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Crop and livestock integration – as a principle of agro-ecology – consists of a range of resource-saving practices that favors an efficient recycling of natural resources by creating a beneficial synergy between crop and livestock production, thus using the outputs of one system as inputs or resources for the other system.
This integration is based on four main pillars:
Added to the above four pillars are some economic flows: cash generated from crops providing incomes to buy animals, or cash from selling the animals allowing investment in crop production.
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