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كفاءة الإ ستثمار فى مشروعات تسمين الماشية فى الأراضى الجديدة


  • E.Bahagaat, Basheer
  • Soliman, Ibrahim
  • G. Amer, M.


The Projects of cattle meat production are the main livestock sector in Egypt, they are the main source, of animal protein to preside the necessary food for the people especially from red meat. The problem of the study m the deficit in the production of animal protein consumption for filling it, where the estimated proportion of self-sufficiency of its components separately about (07.2% for red meat, 85% white meat, fish 90.82%). The study aims to study the projects production of male meat in the new land for expansion in the production of red meat. The study relied on two sources of data, the first secondary data published by the Ministry of Agriculture, and the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics, Second, field data through a questionnaire to e sample size of 30 farms of meat castle production. The study used statistical method in the analysis in the presentation of the descriptive characteristics of the technical and economic projects that, in addition to the cost structure, farm budget analysis analysis of the feasibility of the investment The study found several significant results was the lack of variation in the technical characteristics of production systems for beef cattle in the new land. Where all the new calves are fattened calves and beef mixture is purchased all manner of compromise. The results indicate that there is no disparity in terms of dependence in feeding on concentrated feed that is installed inside the farm and practiced by 00002..4 to reduce feeding costs in the case of dependence on the feed momentum purchased, and where veterinary case is up according to the visit by the request and adopted by all farms on the labor hired. Pillars of the find,' also found that the rate of daily growth reached its peak in a cycle every 6 months where was about 1.250 kg / day while the below in the system of one session per year at about 1.148 kg/ day, two Farms in the new lands, new. It is also the most important results that the average sale price of existing kg was about 23 pounds. The average internal rate of return of investment for all farms was about 33%.

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  • E.Bahagaat, Basheer & Soliman, Ibrahim & G. Amer, M., 2012. "كفاءة الإ ستثمار فى مشروعات تسمين الماشية فى الأراضى الجديدة," Journal Articles 210794, Zagazig University, Department of Agricultural Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:zudaja:210794

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