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Economic aspects of fodder beet as roughage in dairy farming



Economic aspects of fodder beet as roughage in dairy farming



Bericht Bundesanstalt fur Alpenlandische Landwirtschaft ( 20): 51-59



A joint analysis of fodder beet production and utilization on dairy farms was carried out by the experimental station Gumpenstein and the Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics, Austria. It was concluded that, outside traditional arable areas, fodder beet production still requires condiderable manual input. Where yield is favourable, maize silage is still unsurpassed. In less fertile areas, clover grass and maize silage are equal as to costs.

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