If we want to have quality and sufficient milk in developing countries like Kenya then we must support the small-scaled farmers. Such farmers usually depend on native genetic resources and having a very in depth relations with the animals. Their production system is very eco-friendly and efficient in all ways. Their carbon, water and energy foot print is very appreciable.
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