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BALTAG, Grigore. Formarea costului unitar la producţia de carne de bovine în masă vie. In: Perspectivele dezvoltării durabile a spaţiului rural în contextul noilor provocări economice. Vol.50, 14 septembrie 2018, Chişinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: Universitatea Agrară de Stat din Moldova, 2018, pp. 76-80. ISBN 978-9975-64-299-6.
|Perspectivele dezvoltării durabile a spaţiului rural în contextul noilor provocări economice
Conferința "Perspectivele dezvoltării durabile a spaţiului rural în contextul noilor provocări economice" |
Chişinău, Moldova, 14 septembrie 2018
The competitiveness of animal production, and not just, is reflected in the cost of production. The study and analysis presented in this article reflects the elements of costing the production of live bovine meat living in indigenous entities. The analyzed sample targets medium and large enterprises in this sector. It has been found that the average weight gain is the indirect action indicator, or in other words, as the average daily weight gain increases, the level of unit cost decreases. The most significant cost elements, based on weight in the unit cost, are those for feed, the cost of manual and livestock maintenance until weaning. These three elements provide up to 87% of the unit cost of living beef production. For the group of enterprises with an average increase of 350 g / day, the share of manual works is 12%, in the group of enterprises with an average increase of 500 g / day, the share of manual works is 13%, in the third group, with an average increase of 700 g / day, the percentage of manual work is 14%.
cost, large enterprises, medium enterprises, average daily weight gain, feed, manual work, cost of animalsafter weaning