2 edition of Cattle and the future of beef-production in England. found in the catalog.
Cattle and the future of beef-production in England.
Kenneth James Joseph Mackenzie
|Other titles||Future of beef-production in England.|
|Statement||By K. J. J. Mackenzie ... with a preface and chapter by F. H. A. Marshall ...|
|Contributions||Marshall, F. H. A. 1878-1949.|
|LC Classifications||SF196.G7 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x p., 1 l., 168 p.|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||agr20000243|
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By Kenneth James Joseph Mackenzie and Francis Hugh Adam Marshall. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Cattle, Livestock. Publisher: Cambridge, University press, Year: Cattle and the future of beef-production in England.
By Kenneth James Joseph. Mackenzie and F. (Francis Hugh Adam) Marshall Topics: Cattle, England, Livestock. Publisher: Cambridge,University press, OAI identifier: oai As beef production on the North Coast is largely pasture-based, the focus of this book is on pasture management and sustainable grazing systems.
In this edition other cattle production systems are recognised in a new section which includes calf rearing, store fattening, cattle in farm forestry, and cattle on forages and :// CATTLE. The word cattle was formerly used to embrace all farm live stock, but is now commonly restricted to oxen or meat cattle.
The several animals that may be included under the term, in this narrower sense, are usually divided into the following six groups:—(1) Buffaloes (India, Africa, etc.) ; (2) Bison (Europe and North America) ; (3) the Yak (Thibet, etc.) ; (4) the Irish Beef Exports The beef industry accounted for 22% of Ireland’s agri-food exports inwith a value of €bn.
There were m cattle slaughtered in Ireland inwhich was an increase of approximately 10% from A more resilient beef supply. Related: How the beef and cattle market will look beyond COVID Less encouraging to many in the business are conversations by consumers and politicians about things they believe would make the beef supply more resilient in the face of future pandemics and other :// Cattle numbers (‘) England Wales Scotland Northern Ireland UK All female cattle 3, 1, 1, 7, Aged 2 years or more 2, 4, Total breeding herd 1, 3, Beef herd 1, Dairy herd 1, 1, Other female cattle 93 Beef herd 43 79 62 Publication Docs.
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Although old, the information contained within this book. Intotal throughput of cattle and calves in Welsh abattoirs stood athead, with total beef production totall tonnes (up f tonnes the previous year).
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