East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal - NEW TO NISC

Posted 7 October 2015 by NISC under Announcements & Notices • Journal: East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal - NEW TO NISC

Focusing on areas of agriculture, livestock, forestry and natural science management, The East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal has contributed to original research by publishing findings of scholarly works in Africa since 1908.

The journal is being co-published by Taylor & Francis and NISC from 2015 and publishes 4 issues per year with the scope of the journal being broad, allowing authors to submit a wide range of manuscripts.

In East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal, Volume 81, issue 1, authors Karanja-Lumumba, Mugambi and Wesonga look at the adoption of East Coast Fever Vaccine among smallholder dairy farmers with the objective of identifying factors influencing the uptake of the technology, looking at the economic climate of farmers in the area as one such factor.

Manuscripts submitted for publication must be original reports of research not simultaneously submitted to, or previously published in any other scientific or technical journal and must make a significant contribution to the advancement of scientific knowledge.

Research articles published are pertinent to those practicing in the field as well as those conducting research and although hold primarily African content, have an international interest too.

More information on the journal, its contents, about the aims and scopes, author submission instructions and subscription information can be found here.

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