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Dryland farmers increase milk, lower cost through camel & goat dairy farming

Farmers in north sub-Saharan Africa‚Äôs drylands are able to raise milk production with lower inputs by shifting from cattle to camel and goat farming. The report outlined that increasing goat and camel populations by 14 per cent (7.7 million) and 10 per cent (1.2 million), respectively while reducing the dairy cattle population by 24 per …

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