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Problems of Specialization in Cattle Breeding in the Current Seven-Year Period


  • L. Saltzman


The successes achieved in our country during the past five years in the development of agriculture have led to a significant increase in the production of milk, meat, wool and lother products of animal husbandry. In the current seven-year plan, new tasks in the development of stock breeding are set for the state and collective farms of the country. Of great importance for the successful accomplishment of these tasks is the question of ways of increasing the production of milk and meat from cattle and of the improvement of the feed base. In this article, we will not discuss questions of the development of other branches of animal husbandry, but we will examine only problems of the development of a given branch of stockbreeding; it is in this senfie that we use the term "cattle breeding."

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  • L. Saltzman, 1959. "Problems of Specialization in Cattle Breeding in the Current Seven-Year Period," Problems of Economic Transition, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 2(5), pages 50-56.
  • Handle: RePEc:mes:prectr:v:2:y:1959:i:5:p:50-56
    DOI: 10.2753/PET1061-1991020550

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