The share of agriculture to GDP in Pakistan is 21%, more than half of which is from livestock. Milk is the major product of livestock. Pakistan is the third largest milk producer in the world with gross annual production of 47M tonnes. 40 million of the country’s rural population are dependent on livestock for their livelihood. Punjab province has the largest share of milk production. It is important to understand the economics of dairy production in Pakistan’s complex mixed farming systems.
|Publication status||Published - 10 Feb 2012|
|Event||56th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural & Resource Economics Society - The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle WA, Fremantle, Australia|
Duration: 07 Feb 2012 → 10 Sep 2017
Conference number: 56
|Conference||56th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural & Resource Economics Society|
|Period||07/02/12 → 10/09/17|
Godfrey, S. (2012). Dairy enterprise and whole farm performance in mixed farming systems in Punjab, Pakistan. Poster session presented at 56th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural & Resource Economics Society, Fremantle, Australia.