Analysis of Beef Value Chain in Zambia: Challenges and Opportunities of Linking Smallholders to Markets
Nicholas Sitko () and
No 229599, Food Security Collaborative Working Papers from Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Rapid urbanization and population expansion, coupled with sustained income growth and the emergence of an urban African middle class are triggering an increase in the consumption of animal protein in Zambia. The sustained increase in the consumption of animal proteins creates a host of new development opportunities to synergistically link small-scale livestock producers into economic growth processes from which they have largely been excluded.
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