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Challenges to modernising Kenya’s beef industry

In May 2020, the Kenya Markets Trust (KMT) released a report containing the four key tracks through which the country’s beef industry would be transformed into a “modern, efficient, organised and professional sector that is capable of adding significant value”.

The vision set out was to “increase the returns to pastoralists from sales of livestock, due to increases in quantity, quality, reliability of supply and increased and

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