or 17.88 % of the principal suburbs. Livestock population and average population density for stratified Enugu Urban were 32309 (179) for goats, 17027 (95) for sheep, 3765 (21) for p gs, 16152 (90) for dogs, 4338 (24) for cats, 108354 (602) for chickens, 28985 (161) for turkeys and 17160 (95) for ducks. The results of this study may be useful in the formulation of Veterinary, Livestock, Public and Environmental Health Policies, as well as for Livestock Diseases Surveillances, Research Communications and Bioinformatics. The model for this survey could also be adapted for other urban cities in Nigeria and the developing countr es of the world where there are no reliable livestock population statistics.
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