Overstocking In Kenya

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1935/1936
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The following article is the first of a series on overstocking in East Africa. The position in Kenya Colony was ably examined by the Kenya Land Commission in I932-33. In their Report the Commission described the position created by the uneconomic accumulation of live stock in the native reserves, and made proposals to ameliorate what they describe as a preposterous state of affairs. Their findings were recorded after hearing .evidence from every variety of Opinion.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 1, pp. 16-19
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