Suriname dairy production project: feasibility study
Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería y Pesca (Suriname)
Instituto Interamericano de Cooperación para la Agricultura (IICA)
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The document explains that while Suriname inherited from Holland a sound basic tradition in dairying and possesses a good national herd of dairy animals based on the original Holstein-Friesan importations crossed with Zebu, Sahiwal and other breeds, over the last two decades milk production has decreased substantially and the country has depended more and more on imported milk. The objectives of this project are: Increased total production of fresh cow milk; and efficient and effective marketing systems for domestic milk output. The table of contents includes: I) Background; II) The national economy; II) The agricultural sector; IV) The project: general and specific objectives, project outputs, marketing, technical cooperation, the farm models, project components, and project implementation; V) Project benefits, costs and technical feasibility justification; IV) Preconditioning policy measures, and VII) Salient ussues and recommendations. There are annexes to chapter two in volume II, dealing with the national economy, the agricultural sector, the project, and its costs and benefits.
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