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The reasons for, effects of and conclusions to be drawn from the surplus capacity in the GFR feedmix industry






Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 65(6): 643-651

The reasons for, effects of and conclusions to be drawn from the surplus capacity in the GFR feedmix industry

External conditions such as restrictive controls on production, policies tending to favour the feeding of livestock on farm-grown grains and competition pressures on the GFR livestock farmers in many markets from producers in other countries have reduced GFR feedmix manufacture by about 3 Mt (one fifth) from its peak in 1983/84. After many years of expansion the feed industry is faced with under used capacity and rising unit costs.


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