Maun abattoir looks to increase slaughter

BMC's Maun abbattoir failed to reach desired target in 2016
BMC's Maun abbattoir failed to reach desired target in 2016

MAUN: The Maun abattoir is looking to increase cattle slaughter by about 31% during 2017, despite challenging operating circumstances.

Last year, the abattoir, which is owned by the Botswana Meat Commission (BMC), failed to reach its desired target.

The abattoir’s procurement officer, Poelelo Serole told North West District councillors recently that the Maun abattoir plans to slaughter 29,160 cattle at a kill rate of 120 cattle per day in 2017.

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