Milk quality along dairy farming systems and associated value chains in Kenya: An analysis of composition, contamination and adulteration
Poor milk safety constitutes a persistent public health risk in Kenya. Poor milk composition, microbial contamination and adulteration is a constraint to dairy sector development. This research study hypothesized that variation in milk quality and safety depends on variation between farming systems. Based on this hypothesis, the researchers argued that variation between farming systems is associated with spatial location which affects the agro-ecological conditions and the availability of labour and land.