Cassava Peels Processing And Use

Livestock production—accounting for more than 70% of agricultural land use globally—is expected to more than double in the next 40 years to meet a rapidly rising demand for livestock products, especially in developing countries. Given the fixed land supply and the need to reduce human-livestock competition for food-feed grains, developing alternative and sustainable feed sources to boost livestock production is essential. With the steady increase in cassava production, averaging 3% per annum since 1995 in Africa and Nigeria, animal feed generated from cassava peels holds enormous potential. Due to its affordability, ease of storage and resilience to climate change, this growth rate is expected to continue, bringing annual production in Africa and Nigeria to approximately 350 million and 150 million tonne

Cassava Peel

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