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Table 2 Available feed and number of respondents on feed source usage

From: The impacts of rice cultivation on an indigenous Fogera cattle population at the eastern shore of Lake Tana, Ethiopia

Kebele Communal land Purchased hay Other crop residues Rice residue
Kidest hana (N = 69) 68 (98.6%) 32 (46.4%) 22 (31.9%) 68 (98.6%)
Shna (N = 81) 81 (100%) 8 (9.9%) 22 (31.9%) 81 (100%)
Shaga (N = 57) 57 (100%) 13 (22.8%) 23 (40.4%) 57 (100%)
Wagetera (N = 91) 91 (100%) 27 (29.7%) 24 (26.4%) 91 (100%)
Nabega (N = 87) 87 (100%) 33 (37.9%) 26 (29.9%) 87 (100%)
Total 384 (99.7%) 113 (29.4%) 127 (34%) 384 (99.7%)
  1. Source: surveyed data directly collected from sample household in 2015