Analytical estimation of forming and using a biological capital of the cattle breeding
The article is devoted to research of the state of the research and information providing of management the recreation of biological capital of the cattle breeding. A dynamics and structure of indexes of recreation are analysed. The model of analytical estimation of forming and use of biological capital of the cattle breeding is worked out. On the basis of performance of separate agricultural enterprise indicators, the estimation of efficiency of recreation of biological capital is conducted. The basic problems of industry development of the cattle breeding are educed in the present-time conditions. Basic directions of improvement of the research and information providing of management recreating processes are certain investigated the industries oriented to the effective and rational use of biological resources.
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