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Perceived Climate Variability Effects on Socio-Economic Well-Being of Dairy Farmers, Case Study of Kisii Highlands in Kenya

@article{Ngare2017PerceivedCV,
  title={Perceived Climate Variability Effects on Socio-Economic Well-Being of Dairy Farmers, Case Study of Kisii Highlands in Kenya},
  author={Innocent Ngare and Joseph Muiruri Karanja and Dennis Chweya Mokaya},
  journal={Imperial journal of interdisciplinary research},
  year={2017},
  volume={3}
}
: The dairy sector globally has been hit by climate variability impacts that affect animal performance. This affects the socioeconomic wellbeing of dairy farmers across the globe. This study was conducted at Kisii Highlands, a tropical region in the western part of Kenya. The objectives to the study were: to determine the socioeconomic impact of climate variability on dairy farming along the Kisii Highlands and to assess farmers’ perceptions on climate variability disease effect relation on… 

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