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Balanced relationships in the feed sector are central to development plans

, : Balanced relationships in the feed sector are central to development plans. Kooperation 20(5): 218-221

The creation of balanced proportions between crop and livestock sectors is demonstrated using the experience of the Baalberge local cooperative association in Bernburg, GDR as an example.

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