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In the Republic of Serbia, pastures cover more than , ha, while pastures and meadows together cover 1,, ha, i. However, economic effects of their utilization so far have not been sufficiently explored.
The above mentioned areas can be successfully utilized for growing of heifers. Therefore, this paper lists the advantages and economic effects of the use of pastures for breeding of heifers. Using the example of a family farm that utilizes modern technical and technological solutions in accommodating and feeding the cattle, it was determined that the costs of breeding reduce by Different types of cooperation among the cattle farms are proposed particularly focusing on formation of farms specialized in breeding of heifers.
Also, the paper lists the problems linked to the utilization of pastures, as well as measures that could contribute to their more effective use. Aims and Scope. Publication ethics. Open Access Policy. Authors Guidelines.
Journal Policies. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Faculty of Agriculture, Novi Sad Abstract In the Republic of Serbia, pastures cover more than , ha, while pastures and meadows together cover 1,, ha, i. Downloads Download data is not yet available. References 1. Doktorska disertacija. Poljoprivredni fakultet, Beograd — Zemun. Institut za agroekonomiju. Poljoprivredni fakultet. Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol.
Magistarska teza. Poljoprivredni fakultet Novi Sad. Savremena poljoprivreda, Vol. Poljoprivredni fakultet, Beograd-Zemun. Poljoprivredni fakultet, BeogradZemun. How to Cite.
Economic effects of the use of mountain pastures for breeding of heifers. Economics of Agriculture , [S. ISSN Date accessed: 05 june Vol 57 No Spec. Make a Submission. Current Issue.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. In modern calf rearing an early development from calf to ruminant plays an important role. A faster rumen development and therefore ability of the digestive tract to ferment roughage and concentrate feed contributes to beneficial growth performance, health and productivity. Some recent studies show that insoluble cellulose and lignin rich fiber in prestarter and starter diet have positive influence on early intestinal development in non-ruminant species. View PDF. Save to Library.
Economic effects of the use of mountain pastures for breeding of heifers
With the help ofkneading technology in a cost effective manner, can produce high quality feed for livestock and poultry. Due to reduced investments, drying, storage , as well as reducing energy costs fuel, electricity , increases the profitability of production. Costs of wrought grains are much lower than the cost of dried cereals. Cattle,which is consuming flattened grains, grows the same way, even faster than those who get dried grains.
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