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Dairy Cattle and Dairy Industry in Uganda: Trends and Challenges

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Dairy Technology, Ankara University, TURKEY
  • 2Department of Dairy Technology, Ankara University, TURKEY

Res. J. Agriculture & Forestry Sci., Volume 3, Issue (10), Pages 14-18, November,8 (2015)

Abstract

Agriculture stands as the main sector of Uganda’s economy with dairy sector contributing more than 50% of the total output of the country’s GDP from agriculture and over 80% of the country total employment. This paper provides review of the status and current advances of the dairy industry in Uganda, identifying the main challenges, giving credit and suggestions for possible improvements.

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