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Excursion 1: milk production and pig fattening



Excursion 1: milk production and pig fattening



Knowledge based systems in agriculture Prospects for application Proceedings of the 2nd international DLG congress, Frankfurt, German Federal Re ic, 19-22 June 1988: 196-198



The computerized operation of the demonstration and experimental farm operated by the University of Giessen, German Federal Republic, is described. The 170 ha arable farm has 2700 fattening pigs and 70 dairy cows. A computer automatically mixes and controls pig feed rations and data is passed via a process computer to an office computer which operates a pig control program.

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