[Ethiopia] Agricultural Sample Survey 2009/10 (2002 E.C.) Volume II, Report on Livestock and Livestock Characteristics (Private Peasant Holdings)

Cover Ethiopia 2009/2010 Vol 2

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Statistical Bulletin 468, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Central Statistical Agency, (February 2010)

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Abstract

In this report: estimates of livestock that include cattle, sheep, goats, draught animals (horses, mules, donkeys and camels), poultry and beehives were made based on the information obtained from the holders within the sampled agricultural households in rural sedentary areas of the country as to the reference date (November 10, 2009 or Hidar 1, 2002 E.C.) and reference period (November 11, 2008 to November 10, 2009 or Hidar 2, 2001 E.C. to Hidar 1, 2002 E.C.). The report comprises the results obtained from the livestock survey as well as brief discussions made on the results. The survey results at regional levels for the sedentary rural areas are presented in Statistical Tables 3.1 - 3.30. The standard errors (SE) and coefficients of variation (CV) are given in Annex Tables 1 – 10, for some variables.

TABLES

  • Number of Livestock
  • Number by Age and Sex of Animal
  • Number by Purpose
  • Number by Breed
  • Poultry Inventory by Type
  • Beehive Inventory
  • Production of Honey
  • Number of Births, Purchases, and Acquired Animals
  • Numbers of Sales, Slaughters, Deaths, and Offered Animals
  • Number of Dairy Animals, Milk Production, and Lactation
  • Egg Production
  • Number of Vaccinated Livestock
  • Number of Livestock Afflicted by Disease
  • Number of Livestock Treated
  • Number of Livestock Died from Disease, Other Causes
  • Number of Holdings by Size
  • Animal Feed Practices of Peasant Holders
  • Number of Holders Practiced Livestock Extension Packages
  • Estimates of Livestock, Standard Errors and Coefficients of Variation

Livestock: Cattle, Sheep, Goats, Horses, Donkeys, Mules, Camels, Poultry, Beehives

Regions: Ethiopia, Tigray, Afar, Amhara, Oromia, Somale, Benishangul-Gumuz, SNNP, Harari, Gambela, Harari, Dire Dawa