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Christopher Delgado and Mark Rosegrant are senior research fellows and Claude Courbois is a research analyst at the International Food Policy Research Institute. Henning Steinfeld is senior officer for livestock development planning at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Simeon Ehui is coordinator of the Livestock Policy Analysis Project at the International Livestock Research Institute.