Camel And Cow Milk Marketing Chain Analysis

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Camel And Cow Milk Marketing Chain Analysis The Case Of Ethiopia

Author : Bedilu Demissie
ISBN : 3659441309
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Milk has a very wide importance both as a source of food and source of income in pastoral and agro-pastoral areas. On the contrary, the level of milk production is very low because of low production from endogenous milk cow and camel. Even at the present level of milk production, the product suffered lack of market and low price. Measures to solve the problem were limited partly for reasons of little research done and lack of attention given to the livestock subsector by policy makers. Hence, this study was initiated to partially fill this gap. The study used Heckman selection and Multiple linear regression models to indentify factors affecting Cow and Camel milk marketed surplus, respectively. The Policy relevant variables identified for both milk are number of milk cows and camels, access to market information, income from non-dairy sources and market price of cow and camel milk. The S-C-P model identified that the markets for camel and cow milk in the study area were non-competitive type. Generally, camel and cow milk market in the study area seemed to be inefficient and underdeveloped.

Handbook Of Research On Health And Environmental Benefits Of Camel Products

Author : Omar Amin Alhaj
ISBN : 9781799816058
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"This book discusses the nutritional, physical, and chemical factors of camel milk in comparison to other animal and plant-based milks and introduces benefits attributed to camel meat. It explores the health benefits of fresh and fermented camel milk in vitro and in vivo as well as the link between functional constituents and the functional properties of milk"-- Provided by publisher.
Category: Health & Fitness

Transforming Agri Food Systems In Ethiopia Evidence From The Dairy Sector

Author : Minten, Bart
Genre : Political Science
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In the transformation of agri-food systems in developing countries, we usually see rapid changes in the livestock sector. However, good data for clearly understanding this transformation are often lacking, especially so in Africa. Relying on a combination of diverse large-scale datasets and methods, we analyze transformation patterns in the dairy value chain supplying Addis Ababa, the capital and biggest city of Ethiopia. Over the last decade, we note a rapid increase in expenditures on dairy products by urban consumers, especially among the better-off. Relatedly, the number of dairy processing firms in Ethiopia tripled over the same period, supplying a significant part of these dairy products, especially pasteurized milk, to the city’s residents. The number of dairy traders increased rapidly as well, with competition between them becoming more intense over time. Upstream at the production level, we find improved access to livestock services, higher adoption of cross-bred cows, a shift from grazing to commercial feeds, an increase in milk yields, expanding liquid milk markets, a sizable urban farm sector supplying almost one-third of all liquid milk consumed in the city, and an upscaling process with larger commercial dairy farms becoming more prevalent. However, average milk yields are still low and not all dairy farmers are included in this transformation process. Small farms with dairy animals as well as those in more remote areas benefit less from access to services and adopt less these modern practices. For these more disadvantaged farmers, stagnation in milk yields and even declines – depending on the data source used – are observed.
Category: Political Science

Agrinvest Food Systems Project Political Economy Analysis Of The Ethiopian Food System

Author : Woolfrey, S.; Bizzotto Molina, P.; Ronceray, M.
ISBN : 9789251339435
Genre : Social Science
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This study aims to inform the implementation in Ethiopia of the AgrInvest-Food Systems Project, a collaboration between the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) to promote private investment in African food systems that contributes to sustainable development objectives. The study analyses the Ethiopian food system, identifying and explaining notable trends, important socio-economic, food security and nutrition and environmental outcomes generated by the food system, as well as the structural factors, institutions, and actors that shape food system outcomes in Ethiopia.
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ISBN : CORNELL:31924063047736
Genre : Agriculture
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Category: Agriculture

Adding Value To Livestock Diversity

Author : Evelyn Mathias
ISBN : UIUC:30112101674148
Genre : Business & Economics
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One way to help ensure their survival may be to sell products from these breeds to high-value, specialist markets.
Category: Business & Economics

In Vivo Conservation Of Animal Genetic Resources

Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
ISBN : MINN:31951D037236003
Genre : Science
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This document contains the report of the Technical Consultation on Flag State Performance. The Consultation was held in three sessions at FAO Headquarters, Rome, from 2-6 May 2011, 5-9 March 2012 and 4-8 February 2013. The Consultation was convened by the Director General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations upon the recommendation of twenty-eighth session of the FAO Committee on Fisheries. The Technical Consultation finalised the Voluntary Guidelines for Flag State Performance. The Consultation was funded by the Governments of Canada, New Zealand, Norway and United States of America and by the European Commission
Category: Science

Dairy Engineering

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924065286241
Genre : Dairy products
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Category: Dairy products