The need and opportunities for cooperation in cattle husbandry for large-scale socialist farms in the highlands (of E. Germany)

Dietsch, R.

Z. Agrarokonomik, Berlin 7(8): 241-6

1964


Accession: 014757503

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Abstract
The main goal of dairy farming is to raise the performance of milk cows, in conjunction with the formation of larger herds. The keeping of young stock is the main line of production in the Erz mountains. There and in the Thuringian highlands conditions call for specialization in production depending, among other factors, on the possibilities of mechanizing fodder production. Fodder yields decide the extent of the different types of farming in the highland areas.