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Biblioteca (s) :  INIA La Estanzuela.
Fecha :  01/08/2019
Actualizado :  28/10/2019
Tipo de producción científica :  Artículos en Revistas Indexadas Internacionales
Autor :  FARIÑA, S.; CHILBROSTE, P.
Afiliación :  SANTIAGO FARIÑA, INIA (Instituto Nacional de Investigación Agropecuaria); PABLO CHILIBROSTE, Universidad de la República, Ruta 3 km 363, Paysandú, Uruguay.
Título :  Opportunities and challenges for the growth of milk production from pasture: The case of farm systems in Uruguay.
Fecha de publicación :  2019
Fuente / Imprenta :  Agricultural Systems, Volume 176, November 2019, Article 102631.
DOI :  10.1016/j.agsy.2019.05.001
Idioma :  Inglés
Notas :  Article History: Received 10 December 2018// Received in revised form 1 April 2019// Accepted 2 May 2019.
Contenido :  ABSTRACT: Volatility ofmarketsandclimatearedrivingexportingdairyindustries toincreasemilkproduction frompasture. However, some regions are not able to grow due to economic, social and environmental constraints. The objective of this study was to analyse at the farm system level the opportunities and challenges for the growth of pasture-based dairy production in Uruguay. A national database of 256 dairy farms was used to compare four groups of Uruguayan farmsselectedaccording to thetotal milkproduction growth ratefrom2013 to 2017.Their productivity (milk production per hectare) and pro?t was compared by ?tting mixed models. Complementarily, the International Farm Comparison Network database was used to compare biophysical and economic indicators of typical farm systems of Argentina, Australia, Ireland, Holland, New Zealand, United States and Uruguay from 2013 to 2017. The growing groups of farms (medium and high growth;>5% per year) showed more productivity due to their higher stocking rate and achieved a higher margin over feed cost and a lower feeding cost per L of milk than the shrinking groups (medium and high decrease;<0% per year). The growing systems showed a higher consumption per hectare of home-grown forage (pasture and conserved forage) and supplements. Margin over feed cost decreased alongside milk price over the time frame analysed, with no signi?cant interaction between group and year. Productivity in New Zealand, Australia, United States and Holland was above 1... Presentar Todo
Palabras claves :  CONSUMO DE FORRAJE; DAIRY FARM SYSEMS; FORAGE CONSUMPTION; HOME-GROWN FORAGE; INTENSIFICACIÓN SOSTENIBLE; PASTURE-BASED; PROFIT; SISTEMAS DE GRANJAS LECHERAS; SUSTAINABLE INTENSIFICATION.
Thesagro :  PRODUCCION LECHERA; SISTEMAS AGRICOLAS.
Asunto categoría :  --
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Registro original :  INIA La Estanzuela (LE)
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LE102930 - 1PXIAP - DDPP/AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS/2019

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