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Title: Descripción y revalorización de los saberes ancestrales en la producción pecuaria en los recintos: Suncamal, Sacramento y La Isla, en el cantón Cumandá, provincia del Chimborazo
Authors: Mera Andrade., Rafael
Caicedo Reinoso, Cristhian Rafael
Keywords: AGRONOMÍA
AGROPECUARIA
SABERES ANCESTRALES
PRODUCCIÓN PECUARIA
REVALORIZACIÓN DE LOS SABERES ANCESTRALES
CERDOS
AVES
BOVINOS
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: The research was carried out in the Sacramento, Suncamal and La Cumandá cantons, in the province of Chimborazo, with the objective of gathering information to know the ancestral practices of poultry, pork and cattle producers to rescue and revalue the ancestral knowledge that are kept in the livestock work of the mentioned places. The use of the ancestral knowledge and the application of the same in the livestock production, referring to the development of a pig, poultry or livestock farm, we can find some advantages, since it becomes a small family activity of backyard agriculture what the Unite more or one way for coexistence and contact with nature, and in this way to achieve higher yields with respect to profits and economic activity, in this way costs are cheaper since agrochemical or chemical inputs are not applied. Make the production system more expensive, which leads to sustainable production. The results obtained in the research made it possible to determine that ancestral knowledge should be revalued among the producers through practical workshops in order to disseminate how they work with the selected animals. For the selection of the animals take into account the size, weight, in the construction of chancheras, nests and corrals use materials of the area as bamboo cane, planks, leaves of cade, straw dry banana leaves, sawdust and through the use they use , Cooked Chinese potato, orito, tender pastures, kitchen waste. In order to combat diseases, they use plum buds for diarrhea, garlic, rue for pneumonia, for labor facilities use sawdust and in the process of laboring, the intervention and manipulation of man, to prevent diseases and disinfection of farms use incense and burning of Plants, for castration use knife and for healing use lemon, urine. KEY WORDS: Ancestral knowledge, livestock, Pigs, Poultry, Cattle, interviews, surveys.
Description: The research was carried out in the Sacramento, Suncamal and La Cumandá cantons, in the province of Chimborazo, with the objective of gathering information to know the ancestral practices of poultry, pork and cattle producers to rescue and revalue the ancestral knowledge that are kept in the livestock work of the mentioned places. The use of the ancestral knowledge and the application of the same in the livestock production, referring to the development of a pig, poultry or livestock farm, we can find some advantages, since it becomes a small family activity of backyard agriculture what the Unite more or one way for coexistence and contact with nature, and in this way to achieve higher yields with respect to profits and economic activity, in this way costs are cheaper since agrochemical or chemical inputs are not applied. Make the production system more expensive, which leads to sustainable production. The results obtained in the research made it possible to determine that ancestral knowledge should be revalued among the producers through practical workshops in order to disseminate how they work with the selected animals. For the selection of the animals take into account the size, weight, in the construction of chancheras, nests and corrals use materials of the area as bamboo cane, planks, leaves of cade, straw dry banana leaves, sawdust and through the use they use , Cooked Chinese potato, orito, tender pastures, kitchen waste. In order to combat diseases, they use plum buds for diarrhea, garlic, rue for pneumonia, for labor facilities use sawdust and in the process of laboring, the intervention and manipulation of man, to prevent diseases and disinfection of farms use incense and burning of Plants, for castration use knife and for healing use lemon, urine. KEY WORDS: Ancestral knowledge, livestock, Pigs, Poultry, Cattle, interviews, surveys.
URI: http://repositorio.uta.edu.ec/jspui/handle/123456789/24641
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