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Modelling grassland farm production and the effect of a milk quota on optimal farm plans. Consequences of milk quotas and alternative animal enterprises. A seminar in Community programme for the coordination of agricultural research, Dublin, 9-10 October 1986



Modelling grassland farm production and the effect of a milk quota on optimal farm plans. Consequences of milk quotas and alternative animal enterprises. A seminar in Community programme for the coordination of agricultural research, Dublin, 9-10 October 1986



EUR Report, Commission of the European Communities (EUR 10818): 121-131



A grassland production and utilization model was developed to explore the impact of milk quotas on optimal farm plans. The model incorporates grass production response to fertilizer use, both under grazing conditions and for harvesting as silage. Animal intake requirements are specified for different levels of performance. The model operates as an optimizing linear programming model of a farm.

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