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Determinants of regional livestock supply in Canada

T. C Kerr

Determinants of regional livestock supply in Canada

an analysis of short-run changes in the regional supply of hogs and slaughter cattle.

by T. C Kerr

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Published by Agricultural Economics Research Council of Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cattle -- Canada,
  • Swine -- Canada

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF196 C2 K4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination115p.
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18234799M

    Distance from Input Source DIST : This is the distance between household living area and the place where a household can get a necessary input for their production and consumption. Except for Mozambique, there was no existing list of farmer households in the study sublocations; therefore a comprehensive list of all households was compiled with local elders, administrators and the group officials. A total of interviews were conducted. Climate change could also modify the availability of water for production. Kergna, A.

    Increases in Chinese pigmeat production have been rapid, growing around fold from 1. But their conclusion cannot be taken for granted since they only review previous works instead of doing their investigation which would result in another conclusion. Some studies made use of various methodologies to identify determinants of food security in different parts of Ethiopia. In Ethiopia, all these indicators are prevalent and hence chronic and transitory food insecurity being the root causes of poverty in the country The presented framework is developed in the following three steps: 1 defining the concept of population health and identifying its main determinants, 2 defining the concept of globalisation and identifying its main features and 3 constructing the conceptual model for globalisation and population health.

    They have more easy access to them, can own them and have control of the animals and their products. There was insignificant variation in the marital status of the sample household heads between single food insecure household headed and secured household headed with 9. More than half of rural women live more than 30 minutes from a hospital offering delivery and nursery services. Doss, C. Those employed in other sectors also enjoy lower food prices and a more stable food supply. The framework has two functions: serving as 'think-model', and providing a basis for the development of future scenarios on health.


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Determinants of regional livestock supply in Canada by T. C Kerr Download PDF Ebook

Married food secured household headed is greater than married food insecure household headed with a percent of However, the distribution of meat types varies significantly across the world; in some countries, other meat types such as wild game, horse, and duck can account for a significant share of total production.

A diversified portfolio of products should ensure that farmers do not suffer complete ruin when the weather is bad. A hedonic pricing model was fitted to examine the determinants of observed live cattle prices.

Public Health Agency of Canada

According to Nejafi 44 and Muluken 43food production is increased extensively through expansion of the area under cultivation, while livestock provides not only food for the producers but also other products which could be sold to provide food or income The food security situation among poor households in North Wollo zone remained to be at Crisis level Doss, C.

The third Chapter Determinants of regional livestock supply in Canada book the other hand presents description of the study area, survey methods, data analytical tools and working hypothesis.

As a global average, per capita meat consumption has increased approximately 20 kilograms since ; the average person consumed around 43 kilograms of meat in Rome: IFAD.

Additionally, health in itself can also influence its multi-level, Determinants of regional livestock supply in Canada book determinants; for example, ill health can have a negative impact on economic development. Abstract This paper describes a conceptual framework for the health implications of globalisation.

The availability of credit, another important variable, was expected to influence the household food security status positively. However, due to natural, human and institutional factors, the agricultural sector failed to meet the food demand of the growing population 20 making food insecurity chronic and pervasive Some of these problems are due to limited infrastructure to support public health, while others relate primarily to the impact of agriculture, logging, mining, and other industries on the environment.

Another similar study by Ramarkishna et al. In male-headed households, both the male adult and female adult were interviewed.

Some studies made use of various methodologies to identify determinants of food security in different parts of Ethiopia. Chapter 5 analyses intra-household income management and the factors that influence whether income from livestock will be managed by men or by women, or jointly.

Niamir-Fuller, M. Objective of the Study 1. These follow-ups and discussions can, however, lead to better quality of data. Thirdly, the household survey was collected at one-shot collected only one time. Ethiopia is usually at a high risk for droughts as well as intra-seasonal dry spells.

Journal of Nutrition 11 : S—S. As a result the premium is higher to compensate for the increased risk of a payment. Often, the sample size is expressed regarding variance.

An analysis that identifies these points on the value chains, and leads to the selection of interventions that have been used and can be used to increase their value and benefits to women, is crucial. There is no obligation to sell the cattle to make an insurance claim, although the intention of the program is to match policy length and claims to actual cattle sales.

In Ethiopia though it has not gain greater attention by the government, the donor organizations have shown obsession to the productive role of water in any rural water supply projects Butterworth, et al, Both descriptive and econometric method of analysis were used.

Regarding their marital status, about This adds another complexity to data collection. Moreover poorly trained water committee which mostly led by male leader and being lackadaisical to involve the community during site selection and design found to lead to the immediate breakdown of the water supply projects.This study examined the factors that influence the prices of live cattle in the major regional livestock market in Garissa, North Eastern Province.

The main objectives of the paper are to examine market price determinants of live cattle, establish the relationship between the market prices and the factors that influence them, and further.

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