THE COST FORMATION MECHANISM OF MILK AND ANIMAL YIELD IN DAIRY CATTLE-BREEDING IN CONDITIONS OF COSTS GROUPING BY PHYSIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION
Guzaliya Salikhovna Klychova and
Albert Tagirovich Iskhakov
APSTRACT: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce, 2011, vol. 05, issue 3-4, 4
This article scrutinizes the cost formation mechanism of milk and animal yield in dairy cattle-breeding in costs grouping conditions by physiological classification, it’s analysis allows to reveal "weak points " in production process of the enterprise and to direct point efforts to overcome negative consequences, and also enables to optimize and more exact prognosis of the company’s financial results.
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