Chapters in Books and Papers in Edited Proceedings
29. Omotayo A. M. and Idisi P. O. (1990): Promoting the Adoption of Animal Traction in Nigeria: Some Relevant Issues. In Lawrence P. R.,Lawrence K., Dijkman J. K., and Starkey, P.H.,(Editors) Research for the Development of Animal Traction in Africa: Proceedings of the 4th Workshop of the West African Animal Traction Network;, Kano, Nigeria.9-13 July, pages 248 to 252.
30. Omotayo A. M. (1991) The structure, content and conduct of fortnightly training under the T& V extension system In NAERLS ( Editor) Proceedings of the specialized training workshop on the roles of the Subject Matter Specialist in the Agricultural Development Projects. NAERLS, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria: Pp 28-40
31. Omotayo A. M. (1994) The expected roles of the human resources development unit in implementing the T & V extension system in Nigeria. In NAERLS (Editor) Proceedings of the Training workshop on training the trainers in the Agricultural Development Projects in Nigeria. National Agricultural Extension and Research Liaison Services, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. Pp 1-8.
32. Omotayo A. M. (1993) “Identifying Economic Ventures for Development of Rural Women” In Akinbode A. I. and Afolami C. A. (Eds) Strategies for mobilising Rural Women for Economic Ventures. UNAAB proceedings No. 4 pages 30 -38.
33. Omotayo A. M. and Arokoyo J. O. (1994) An Assessment of the use of Contact Farmers in the Training and Visit Extension System in Nigeria: Refereed paper published in the proceedings of the 10th Annual conference of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE) Section I, pages 1 – 8.
34. Zaria M. B., Arokoyo J. O., Omotayo A. M. and Akpoko, J. G. (1994) “Extension Issues and Priorities from a multi-sectoral perspective” In Issues and Priorities for Nigeria’s Agricultural Extension in the Twenty First Century: Afolayan S.O. and Akinbode A.I.(Editors)Proceedings of the inaugural conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria”. Feb 28 – 3rd March, ARMTI, Ilorin; Pages 89 to96.
35. Omotayo A.M., J. O. Arokoyo, and J. G. Akpoko (1995)” Approaches to technology generation and dissemination in Nigeria: an overview. In Akinbode A. I, (Editor) Proceedings of the annual conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria Pp 33- 42
36. Omotayo A. M. and I. D. Erinle (1995) Resource development in Agricultural Extension In. A. A. Jibowo (Editor) Proceedings of the annual conference of the Agricultural Extension society of Nigeria, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife. Pp 150- 159
37. Omotayo A. M. (1995) Transfer of technology in the production of fruits and vegetables. In NAERLS (Editor) Vegetable and fruits production. Proceedings of the workshop held at the National Agricultural Extension and Research Liaison Services, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Pp 172-184
38. Arokoyo J.T.and Omotayo A. M.(1995) Lessons and Experiences From an NGOs Approach to Technology Transfer in Maize Production in the Northern Guinea Savanna of Nigeria. In B. Badu-Apraku, M.O. Akoroda, M.Oudraogo amd F. M. Quin. (Editors) Contributing to Food Self-sufficiency: Maize Research and Development in Africa. Proceedings of a Regional Workshop of the West and Central Africa Maize Collaborative Research Network. 29th May to 2nd June1995 IITA, Coutonou, Benin Republic, Pages 134-139.
39. Omotayo A. M. (1996) Leadership and group dynamics. In NAERLS (Editor) Proceedings of the NAERLS/NALDA pre-season training workshop. National Agricultural Extension and Research Liaison Services, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria Pp 56 -67
40. Zaria, M.B. and A.M. Omotayo(1997) “Improving Every Farmer’s Access to Extension Services in Sub-Sahara Africa: Approaches and Challenges” In R.K. Samanta and S. K. Arora (Editors) Management of Agricultural Extension in Global Perspectives. BRPC Ltd. India, Chapter Six. Pages 67 to 83.
41. Omotayo A.M. and Musa M.W.(1998) “Land Classification and Management Practices by Farmers in a Semi-Arid Farming System in Nigeria” In Klaus D. Becker et al (Editors) Soil Fertility Management in West African Land Use Systems. University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany. (Published as short communication). P.543
42. Omotayo A. M. T.K. Atala and S.A. Ogunwale (1998) “Animal Traction Ownership Structure and Utilization in a Semi-Arid Farming System in Nigeria” In Taye Bezuneh, Souleymane Ouegraogo, Joseph Menyonga, Jean-Didier Zongo and Mahama Ouedraogo (Editors) Towards Sustainable Farming Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa. Published by the African Association for Farming Systems Research Approach to Research, Extension and Training, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Pages 443 to 452.
43. S.T.O. Lagoke, L Aliyu, J. Kling, R. J. Karsky, A. Omotayo, S. K. Kim and J. Shebayan, (2002) “Integrated management of Striga Hermonthica in Maize in the Northern Guinea Savannah of Nigeria” In Lagoke S.T.O. and S. S. Mboob (Editors) Integrated Striga Management Technologies – From Research to Farmers. Proceedings of the Fourth Pan African Striga Control Network Workshop (PASCON) Bamako, Mali 28th October to 1st November 1996
44. Omotayo A. M. (2002) Demographic change, agro-pastoral production and the quest for sustainable land use system in south western Nigeria. In Li Dajue (Editor) Proceedings of the Second International Conference on sustainable agriculture for food, energy and industry, held at the Institute of Botany, Chinese academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. September 8 – 13. 2002, Pp. 18-30
45. Omotayo A. M. (2002) Perspective on rural development in Nigeria. In Oso, Lai (Editor) Communication and Development – A reader: Jedidah Publishers Abeokuta Nigeria. Pp 29 –44
46. Omotayo A. M. (2003) Population of settled pastoralists in south western Nigeria: Size, structure, distribution and their effects on land use. In J. O. Gefu. (Editor) Land Tenure Systems in Nigeria- Evolving effective land use policy for poverty alleviation. Proceedings of the Nigeria land Network workshop Held at the Aforestation Programme Coordinating Unit, Kano 11th – 13th February 2002, Pp 79-83
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