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Costs of fattening bulls in weight classes from 150 to 650 kg



Costs of fattening bulls in weight classes from 150 to 650 kg



Biuletyn Informacyjny Instytut Zootechniki 26(5-6): 3-19



A total of 18 variants of the costs of fattening bulls in weight classes from 150 to 650 kg, considering 50 kg-intervals were calculated. Based on those variants some possibilities of the cheaper or more expensive feeding were presented, differences between the extreme values being at times as high as 1/5 of costs. The importance of the starting and finishing dates was shown for the fattening based on summer and winter feeds. The most profitable fattening results were obtained when the final stage of fattening period coincided with the end of summer feeding. It has also been shown how important were individual characteristics of the bull designed for fattening, its weight gains and amount of maintenance feed throughout the whole fattening period.

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