Adding value to new animal product (NAP) supply chains: part 2




New and Emerging Animal Industries

Research Organisation

Wondu Business & Technology Services

Objective Summary

1 Increase the knowledge of NAP industry stakeholders on how value is added along the supply chain by collaboration and various levels of labour and capital at different stages in the NAP supply chains. 2 Improve awareness of relative strengths andweaknesses along the NAP supply chains. 3 Improve information for negotiation of agreements between participants along the supply chains. 4 Improve information for quality management by operators along the supply chains. The project involves extendingthe supply chain mapping undertaken in Project WHP6A through construction over 2 years of further supply chains for an estimated 7 new animal product industries dairy goats emus rabbits turkeys sheep milk silk worm pigs and dairy cattle. Data from pigs and dairy cattle supply chains is being collected for comparison with other NAP animals.

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Project Start Date

Friday, July 1, 2005

Project Completion Date

Friday, August 31, 2007

Journal Articles From Project

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National Priority

Frontier technologies for building and transforming Australian industries

National Priority

Advanced Technology

National Priority

NAP-Provide new and developing animal industries with regular and up-to-date market assessments