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|Why Are North Central And Southern Nigerians Not Venturing Into Cattle Rearing? by MisterGrace: 5:20pm On Feb 24|
Considering the level of awareness, civility and modern ways of life of the people of North Central AKA Middle Belt (Kogi, Kwara, Benue, Niger, Nasarawa, Abuja and Jos/Plateau states) and the whole Southern Nigeria (East, West and South South).
I'm still wondering why they are yet to take the center stage when it comes to cattle rearing business.
I believe they understand the importance of ranching, feed lots production and diary part of the business.
I feel if there are stringent laws against open grazing in these zones and presence of modern ranches across these zones with facilities such as veterinary clinics, feed markets, restaurants, farm houses, shopping malls and all, these killer herdsmen and farm destroyers will either subscribe to the modern way of life.
What do you think?
|Re: Why Are North Central And Southern Nigerians Not Venturing Into Cattle Rearing? by cooooooks(m): 2:55am On Feb 25|
Some Southern people are setting up ranches.
Rather, talking about setting up ranches.
Part of their problem is supply chain: who will they supply and at what rate? It takes time and money to raise cattle up to the point that you can sell them for meat. Worse still, the dairy processing industry uses powdered milk and doesn't need raw milk. Butter and cheese are not big in the country as well.
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