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Economic aspects of steer fattening with six different breeds. Part 1


Economic aspects of steer fattening with six different breeds. Part 1



Agrarforschung 10(8): 318-323



The results of a fattening trial with steers covering the weight range 300 kg liveweight to optimum fatness score were used for an economic analysis comparing the breeds Angus (AN), Simmental (SI), Charolais (CH), Limousin (LI), Blonde d'Aquitaine (BL) and Piemontese (PI). More than 95% of margin variations are attributed to differences in purchasing costs and produce of sales.

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