Beef farming is one of the most crucial economic activities in Ethiopia considering a majority of its locals being agro-pastoralists. A large number of populations is located in rural areas, and animal farming is normality to them. Cattle have a variety of benefit for the locals such as milk, hides, meat and butter. Also, slowing plowing is still used in large-scale farming as the majority cannot afford the use of machinery.

Ethiopia is well known for its naturally fed cattle. Statistics currently show that 62% of Ethiopia’s cattle are grazed, 28% feed on crop residues, 6% feed on hay this is especially common in urban and semi-urban areas and 1% are feed on by-products

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