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Microcomputerized control of milk yield and liveweight of dairy cows; Automatic animal recognition as a precondition for efficient data collection about milk yields and liveweights of individual animals in an automatically controlled milk production system; The economic efficiency of production control systems in milk production; The modular structure of the microcomputerized production control and management system for milk production



Microcomputerized control of milk yield and liveweight of dairy cows; Automatic animal recognition as a precondition for efficient data collection about milk yields and liveweights of individual animals in an automatically controlled milk production system; The economic efficiency of production control systems in milk production; The modular structure of the microcomputerized production control and management system for milk production



Tierzucht 41(3): 115-117; 117-119; 120-121; 122-124



The first two papers describe GDR online and offline systems of automated production control and data collection for managing dairy herds. The third paper discusses the gains in efficiency and the economic returns from such systems and the appropriate types of installations for different sizes of dairy units.

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