Though cattle grazing remains a source of insecurity and in the country and disharmony among Nigerians, it has been disclosed that Nigeria cattle owners will never be able to provide 50 per cent of the country’s dairy or beef needs until they embrace ranching and modern livestock farming techniques.
This, experts say is because cattle that walk long distances will remain emaciated, malnourished and unhealthy to produce quality meat and large quantities of milk to meet the nation’s needs.
Records show that Nigeria has been importing dairy products from Europe and elsewhere for over 60 years and spends from $1.2 billion to $1.5 billion on importation of the dairy products alone every year…
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