Beef Supply Dwindles in Manicaland

ZIMBABWE - Manicaland has registered a significant decrease in beef supply as farmers continue to battle disease outbreaks and limited funds to combat the diseases.
calendar icon 8 March 2019
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Provincial Livestock production and development officer, Mr Joshua Zveutete said more than 75 percent of beef in Manicaland comes from the communal farmers who have been failing to acquire enough inputs as well as vaccines for their cattle to improve productivity.

"The harsh economic situation has hindered farmers from increasing production. Vaccines to protect their cattle from diseases are expensive so they have remained vulnerable to various disease outbreaks," he said.

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Source: The Manica Post

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