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This research aimed to (1) study the conditions of job’s tear cultivation and the by-products of job’s tear threshing in Loei province, Thailand and Saiyabuli province, Laos PDR;
the target group consisted of involved work agencies, 40 job’s tear farmers, 4 mills located in Loei province and Saiyabuli province of Lao PDR, and 2 farmers feeding animals with job’s tear bran and broken job’s tears; and (2) study the guidelines for farmers to use job’s tear bran and broken jobs’ tears as feedstuff; the target group consisted of the involved work agencies and 16 animal farmers. The methods of the study consisted of a review of related documents and researches, an interview, an in-depth interview, and a focus group discussion. The fndings of the research are as follows: Currently, Loei province imports jobs’ tear from Lao PDR. As a consequence, Loei province has the greatest amount of job’s tear product in Thailand. The increasing domestic demand of job’s tear consumption results in increasing Job’s tears threshing by-products. The guidelines for utilization of job’s tear bran and broken job’s tears as feedstuff for farm animals were the following: there should be knowledge management on using job’s tear bran and broken job’s tears as feedstuff for farm animals, and the presentation of alternative data for using them as feedstuff for farm animals; as such, all stakeholders should be involved and provide cooperation; and there should be the creation of full-production process and campaigns to promote consumption of jobs’ tear for heath to sustainably solve the problems.
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