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6. Ashimolowo, O.R., Lawal-Adebowale, O.A., Sodiya, C.I. and Osamiluyi, B.O. (2006): “Sedentarisation and Livelohoods: The sace of Fulani women in Abeokuta North, Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Social development in Africa. Vol 21. No. 2 pp. 103-118
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8. Akinbile, L.A., Akinwale, J.A. and Ashimolowo, O.R. (2006): determinants of Productivity level among rice farmers in Obafemi-Owode LGA of Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of New Seeds. Haworth Food and Agricultural products Press USA. Vol. 8 No. 4 pp 79-89. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a902797934.
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10. Ashimolowo, O.R. and Busari, M.A. (2006): “ Social Impact assessment of Cement pollution among small scale farmer in cement production areas of Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of agricultural Ext.. Vol. 9 Pp.142-149 http://www.msnusers.com/aeson/aesonpublications
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13. Adeokun, M.O. and Ashimolowo, O.R. Oladoja, M.A. and B.O. Adisa (2004): “Involvement in the production of small domestic ruminants in Ijebu North LGA of Ogun State, Nigeria. African Journal of Livestock extension. Vol. 3 Pp. 50-54.