52 percent of livestock in Uganda kept for sale - Ubos

The majority of cattle kept by agricultural households, according to the Uganda Bureau of Statistics, are for sale. Photo | Edgar R Batte 

What you need to know:

  • The report, which was released early this week, indicates that while 52 percent of agricultural households keep livestock mainly for sale, 26 percent only keep for sale. 
  • At least 18 percent keep mainly for own consumption while 3 per cent keep only for own consumption. 

 At least 52 percent of domesticated livestock in Uganda is kept mainly for sale, according to a report by Uganda Bureau of Statistics (Ubos).

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