Potential livestock value chain interventions             for the LIVES project                        Dirk Hoekstra   LIV...
Selected livestock value chains•   Milk and local butter – dairy•   Live animals – large and small ruminants•   Eggs, bird...
Small holder dairy productsRaw milk            Local butter
Dairy producers/marketsProducers              Urban markets      Rural markets                          Fluid milkUrban da...
Small holder produced animalsLarge ruminants   Small ruminants
Live animal producers/marketsProducers                    Local market           Export market                            ...
Small holder produced poultry                 productsEggs                  Live birds/broilers
Small holder poultry producers                    marketsProducers                    Urban market           Rural market ...
Small holder produced poultry               productsRaw honey           (Semi) processed honey
Small holder honey producers/marketsProducers                    Local market               Export market                 ...
Potential livestock value chain             interventions• On farm  – Animal production and productivity  – Fodder/feed pr...
ON FARM PRODUCTION   INTERVENTIONS
Animal production/productivity• Better performing animals - local, exotic  breeds and crosses• Increase in number of anima...
Local breeds
Increased business scale
Improved animal husbandry• Housing (milk barns, shading, cages, hives)• Feeding (base plus supplementary feeding)• Pest/di...
Housing
Feeding
Pest/disease and waste management
On farm fodder production• Harvesting/preparation of crop residues• Planted fodder species• Grazing area/pasture improvement
Crop residues
Crop residue treatment/conservation
Planted fodder crops
Grazing area development
INPUT PRODUCTINON/SUPPLY and   SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS        INTERVENTIONS
Potential interventions• Alternative, specialized farm/community based  agricultural input production• Alternative service...
Animal/bee reproduction
Forage seed reproduction/supply
Mass AI with hormones
Animal health services
Input suppliers
Processing andmarketing interventions
Potential interventions• Introduction of small scale processing  equipment• Collective (formal, informal) and individual  ...
Introduction of small scale processing               services
Collective/individual action for  processing and marketing
Market information and promotion• Price information services• Increase access producers to more traders• Market promotion ...
Thank youwww.lives-ethiopia.org
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Presented by Dirk Hoekstra at the LIVES Commodity Value Chain Development Inception Workshop, Addis Ababa, 21–24 January 2013

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Potential livestock value chain interventions for the LIVES project

  1. 1. Potential livestock value chain interventions for the LIVES project Dirk Hoekstra LIVES Commodity Value Chain Development Inception Workshop Addis Ababa, 21–24 January 2013
  2. 2. Selected livestock value chains• Milk and local butter – dairy• Live animals – large and small ruminants• Eggs, birds – poultry• Honey - apiculture
  3. 3. Small holder dairy productsRaw milk Local butter
  4. 4. Dairy producers/marketsProducers Urban markets Rural markets Fluid milkUrban dairy farmers Private HH - Traders -Peri - urban crop- Private & cooplivestock farmers processors RestaurantsRural crop-livestock - Private HHfarmers Local butterUrban farmers - -Rural crop-livestock Traders Private HHfarmers Traders
  5. 5. Small holder produced animalsLarge ruminants Small ruminants
  6. 6. Live animal producers/marketsProducers Local market Export market Small ruminantsSmall scale crop-livestock Traders Exportersfarmers in peri-urban and Local butchers Export abattoirrural areas Individual HH Large ruminantsSmall scale crop livestock Traders Livestock exporterssystem in peri-urban and Local butchers Export abattoirsrural areas Urban abattoirs Individual HHMedium/large scale Urban abattoirs Export abattoirspecialized producers
  7. 7. Small holder produced poultry productsEggs Live birds/broilers
  8. 8. Small holder poultry producers marketsProducers Urban market Rural market EggsSpecialized urban/peri- Restaurants/hotelsurban producers (50 -400) Traders Individual HHRural crop-livestock farms Egg traders Individual HH Egg traders Birds/broilerSpecialized urban/peri- Restaurants/hotelsurban producers (50 -400) Traders Individual HHRural mixed farms Traders Individual HH Traders
  9. 9. Small holder produced poultry productsRaw honey (Semi) processed honey
  10. 10. Small holder honey producers/marketsProducers Local market Export market Raw honeyTraditional beekeepers Private HHcrop-livestock system Traders Tej houses (Semi-) processed honeySpecialized bee keepers – Traders Tradersindividuals, group with Cooperatives Processorsmodern hivesCrop-livestock beekeepers Traders Traderswith traditional an modern Individual HH Processorshives Cooperatives
  11. 11. Potential livestock value chain interventions• On farm – Animal production and productivity – Fodder/feed production• Input supply/service delivery• Processing/marketing
  12. 12. ON FARM PRODUCTION INTERVENTIONS
  13. 13. Animal production/productivity• Better performing animals - local, exotic breeds and crosses• Increase in number of animals/farm with help of credit, especially for specialized farmers• Improved animal husbandry
  14. 14. Local breeds
  15. 15. Increased business scale
  16. 16. Improved animal husbandry• Housing (milk barns, shading, cages, hives)• Feeding (base plus supplementary feeding)• Pest/disease/waste management
  17. 17. Housing
  18. 18. Feeding
  19. 19. Pest/disease and waste management
  20. 20. On farm fodder production• Harvesting/preparation of crop residues• Planted fodder species• Grazing area/pasture improvement
  21. 21. Crop residues
  22. 22. Crop residue treatment/conservation
  23. 23. Planted fodder crops
  24. 24. Grazing area development
  25. 25. INPUT PRODUCTINON/SUPPLY and SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS INTERVENTIONS
  26. 26. Potential interventions• Alternative, specialized farm/community based agricultural input production• Alternative service delivery systems for health and AI, including use of advanced drugs and equipment• Service delivery systems for bailing and chopping• Input shops (private, cooperative) linkages with suppliers (dealerships)and farmers in hubs
  27. 27. Animal/bee reproduction
  28. 28. Forage seed reproduction/supply
  29. 29. Mass AI with hormones
  30. 30. Animal health services
  31. 31. Input suppliers
  32. 32. Processing andmarketing interventions
  33. 33. Potential interventions• Introduction of small scale processing equipment• Collective (formal, informal) and individual action for processing and sale of livestock products• Market linkages/information/promotion
  34. 34. Introduction of small scale processing services
  35. 35. Collective/individual action for processing and marketing
  36. 36. Market information and promotion• Price information services• Increase access producers to more traders• Market promotion thru fairs• Linking with value chain projects operational at regional/federal level
  37. 37. Thank youwww.lives-ethiopia.org
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