Zimbabwe’s raw milk production rose by 12,66 per cent to 7,19 million litres in November this year compared to the same period last year.
The trend shows exponential growth after monthly output grew by 8,07 per cent in September 2021 to 7,2 m litres in October.
September 2021’s milk production figures represented an improvement from 6,55 million litres achieved the previous month to 6,98 million, according to the official data.
Agriculture, thus the growing of crops and rearing of animals is Zimbabwe’s economic backbone.
Meanwhile, things took a bad turn after land reform, amid claims that it was badly done.