Industralization of Animal Agriculture
AbstractThe economic concerns and the technological developments increased control over nature and nurture in the animal agriculture. That changed the seasonality pattern of the supply side and lead to structural change in the animal agriculture together with the demand side factors. In this study we focused on the supply side factors and document the ‘industralization’ of the animal agricultural production.
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- NEP-AGR-2003-10-20 (Agricultural Economics)
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