Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-51).
|Statement||Berhanu Gebremedhin, Adane Hirpa and Kahsay Berhe|
|Series||Working paper -- no. 15|
|Contributions||Adane Hirpa, Kahsay Berhe|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||2010305630|
Livestock Feed Marketing in Ethiopia: Challenges and Opportunities for Livestock Development Table 2 Annual production* (total quantity sold) of different oilseed cakes used as animal feed. Since , FEED has grown Ethiopia’s compound feed production capacity by 50 percent, generating cumulative sales of nearly $6 million, supporting growth in File Size: KB. If Ethiopia achieves even 10% of Livestock Master Plan targets to increase meat production to million MT and egg production to billion by , the demand will grow significantly faster than over the past few years. Furthermore, Ethiopia is well-positioned to serve the ~$ billion animal feed imports market in North and East Africa. Marketing research in the country has been primarily focused on food grains and to some extent on crop inputs, e.g. seeds and fertilisers. Pre-liberalisation market studies primarily looked at the.
Prepared Animal Feed Market in Ethiopia to - Market Size, Development, and Forecasts The industry report Prepared Animal Feed Market in Ethiopia to - Market Size, Development, and Forecasts offers the most up-to-date market data on the actual market situation, and future outlook for prepared animal feeds in Ethiopia. Feed the Future supports the country’s goal of modernizing agriculture under the New Horizon of Hope agenda, aligns with the Growth and Transformation Plan II, National Food and Nutrition Policy, and other national-level development strategies, and contributes to Ethiopia’s vision of becoming a prosperous, middle-income country by In Ethiopia, Feed the Future aims to improve long-term food security by connecting families to economic opportunities, financial services, and agricultural and nutrition services. With Feed the Future’s help in , more t households graduated from the Ethiopian Government’s safety net program and increased their incomes by an. (PSD) tables). Ethiopia has a large livestock population, but the commercial feed industry is at an infant stage, mostly located around Addis Ababa and slightly to the south. The lack of animal feed is by far the biggest constraint to the development of the livestock sector in Ethiopia. There are about 20 feed mills.
marketing campaign through its regional marketing office and targets the higher end of the market. Faced with such competitors, Ethiopian meat exporters find it difficult to compete on price or quality. This document analyzes the context, channels, customers and competitors for Ethiopian . 2merkato provides business information for investors, suppliers, buyers, traders who are engaged or want to engage in business activities in Ethiopia. Livestock marketing in Ethiopia: A review of structure, performance and development initiatives Socio-economics and Policy Research Working Paper 52 Ayele Solomon, Assegid Workalemahu, M.A. Jabbar M.M. Ahmed and Belachew Hurissa Livestock Marketing Authority The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. The purpose of this study was to analyze the poultry marketing chain in Dale and Alaba ‘special’ weredas of SNNPRS, Ethiopia. The specific objectives include analysis of the structure, conduct and performance of poultry marketing system, production and marketing support services of extension, input supply, credit and marketing.