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Monitoring for increased production and profit



Monitoring for increased production and profit



1989 dairy farming annual: 161-165



This report of a monitoring programme started in 1988/89 on a 72-ha dairy farm in Manaia, Taranaki, New Zealand, demonstrates the advantages that can be gained by fortnightly monitoring of pasture growth and intakes during spring, supported by financial monitoring to identify the major constraints on profit.

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