volume 52, issue 2, P141-150 2019
DOI: 10.2478/cerce-2019-0014
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R. Babatunde, A. Omoniwa, J. Aliyu

Abstract: Abstract Post-harvest losses, particularly along the rice value chain, have been highlighted as a major source of reduction in revenue among the value chain actors. It is therefore imperative that empirical assessment of the magnitude and determinants be investigated, so as to be able to provide a reliable policy stand that can help reduce these losses. Patigi and Edu local government areas were purposively sampled from Kwara state, Nigeria, since they are the major producers of rice in the State. Data were ga…

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