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A model for the use of expert systems in dairy farm management


, : A model for the use of expert systems in dairy farm management. Agriculture Montreal 45(3): 20-23

The use of expert systems in dairy farm management is illustrated, with particular reference to economic planning and improving profitability. This type of computer system makes use of existing farm data, and gives automatic diagnoses in response to input by farmers.


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