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A Short review of chain controlling systems in livestock production technology
Dejan Škorjanc, Maksimiljan Brus, Igor Vojtic, 2005, pregledni znanstveni članek

Opis: There is a general agreement that the main reason for domestication was to provide a reliable source of food protein. Wild animals were hunted for thousands of years, killed for meat, wool, fur, and liquid by our predecesors.This one-way relationship between humans and animals was changed much later, during domastication and until know, the men took responsibility for animals and changed and developed different production system and ethical relationship with animals. After Second World War, the governments tried to change so called traditional agriculture to more intensive. Animals have been kept in high concentration and for the continuous production as a consequence,disease control became essential. European Union issued the paper on food safety (White paper on food safety 2000) where the EU commission triedto push forward a framework of legislation for further improvement and to develope more transparent and improved quality standards throughout a food chain from farm to table. This paper reviews a number of recent developments, starting with an integrated quality control system that collecting important data from the animal birth, through to the animal rearing phase to the end (i.e. slaughter). The importance of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) is discussed together with their concepts to assure safe animal food production.
Ključne besede: animals, chain controlling systems, food safety
Objavljeno: 10.07.2015; Ogledov: 394; Prenosov: 9
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The economic viability of value-based food chain for dairy farms in mountain regions
Jernej Prišenk, Andreja Borec, Marjan Janžekovič, Ivo Grgić, Karmen Pažek, Črtomir Rozman, Jernej Turk, 2016, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: The attention of this paper is drawn to analyze the economic potential of involvement of farmers into the small-medium sized value-based food chain (VBFC). The survey represents a solid data basis from which econometric modelling approach was further developed. Empirical results reveal the positive economic viability on a general level; this means more stable purchase price of raw milk for dairy farms, which are the part of value-based food chain. Results point at inelastic demand for milk and milk related products. Furthermore, there are some accompanying and underlying indirect social benefits, such as production of high-quality food products, more stable and constant demand for raw milk, steady payments and better social situation. The last one is especially important for the farms operating in less-favored mountain areas where the survey was actually conducted.
Ključne besede: mountain dairy farms, demand for milk, Value-based food chain, econometric modelling
Objavljeno: 10.07.2017; Ogledov: 199; Prenosov: 34
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