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The study was conducted to analyze the fish value chain in Kebbi State, Nigeria. Primary data were collected through a field survey using a semi-structured questionnaire designed in line with the purpose of the study. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, marketing margin, ordinary least square, multiple regression analysis, and net farm income. Both simple random and purposive sampling methods were used to select the respondents from different segments of the entire value chain. Forty fish farmers were randomly selected, and 30 traders and 20 processors were used across the state, thus, giving a total number of 90 sample size for the study. Results revealed that the main fish value chain actors are input suppliers, farmers, processors, and traders.
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