The government has decided to let farmers and producers set the prices of goat meat and milk, instead of the government setting the prices itself.
This new policy is meant to make the market for goat meat and milk more competitive, which will lead to lower prices for consumers.
The government believes that giving farmers and producers more control over the prices of their products will encourage them to produce more goat meat and milk.
This is because farmers and producers will be able to make more money if they can sell their products for a higher price.
The government also hopes that this new policy will help poor cattle rearers, who make up 90% of the industry. By allowing them to set their own prices, it hopes to give these producers a fairer share of the profits.
The government also acknowledges that the prices of goat meat and milk are affected by the prices of chicken and fish.
By letting market forces set the prices of these commodities, the government believes it can create a more level playing field and ensure that goat meat and milk remain affordable for consumers.