2 edition of Cost and efficiency in dairy farming in Oregon found in the catalog.
Cost and efficiency in dairy farming in Oregon
H. E. Selby
1933 by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State Agricultural College in Corvallis, Ore .
Written in English
|Statement||[H.E. Selby, A.S. Burrier, and P.M. Brandt]|
|Series||Station bulletin / Oregon Agricultural College Experiment Station -- 318., Station bulletin (Oregon State Agricultural College. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 318.|
|Contributions||Burrier, A. S. 1902-, Brandt, P. M. 1888-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Cost, Efficiency, and Management of Dairy Cattle Pastures, Coast Region, Oregon* By WXLLIAM W. GORTON Assistant Economist, Department of Farm Management INTRODUCTION FROM California north to the Columbia River lies a strip of land between the Coast Range of mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
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In the U.S., the dairy industry is a tough business for organic and conventional producers alike, with plunging prices and changing consumer demand leading to a spate of farm shutdowns and even farmer in Oregon, where dairy is big business—accounting for 10 percent of the state’s agriculture income in —the story is much the same.
Oregon’s vast agricultural diversity is no secret. With more t farms covering a whopping million acres, the state produces more than commodities. A big part of Oregon’s agricultural success is the unique attributes of its different growing regions. This cost efficiency relates to the month production system which optmises processing and marketing costs.
In America, both consumers and farmers seem to get a good deal. In summary, it is clear that the US dairy industry is very complex, but there is a ‘big picture’.
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Recent cost studies of dairy production found smaller unit costs associated with larger production units, ex-plaining why smaller farms may have exited the Cited by: Growth of U.S.
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Organic alfalfa ($/cow), protein supplements ($/cow), and organic corn ($/cow) were the. A typical Oregon dairy has between to milking cows on a farm size of acres. Regardless of size, all are family owned and uphold high standards for good animal care, environmental stewardship, farming and employment practices.
Dairy cows first arrived in File Size: KB. Schoch Dairy & Creamery, Hillsboro, Oregon. 2, likes 69 talking about this were here. The Schoch Dairy & Creamery is a family-operated dairy farm that has been located in the scenic 5/5(43). Many people consider miniature cattle breeds instead of smaller full-size cows.
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Oregon's dairy industry seems to be bucking a trend that plagues other agricultural sectors nationwide. While the average age of farmers in general is going up, there appears to be an influx of young dairy operators in Oregon that is slowing down the graying of the state's dairy farmers : Oregon Department of Agriculture.
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