1. Cereal crop residues for livestock feeding based on urea-molasses blocks and high offer levels in Central Tanzania
  2. Quality and Quantity of Maize and Sorghum Vegetative parts harvested at different stages of plant growth as fodder for Livestock
  3. Evaluation of Acacia tortilis and Sesbania Sesban as potential feeds for sheep
  4. Influence of pre-weaning management system and dry season nutritional supplementation on the performance of Mpwapwa heifers.
  5. Use of water Melon as an alternative source of water and protein supplement for dairy cows.
  6. Effects of restricted suckling vs artificial rearing on milk production, calf performance and reproductive efficiency of dual purpose Mpwapwa Cattle in semi-arid climate.
  7. Use of dual purpose legume crops in the Agro-pastoral systems of Semi-arid areas of Tanzania
  8. The influence of indigenous browse and other local feeds on the Milk production and nutrition of dual purpose Goats in Central Tanzania
  9. Promising tropical grasses and legumes as feed resources in Central Tanzania
  10. Traditional range resource Utilisation, Experience gained among the pastoralists of Tanzania
  11. Browse leaves and pods as ruminant feed in Central Tanzania
  12. Performance and behaviour of the cows and calf in restricted suckling and Artificial rearing systems
  13. The potential of Mulberry (Morus alba) as fodder tree for goats in Semi-arid Tanzania
  14. Towards efficient Utilisation of Maize stovers for goats in semi-arid areas of Central Tanzania
  15. Feeding strategies for dual-purpose cattle in Semi-arid areas of Central Tanzania
  16. Optimising the Quality and biomass production of maize stover tops for stall-fed dual purpose dairy cows in Semi-arid Central Tanzania
  17. A feeding strategy of combining tropical grass species for stall-fed dairy cows
  18. Effect of level of Acacia tortilis and Faidherbia albida pods supplementation on the milk quality of dual-purpose dairy cows fed grass hay based diets
  19. Development and testing of feeding packages for improved dairy cattle under Small holder farming systems in Semi-arid areas of Central Tanzania
  20. Improvement of ruminants feeds through introduction of fodder trees in Central Tanzania
  21. Breeding and Selection of Mpwapwa Cattle by Using open Nucleus Breeding System
  22. The potential of water Melon (Citrullus Vulgaris) as a source of water and protein supplement for dairy cows in the farming systems of Central Tanzania
  23. Mpwapwa Breed Multiplication
  24. On-station breeding and selection of Mpwapwa
  25. Breeding and use of improved management practices for Optimum Utilisation of Tanzania Short Horn Zebu (TSZ) Cattle in Central Tanzania
  26. Pastures and Fodder crops seed production studies
  27. Rangeland resources Utilisation among the agro-pastoralists in Central Tanzania
  28. Control of Astropomoea hyoscamoides. A noxious weed in pastures of Central Tanzania.
  29. Integrating dual purpose goats into Smallholder crop-livestock based production system of Central Tanzania
  30. Improvement of rural chicken productivity through improved health and management practices in Central Tanzania
  31. The Central Zone ethno-veterinary practices; validation of the healing powers of traditional medicinal plants in livestock
  32. Follow up studies of Mpwapwa Cattle and blended goats intdoduced at Berege, Chalinze and Kondoa
  33. Adoption and Diffusion of improved Dairy Technology in Central Tanzania
  34. A Study on Local knowledge in relation to management of Agro-biodiversity for seed and food security in Central Tanzania
  35. On-station breeding and selection of blended goats
  36. Introduction of improved pig breeds and their management in Kongwa and Mpwapwa
  37. Characterisation and performance evaluation of local chicken in semi-arid of Central Tanzania for improvement of village chicken.
  38. Livestock Early Warning Systems (LEWS)
  39. Integrated management and assessment (IMAS)
  40. Evavaluation of cassava like Tree (Manihot glaziovii) in Agroforestry Systems for fodder vegetable and Fuel wood Production when intercropped with Maize crop in Semi-arid Central Tanzania
  41. Feeding and management of rural poultry production in Central Tanzania
  42. Characterization of undesirable substances in the ruminant food chain in the Lake Victoria Basin on the basis of biophysical and anthropogenic factors
  43. Trends in livestock production systems and their impacts on Environment and livelihoods in Lake Victoria Basin
  44. Evaluation of indigenous browse plants as protein sources for goats in semi arid areas of Tanzania
  45. Biochemical and socio-economic feasibility of using selected indigenous browses as protein supplements to goats in semi arid regions of Tanzania
  46. Factors influencing performance of sheep in mixed production systems of Tanzania
  47. Improving the productivity of small ruminants in Central Tanzania through introduction of improved technologies
  48. Strengthening organizational capacity and bargaining power of goat farmers for improved efficiency of in put and output markets in Central regions of Tanzania
  49. Improving livestock and livestock products marketing: Market links, infrastructure and value -`addition in central Tanzania
  50. Multiplication of Mpwapwa breed cattle: Enhancing private sector            to multiply Mpwapwa breed cattle using open nucleus breeding system (ONBS)
  51. Improving Livelihoods Of Smallholder Pig Farmers In Kongwa District In Central Zone Of Tanzania
  52. Integration of improved forage species into livestock and crop based farming system of Central Tanzania
  53. Strengthening forage seed production and genebank maintenance in Central and East Africa
  54. Improving pasture productivity in rangelands to increase beef production in semi-arid of Tanzania
  55. The potential of watermelon (Citrullus vulgaris) as a source of water and protein supplements for dairy cows in the farming system of Central Tanzania.
  56. Control of Astripomoea hyoscamoides, a noxious weed in pastures of Central Tanzania