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The influence of technological factors on cow milk production in zootechnic ecosystems from Vrancea County in Romania

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  • Alexandru SONEA Paul Rodian TĂPĂLOAGĂ, Culai DASCALU Alexandru T. BOGDAN

    () (Romanian Academy, Bucharest, "Acad. David Davidescu" Centre of Studies and Researches for Agrosilvicultural Biodiversity)

  • CHELMU, Sorin Sergiu

    (Romanian Academy, Bucharest, "Acad. David Davidescu" Centre of Studies and Researches for Agrosilvicultural Biodiversity)

  • Ion CONSTANTINESCU Costel ILIE, Cristinel SONEA Radu BURLACU

    (Romanian Academy, Bucharest, "Acad. David Davidescu" Centre of Studies and Researches for Agrosilvicultural Biodiversity)

  • Stefan NASTASIE, Dan TAPUS, Elisabeta Claudia DASCĂLU

    (Romanian Academy, Bucharest, "Acad. David Davidescu" Centre of Studies and Researches for Agrosilvicultural Biodiversity)

Abstract

The increasing of cattle number from livestock ecosystems is a major objective in achieving feeding security of the human population. By the same time, the sustainable development of livestock is tightly linked to the protection, conservation and development of human useful animal species biodiversity. In this study are presented the comparative results from specialty literature about cows breading, depending on the exploitation technology and factors that influence milk production. By the same time, comparisons are made between the mode of cows maintenance at national and international level with existing conditions in Vrancea County in Romania, regarding the applicability of possible strategies of reorganization of exploitation technologies for milk cattle, according to race, ecological zone, size of holdings and form of property.

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  • Alexandru SONEA Paul Rodian TĂPĂLOAGĂ, Culai DASCALU Alexandru T. BOGDAN & CHELMU, Sorin Sergiu & Ion CONSTANTINESCU Costel ILIE, Cristinel SONEA Radu BURLACU & Stefan NASTASIE, Dan TAPUS, Elisabeta C, 2012. "The influence of technological factors on cow milk production in zootechnic ecosystems from Vrancea County in Romania," Papers 2012/406, Osterreichish-Rumanischer Akademischer Verein.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:sphedp:2012_406
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    Keywords

    ecosystem; management; feeding security; holdings; biotechnology;

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    • A20 - General Economics and Teaching - - Economic Education and Teaching of Economics - - - General

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