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Fixing an agreed price for manure and slurry?; Agreed prices for stable manure and liquid manure






Bauern Echo 37(61; 142): p.5; p.5

Fixing an agreed price for manure and slurry?; Agreed prices for stable manure and liquid manure

Wagner discusses the fixing of agreed prices for animal manures in cases where crop and livestock farms in the GDR are cooperating. The need is for arrangements which secure the efficient collection, storage and use of manures and satisfactory financial agreements between producing and using farms. A simple method of calculating an agreed price is suggested. The second paper stresses the importance of making the best use of such manures and discusses the assessment of its quality.


Accession: 001369245



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