A study of technical and economic feasibility for the establishment of sheep breeding in Ethiopia

1. Executive summary.
2. Introduction.
3. Overview of sheep production and marketing in Ethiopia (case analysis).

3.1. Census and distribution of sheep in Ethiopia:

Data that would appear on national resources and help identify potential sheep production areas.

 3.2- Genetic resources:

Refers to the country’s genetic diversity and available breeding options.

 3.3 – Management and Productivity: –

A description of the prevailing sheep production systems and productivity level.

 3.4 Research and development:

Government policy and strategy, as well as supporting research and development available in the production and improvement of sheep.

 3.5. Restrictions and opportunities:

Analysis of constraints to improve sheep productivity and opportunities for commercial producers.

4. Project work plan.

 4.1. Description of the work:

A general perception of the business to be carried out during the project.

4.2 Goals and objectives:

Vision, mission, long-term goals and short-term goals.

4.3- Products:

Live animals – sheep meat – wool – skin – fertilizer.

Description of marketing animals in terms of education – age – sex.
Product quality for marketing.

 4.4 – Project Work Location:

  • Geographical location.
  • Physical and physical description of the site.
  • The infrastructure of the project, such as electricity, telecommunications and roads.
  • Market access in terms of inputs and outputs to the market.

4.5 – Operating procedures and requirements:

  • Technical procedures related to production such as education – nutrition – health – and administrative work required to be implemented.
  • Technical needs such as land, housing and other facilities related to education.
  • Energy and production process.

4.6 Personal and administrative requirements:

  •  Evaluate the efficiency and number of permanent staff supporting the project.
  • Number of unskilled and unskilled workers.
  • Organizational Structure and Personnel Management Policy.

4.7 Marketing and Sales Strategy:

  • Market analysis.
  • Input processing.
  • Demand for products.
  • Target market and customers.

5. Financial status of the project over the first 5 years of the project.

5.1. Start-up expenses:

Estimated investment and capital required to start work on land, buildings, equipment, equipment, animals and cars.

5.2 Operating expenses:

Estimated annual cost of operation including nutrition, veterinary services, maintenance, consumption and management.

5.3 – Project income:

Estimated Project Price.

5.4 Cash flow of the project.

5.5 Profitability Analysis.
6- Economic analysis:

The contribution of the project to the economic and social aspects of the community, as well as to the national economy.

 7. Environmental issues:

Explain control of the expected environmental aspects of the project, such as a waste management system, policy on the use of chemicals and other industrial raw materials.

8. Research and development:

The components of research in the business of the project in terms of nutrition and introduction of modern technology methods of production and improve the efficiency and productivity of work and trends of development and future expansions of the project.

 9. Risks and assumptions:

10. Conclusion and recommendations