Determinants of cattle prices in southern Kenya: Implications for breed conservation and pastoral marketing strategies
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This paper examines the bio-physical, marketing and environmental determinants of purchase price of cattle traded in pastoralists' markets in the southern rangelands of Kenya. Market -level survey data based on observed market transactions from seven livestock markets in Kajiado District in southern Kenya is used.