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Feed production - what level have we reached, what can we learn from the experiences of the best?; The feed sector; Possibilities of reducing losses in feed energy production; Planning, evaluation and accounting in the feed sector; The fodder economy concept and its measurement in terms of nutrient transfers and economic value in the agricultural production process



Feed production - what level have we reached, what can we learn from the experiences of the best?; The feed sector; Possibilities of reducing losses in feed energy production; Planning, evaluation and accounting in the feed sector; The fodder economy concept and its measurement in terms of nutrient transfers and economic value in the agricultural production process



Kooperation 20(4): 150-151; 152-160; 161-162, 185; 163-169; 173-175, 187



The first of the five papers in this series on the importance of feed production in the GDR stresses the dependence of the livestock sector on the performance of the crop sector, as well as the role of local cooperative associations in bringing together both types of farming and coordinating their activities. The second contribution (K. Weber, et al.) describes the experiences of four cooperative associations in developing local self sufficiency in concentrate and coarse fodder production; H.

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