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    The Kenyan cattle and poultry sectors widely affect society. They contribute to livelihoods, provide food and nutrition, are a major consumer of natural resources, and cause public health threats through zoonoses. The cattle and poultry sectors are anticipated to undergo rapid growth and transformation in the coming decades, because of the anticipated population and economic growth, which will provide major incentives for increased production and productivity in the livestock sector. The longer-term future of Kenyan livestock, and of the cattle and poultry sectors in particular, is still in the making and can be shaped by informed decisions taken today. To understand what different trajectories of the transformation of the cattle and poultry sectors might imply, we must review the current impact of different systems today. This brief is a summary on the current impacts of cattle and poultry systems on the livelihoods, environment and public health.
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    The Ugandan cattle and poultry sectors widely affect society. They contribute to livelihoods, provide food and nutrition, are a major consumer of natural resources, and cause public health threats through zoonoses. The cattle and poultry sectors are anticipated to undergo rapid growth and transformation in the coming decades, because of the anticipated population and economic growth, which will provide major incentives for increased production and productivity in the livestock sector. The longer-term future of Ugandan livestock, and of the cattle and poultry sectors in particular, is still in the making and can be shaped by informed decisions taken today. To understand what different trajectories of the transformation of the cattle and poultry sectors might imply, we must review the current impact of different systems today. This brief is a summary on the current impacts of cattle for meat production and poultry meat systems on the livelihoods, environment and publich health.
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    The Ugandan cattle and poultry sector widely affects society. It contributes to livelihoods, provides food and nutrition, is a major consumer of natural resources, and causes public health threats through zoonoses. The cattle and poultry sector is anticipated to undergo rapid growth and transformation in the coming decades, because the anticipated population and economic growth, which will provide major incentives for increased production and productivity in the livestock sector. The longer-term future of Ugandan livestock, and of the cattle and poultry sectors in particular, is still in the making and can be shaped by informed decisions taken today. To understand what different trajectories of the transformation of the cattle sector might imply, we must review the current impact of different systems today. This brief is a summary on the current impacts of cattle systems on the livelihoods, environment and public health.

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