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Title:Conflicts and Obstacles in Livestock Development in Tanzania
Author:Mackenzie, William
Year:1972
Periodical:East African Journal of Rural Development
Volume:5
Issue:1-2
Pages:81-102
Language:English
Geographic term:Tanzania
Subjects:animal husbandry
meat
Agriculture, Natural Resources and the Environment
Development and Technology
Abstract:Three things establish the first and main; policy conflict in livestock development: The long term prospect for increased commercialization and offtake, the need for 'better nutrition and the urgent need for export receptis. Reduced offtake (since 1965 there - has been a fall in the rate of offtake) and a 54 per cent increase in per capita urban consumption resulted in lover exports of canned meat. In solving the policy dilemma between the need for better distribution of protein within the country and the need for exports, a crucial factor is the rate of total offtake from the national herd and the extent to which its distribution can be controlled or directed through commercial markets. Notes, tables.
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