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IJSTR >> Volume 3- Issue 11, November 2014 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Build Synergy Between Local And Modern Knowledge In Developing Beef Cattle

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AUTHOR(S)

A.Amidah Amrawaty, M. Saleh S. Ali, Nurdiah Husnah

 

KEYWORDS

Index Terms: synergy, local knowledge, modern knowledge, beef cattle

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: The successful of farm development relies heavily on science and technology adoption by cattlemen society. Indonesia as a developing country has absorbed technologies from developed countries, some showed good results but some others less complies with the existing conditions. Technology transfer from developed countries to developing countries could hamper development. The importance of indigenous technology expressed that only one thing could help efforts to increase the income of farmers with an understanding of local knowledge systems and the structure of the existing institutions. Therefore, to develop animal resources and in particular sustainable beef cattle farm, a synergy need to be built between local knowledge of farmer communinities which already applied and blends in with the local culture and modern knowledge generated through research, actualized in concept of sustainable animal husbandry development acting very dominant for sustainability, well-being, social, and creativity. Local knowledge is possible for synergy with modern knowledge which has become the main knowledge in agricultural development today. Synergizing both of these knowledges needs a precondition of mutual respect among owners of these the stocks of knowledge. Experts or owners of modern knowledge must admit and cherish local knowledge owners and vice versa, owners of local knowledge should also appreciate the modern one. Without esteem from both knowledge owners it is impossible to synergize both of this knowledge.

 

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