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Dairy development in Ethiopia AgEcon
Ahmed, Mohamed A. M.; Ehui, Simeon K.; Assefa, Yemesrach.
Ethiopia holds large potential for dairy development due to its large livestock population, the favorable climate for improved, high-yielding animal breeds, and the relatively disease-free environment for livestock. Given the considerable potential for smallholder income and employment generation from high-value dairy products, development of the dairy sector in Ethiopia can contribute significantly to poverty alleviation and nutrition in the country. Like other sectors of the economy, the dairy sector in Ethiopia has passed through three phases or turning points, following the economic and political policy in the country. In the most recent phase, characterized by the transition towards market-oriented economy, the dairy sector appears to be moving...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Ethiopia; Dairy; Livestock; Dairy products industry; Livestock productivity; Africa; Sub-Saharan Africa; East Africa; Livestock Production/Industries.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/60321
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Determinants and Implications of the Growing Scale of Livestock Farms in Four Fast-Growing Developing Countries AgEcon
Delgado, Christopher L.; Narrod, Clare A.; Tiongco, Marites M.; Barros, Geraldo Sant'Ana de Camargo; Catelo, Maria Angeles; Costales, Achilles; Mehta, Rajesh; Naranong, Viroj; Poapongsakorn, Nipon; Sharma, Vijay Paul; de Zen, Sergio.
he rapid growth in consumer demand for livestock offers an opportunity to reduce poverty among smallholder livestock farmers in the developing world. These farmers’ opportunity may be threatened, however, by competition from larger-scale farms. This report assesses the potential threat, examining various forms of livestock production in Brazil, India, the Philippines, and Thailand. Findings show that the competitiveness of smallholder farms depends on the opportunity cost of family labor and farmers’ ability to overcome barriers to the acquisition of production- and market-related information and assets. Pro-poor livestock development depends, therefore, on the strengthening of institutions that will help smallholders overcome the disproportionately high...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Developing countries; Economic aspects; Industrialization; Profit efficiency; Environmental externalities; Smallholder competitiveness; Livestock productivity; Livestock Industrialization; Scaling up; Livestock Production/Industries.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/92804
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Results from on-the-ground efforts to promote sustainable cattle ranching in the brazilian Amazon. Repositório Alice
ERMGASSEN, E. K. H. J. zu; ALCÂNTARA, M. P. de; BALMFORD, A.; BARIONI, L. G.; BEDUSCHI NETO, F.; BETTARELLO, M. M. F.; BRITO, G. de; CARRERO, G. C.; FLORENCE, E. da A. S.; GARCIA, E.; GONÇALVES, E. T.; LUZ, C. T. da; MALLMAN, G. M.; STRASSBURG, B. B. N.; VALENTIM, J. F.; LATAWIEC, A..
Agriculture in Brazil is booming. Brazil has the world?s second largest cattle herd and is the second largest producer of soybeans, with the production of beef, soybeans, and bioethanol forecast to increase further. Questions remain, however, about how Brazil can reconcile increases in agricultural production with protection of its remaining natural vegetation. While high hopes have been placed on the potential for intensification of low-productivity cattle ranching to spare land for other agricultural uses, cattle productivity in the Amazon biome (29% of the Brazilian cattle herd) remains stubbornly low, and it is not clear how to realize theoretical productivity gains in practice. We provide results from six initiatives in the Brazilian Amazon, which are...
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Land sparing; Agricultura sustentable; Livestock productivity; Productividad pecuaria; Agricultura sustentável; Pecuária; Bovinocultura; Produtividade; Sustainable agriculture; Amazonía; Amazonia.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1090799
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