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Economic considerations of traditional livestock (cattle) production in Tabora region of Tanzania



Economic considerations of traditional livestock (cattle) production in Tabora region of Tanzania



Research and Training Newsletter Dar es Salaam 6(1/4): 15-18



This paper describes the production characteristics of the traditional livestock (cattle) herd in Tabora region of western Tanzania. Cost-benefit analysis is used to evaluate the economic potential of the traditional cattle sector at different levels of production. Milk constitutes the most important part of production, but oxen power and manure are also important outputs.

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