Farm management considerations in cattle husbandry in Hungary

Kulin, S.

Ber. Landw., Hamburg 48(2): 373-80

1970


Accession: 014475005

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Abstract
Badly chosen organization measures quickly lead to substantial losses in stock farming. Yields are particularly important, because costs, which are high under conditions of development, cannot be met from low earnings. Farm surveys have indicated that the productivity of Hungarian animals is far below their genetic potential, mainly because of poor environment and feeding. There is a need for more detailed records of dairy calving and lactation to correct such mistakes.