INCREASING COW PPRODUCTIVITY THROUGH THE USE OF ECONOMICALLY SOUND FEEDING DIETS

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Evgenij E. Mozhaev

Abstract

The article deals with the variants of economically justified diets of cows feeding, affecting the increase in productivity and economic efficiency of cattle breeding. Profit is the main goal of any enterprise as a commercial organization, reflects the
efficiency of management, rationality of financial, labor and material costs. In assessing the level of economic efficiency of the enterprise received financial and economic results are correlated with costs.
Profit growth can be achieved by increasing milk production and reducing production costs.
The amount of profit in the economy is formed in the process of selling the commodity part of the product, as the excess of the revenue over its full cost and non-operating results.
The economically reasonable diet allowing due to productivity growth the output of production will increase, the Prime cost of milk and increase of cattle will decrease is offered.
Due to the increase in labor productivity, output will increase, the cost of milk and weight gain will decrease by 1.54% and 29.42%, respectively. Reduced complexity of production, and will be in the production of milk 0.92 person/h, the complexity
of increasing the live weight of cows will be 8.33 person/h per 100 kg of products. Labor productivity will increase and will be 1 person/h in the production of milk 109 kg and 12 kg in obtaining growth of animals for growing and fattening.

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MOZHAEV, Evgenij E.. INCREASING COW PPRODUCTIVITY THROUGH THE USE OF ECONOMICALLY SOUND FEEDING DIETS. Journal of Agriculture and Environment, [S.l.], n. 3 (11), aug. 2019. ISSN 2564-890X. Available at: <http://jae.cifra.science/article/view/161>. Date accessed: 14 dec. 2019. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.23649/jae.2019.3.11.2.
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Animal husbandry
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