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|Author(s) :||P.K. Turkson|
The study compared assessments of animal health care delivery to small-scale and medium to large-scale poultry keepers in peri-urban areas in four regions of Ghana. Four hundred and one keepers were interviewed using a questionnaire. Significantly higher proportions of the small-scale and medium to large-scale keepers met their needs by themselves. The mean distances or times used in getting veterinary services were similar for both groups. Significantly higher proportions of medium to large-scale keepers said drugs and vaccines were available and getting help was easy.
Animal health – Ghana – Peri-urban agriculture – Poultry production – Quality indicator – Small-scale farmer – Veterinary services.