publication . Other literature type . Preprint . 1998

DYNAMICS OF OPTIMAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PASTURE PRODUCTION AND MILK YIELDS OF AUSTRALIAN DAIRY FARMS

Tozer, Peter R.; Huffaker, Ray G.; Tozer, Peter R.; Huffaker, Ray G.;
English
  • Published: 01 Jan 1998
  • Publisher: Unknown
Abstract
Deregulation of the Australian dairy industry could effect the utilization of resources by milk producers. In this study we examine the feed input mix dairy producers use, both pastures and supplements, prior to and after deregulation. We are particularly interested in the interaction of pasture utilization and farm profitability.
Subjects
free text keywords: dairy production, pasture utilization, deregulation, Land Economics/Use, Livestock Production/Industries,, Land Economics/Use, Livestock Production/Industries, dairy production, pasture utilization, deregulation
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publication . Other literature type . Preprint . 1998

DYNAMICS OF OPTIMAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PASTURE PRODUCTION AND MILK YIELDS OF AUSTRALIAN DAIRY FARMS

Tozer, Peter R.; Huffaker, Ray G.; Tozer, Peter R.; Huffaker, Ray G.;