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Abstract

In the need of import substitution of dairy products, the problem of ensuring the sanitary and hygienic quality of milk in the domestic complexes is one of the priorities in the enhancement of the dairy industry's competitiveness. However, it is quite difficult to identify the factor that has a...

Author(s)
Leshchukov, K. A.; Mamaev, A. V.; Rodina, N. D.; Sergeeva, E. U.; Suchkova, T. N.
Publisher
Orel State Agrarian University, Orel, Russia
Citation
Vestnik OrelGAU, 2016, No.2, pp 34-38
Abstract

The article shows the methodological approaches to organizing feed production for a dairy complex, based on the fodder crops' and their mixtures' placement in specialized fodder crop rotation in the adjacent arable land. They ensure the conveyor production of high-quality feed and delivering them...

Author(s)
Dridiger, V. K.; Zhukova, M. P.; Kutsenko, A. A.
Publisher
Kormoproizvodstvo, Moscow, Russia
Citation
Kormoproizvodstvo, 2013, No.3, pp 45-47
Abstract

On the basis of the analysis of tendencies in dairy production and new knowledge a conceptual approach to the design of the equipmentfor dairy machine is suggested taking into accounttechnical and physiological parameters. Anew metho-dology to analyze energy consumption is also proposed.

Author(s)
Kitikov, V. O.; Leonov, A. N.
Publisher
National Academy of Science of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Citation
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Agrarian Series, 2013, No.4, pp 91-104
Abstract

Although annual milk production in Orël Province, Russia, has exhibited a downward trend over the period 2001-09 (from 336 300 to 252 900 t), annual milk yield per cow has seen a marked year on year increase (from 2874 to 4251 kg). This paper examines the role of dairy cattle selection and breeding ...

Author(s)
Polukhin, A. A.; Shendakov, A. I.; Stavtsev, A. N.; Grankin, N. N.; Polukhina, M. G.; Klimova, S. P.
Publisher
Orel State Agrarian University, Orel, Russia
Citation
Vestnik OrelGAU, 2012, No.1, pp 76-88