الكفاءة الاقتصادية لمزارع انتاج اللبن

Usually, the decision makers on national level does not give priorities in allocating funds and resources to national programs, such genetic improvement for livestock population, when there is no indicators of the return to investment. A comparative analysis approach was followed to assess the performance and efficiency of each existing system though income statement model. The indicator of profitability estimated was the adjusted net farm income per kilogram of milk as the real cash received by the farm, which represents the return to the farm resources applied, i.e. investments, family labor and management. Therefore, the ranking of breeds (which to great extend also reflects, the systems) was as follows Buffalo under traditional system (37.00 piasters per kilogram of milk), buffalo under commercial system (31.36 piasters per kilogram of milk). "Persian" (19.93 piasters per kilogram of milk), "Holstein" (18.97 piasters per kilogram of milk), "brown Swiss" (18.50 piasters per kilogram of milk "Crossbred" (12.08 piasters per kilogram of milks, "native cattle" (4.17" piasters per kilogram of milk). Accordingly, It is highly recommended to establish a national program that leads to less national herd size of higher milk yield which in turn enable Egypt to reach self-sufficiency in milk supply at feasible rerun to investment


Variant title:
An economic efficiency for dairy milk farms
Issue Date:
Oct 14 1997
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/212756
Page range:
325-343
Note:
Third Conference of the economy and development in Egypt and the Arab countries. 14 to 16 October 1997. Regional Centre for Agricultural Planning and Development. Faculty of Agriculture, Mansoura University
Series Statement:
Third Conference of the economy and development in Egypt and the Arab countries. 14 to 16 October 1997. Regional Centre for Agricultural Planning and Development. Faculty of Agriculture, Mansoura University




 Record created 2017-04-01, last modified 2017-08-28

Fulltext:
Download fulltext
PDF

Rate this document:

Rate this document:
1
2
3
 
(Not yet reviewed)