LA CADENA PRODUCTIVA DE BOVINOS PRODUCTORES DE LECHE BAJO EL ENFOQUE COMPETITIVO DEL CLUSTER EN LA REGION DE LOS VALLES CENTRALES DE OAXACA, MEXICO

Milk production in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, specifically in Etla and Zimatlán, has been threatened by different factors, on the one hand, the introduction of milk and milk formulas from other states, that compete directly on local product prices, for another the sale of finished products (cheese and “quesillo”) sold at extremely low prices, leaving producers and processors at a disadvantaged, however, there are still area with great potential for milk production such as the localities of San Pablo Huixtepec, Santa Cruz Mixtepec and La Ciénega Zimatlán. But their growth has been slowed by intermediarism, lack of training, poor infrastructure for primary production, lack of financing, processing and marketing, which has discouraged producers from organizing the production chain. This is why the purpose of this research carried out in the year 2015 was to present an analysis of the Bovine Milk production chain using the cluster model, the results obtained showed that the level of clustering was low (2.84) as it is affected by economies of specialization and differentiation, while competitiveness was found at a medium level (3.37) mainly affected by performance and costs.


Other Titles:
The Productive Chain Of Milk Producers Cattle Under the Cluster Competitive Approach in the Region of the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico
Editor(s):
Salomón Moreno Medina
Subject(s):
Issue Date:
Dec 21 2017
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Record Identifier:
http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/266425
ISSN:
1405-9282
Language:
Spanish
Published in:
Revista Mexicana de Agronegocios, Volume 41, July-December 2017
Page range:
708-719
Note:
ISNN-1405-9282




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