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An allied sector (in the context of agriculture) is a sector of business that indirectly benefits the agricultural value chain it interacts with.
Let’s take poultry farming as an example.
A typical poultry farming value chain might look like this…
Such a value chain does not exist in isolation.
It is further strengthened by supporting agents who assist the efficiency and effectiveness of the overall value-added process.
Whilst these supporting actors may not have central roles in delivering eggs or chicken meat to consumers,
They do help the mission.
This is the job of an allied sector.
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