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Possibilities For Increment Of Live Stock Breeding Competitiveness On The Territory Of Belgrade City


  • Ivanovic, Lana
  • Jelocnik, Marko
  • Bekić, Bojana


Belgrade, as administrative, economic and cultural centre of Republic of Serbia, covers total area of 3.224 km2. From this area, 69,1% is agricultural land, which represents fundamental base for establishment of agricultural production. Live stock breeding, on the territory of Belgrade city, as well as in entire Republic of Serbia, is the most important branch of agriculture. On observed territory animal products’ processing industry (dairies and slaughter houses) especially is developed. Because of that, increment of total live stock breeding production is of great importance for this territory. For growth of live stock breeding competitiveness, in this paper work concrete activities are suggested, such as specialization and increment of production intensity, accomplishment of better financial conditions, selection, accomplishment of better primary agricultural products purchase, etc. In this paper work also are considered and described necessary measures which have to be done by governmental institution, local communities, agro complex companies and family husbandries, with main goal to increase livestock breeding production competitiveness.

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  • Ivanovic, Lana & Jelocnik, Marko & Bekić, Bojana, 2009. "Possibilities For Increment Of Live Stock Breeding Competitiveness On The Territory Of Belgrade City," 113th Seminar, December 9-11, 2009, Belgrade, Serbia 57351, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ea113a:57351

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    competitiveness; live stock breeding; Belgrade city; agriculture; Agribusiness; Agricultural and Food Policy; Community/Rural/Urban Development; Livestock Production/Industries;

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