UGANDA: Milk industry diversifies as market dries up
Dairy farmers in the Kabale district have had to diversify their activities in a bid to cope with the fragile Ugandan milk market. The area produces over 1000 litres of milk every day, but as the domestic and export markets for unprocessed milk dried up, the industry has switched attention to the production of other dairy products such as ghee, cheese, and butter.
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