SOMALIA: Livestock Monthly Price Bulletin (February 2010)

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    SOMALIA: Livestock Monthly Price Bulletin (February 2010)

    The livestock sector is central to the economic and cultural life of the Somali people. The sector provides food and income to over 60 percent of the country’s population. Burao and Galkayo are the largest livestock market in the Horn of Af

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The livestock sector is central to the economic and cultural life of the Somali people. The sector provides food and income to over 60 percent of the country’s population. Burao and Galkayo are the largest livestock market in the Horn of Africa especially for export sheep and goats from the Somali region of Ethiopia and parts of southern Somalia regions. The majority of the livestock exported through Berbera and Bosasso seaports originates from these markets. Burao and Galkayo are two important reference markets for key pastoral livelihood zones of Hawd, Sool Plateau, Nugaal valley and Adun in the Northeast and central regions. Beled Weyne connects the south and central regions of the country, and is the supply source of export cattle through Bosasso port. Dinsor, Bardera and, Hudur are important cattle markets in the sorghum growing agro pastoral livelihood zones in southern Somalia. Significant number of the cattle trekked to Garissa (Kenya) cattle market originates from these markets. Afmadow is largest cattle market in southern Somalia. It is the reference market for the largest cattle belt in the Juba valley. It is the main source of the cross border cattle trade to Garissa, Mombasa and Nairobi markets in Kenya.

 It is the main source of the cross border cattle trade to Garissa, Mombasa and Nairobi markets in Kenya.

 

 



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