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Anã Lisis De Rentabilidad De Dos Alternativas De Alimentaciã“N No Convencionales En La Producciã“N De Conejos En El Municipio De Tixpehual, Yucatã N, Mã‰Xico

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  • Peniche Ruz, Jorge Alejandro
  • Rejon Avila, Manuel Jesus
  • Valencia Heredia, Eduardo Rene
  • Pech Martinez, Victor Conrado

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Profitability of a rabbit's production unit was evaluated through the analysis of two nonconventional food alternatives (mixing tulip forage, ramon forage and balanced food) compared with the conventional food (balanced food). For analyse the profitability, economic assessment indicators were used: the Net Present Value and the Internal Rate of Return. Based in the obtained results, this study concludes that the more profitable alternative was the ramon forage and balanced food.

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  • Peniche Ruz, Jorge Alejandro & Rejon Avila, Manuel Jesus & Valencia Heredia, Eduardo Rene & Pech Martinez, Victor Conrado, 2010. "Anã Lisis De Rentabilidad De Dos Alternativas De Alimentaciã“N No Convencionales En La Producciã“N De Conejos En El Municipio De Tixpehual, Yucatã N, Mã‰Xico," Revista Mexicana de Agronegocios, Sociedad Mexicana de Administracion Agropecuaria, vol. 27.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:remeag:93910
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