Write the principles of farm management. - Biology

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Write the principles of farm management.

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Principles of farm management include the following points:

  1. Selection of high-yielding breeds.
  2. Understanding the feed requirements of farm animals.
  3. Supply of adequate nutritional sources for the animals.
  4. Maintaining the cleanliness of the environment.
  5. Maintenance of health with the help of veterinary supervision.
  6. Undertaking vaccination of programs.
  7. Development of high-yielding cross-bred varieties.
  8. Making various products and their preservation.
  9. Distribution and marketing of the farm produce.
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Chapter 11: Enhancement of Food Production - Exercises [Page 270]

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Balbharati Biology 12th Standard HSC for Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 11 Enhancement of Food Production
Exercises | Q 3.5 | Page 270

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