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Animal husbandry in Slovenia, its present state and restructuring efforts



Animal husbandry in Slovenia, its present state and restructuring efforts



REUR Technical Series FAO Regional Office for Europe ( 24): 207-219



The general agricultural situation in Slovenia is described with particular emphasis on the livestock sector. Only about 8% of farmland is in large (average 450 ha) socially owned farms, the remaining predominantly hilly and mountainous land is in small (average 6 ha) family farms. Amounts of production of cattle, milk, pigs, sheep and poultry from both sectors are described as well as development of markets, prices, credit, services, extension, research and processing.

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