In the past two decades, Cambodia has been undergoing significant transitions. The Kingdom’s economic growth is forecasted to stay robust at 6.8% in 2020 and grow even higher over the next two years. In addition, Cambodia’s diminishing poverty and rising household income has created a large consumer population. This factor alongside changes in Cambodian eating habits, and the inflow of tourists into the country has increased the demand for meat, dairy, fruits and vegetables. Thus, Cambodia’s farmers are shifting away from producing for their own needs, and have reshaped the once sluggish livestock and agriculture industry into a prospering commercial business.