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Livestock Agriculture: Research Incentives

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Title: Livestock Agriculture: Research Incentives
Author: Haugse, Clayton
Description: As animal derived products are a major source of many essential nutrients to the human diet, research in animal agriculture has been directed to achieve optimum biological efficiency in the production of these. Certain animal products must be altered to improve consumer acceptability in terms of current dietary standards. Initiatives set forth by the Experiment Station Committee on Organization and Policy were given in this article for the following five years. These were: animal efficiency in food production, the integration of agricultural technologies, the interrelationships of food and the nutritional and health status of people, animal health and disease and, lastly, productivity of range and pastureland. Future profitability of animal agriculture would depend upon the ability of producers to maintain competitiveness. New technology and knowledge would aid in such.
Date: 1988
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Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/6187

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