Factors Affecting the Adoption of Forage Technologies under Smallholder Dairy Production Systems in Tanzania
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Ndah, H.,Schuler, J., Paul, B.K.,Nzogela, B.,Mangesho, W.,Mollel, R.,Loina, R.,Kengwa, V.(2017). Factors Affecting the Adoption of Forage Technologies under Smallholder Dairy Production Systems in Tanzania, In: TROPENTAG 2017 Conference theme: Future Agriculture: Social-ecological transitions and bio-cultural shifts 20 - 22, 2017, University of Bonn, Germany. International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). Nairobi, KE. 14p.
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70% of the world’s bovines belongs to LDCs, but they only produce 29% of the global meat and 23% of the global milk output (Jahnke et al. 1988). Current demand for dairy products in Africa largely outweigh their production (Smith 2015; Lukuyu et al. 2009). A comparative study showed a 4.0% demand growth rate against a 3.1% production growth rate of dairy products in SSA between 1990 and 2004 (Ndambi et al. 2007), While, at the same period, Africa’s dairy imports grew at a rate of 2.1% per annum. Numbers demonstrate that SSA’s dairy production potential is yet to be reached.
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