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Pig production and farm income in the pig value chain in Hung Yen and Nghe An provinces
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Pham Van Hung, Nguyen Thi Duong Nga and Lucia Lapar. Vietnam J. Agri. Sci., 2017, volume 15, number 4.

Abstract: The livestock sector in general and pig production in particular is important in Vietnam not only for supplying food for its growing population but also for its significant contributions to the country‟s economy. Smallholder pig producers which are predominant, supply at least 80% of pork in the market in the country. This paper aims to draw a picture of pig production performance of small farmers based on the survey data of ILRI-VNUA using a value chain approach. It is estimated that the income of pig smallholders was, on average, VND 765 thousand per 100 kg pig live pig weigh; regional differences in income were statistically significant. Pig diseases, feed use, and measures applied for disease protection had significant effects on farm income. However, different perceptions on food safety were not significantly associated with income levels of farmers. A long time is likely to be needed to change the perception and behaviors of farmers on food safety.


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