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Economics and Milking - Dutch edition

A practical economical guidebook for dairy farmers

Local title: Economie en Melken

‘The first practical economical guidebook for dairy farmers. With a low dry matter content.’

‘If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.’ The dairy farm’s economy is more important than ever. A successful dairy farmer is in control of his financial ratios and can make decisions and redirect his management accordingly.  Economics & milking help you spot and interpret the economic signals of your farm and turn them into actions. You will get more insights and will develop into a better and smarter entrepreneur. The art of decision making is one of the most important aspects of economic management. 
Economics & milking explains how to make decisions: Do I build a new barn? How do I get the maximum amount of dry matter content from my land? For which price can I buy feed? When  should I sell a cow? Economics & milking shows in a practical way how you can optimise the economic management of your dairy farm. It teaches you the basic principles of economical thinking, acting and working on a dairy farm. With interesting questions and examples straight from the farm. 

Economics & milking is part of the Cow Signals® series. These books present highly practical knowledge on animal-focused dairy farming in an accessible way. 

More information about Cow Signals training: www.cowsignals.com


 

  • 2015 - 19 January/ 19Januari
  • Paperback
  • 978-90-8740-211-2
  • 80
  • 200
  • 20,5 x 26,5 cm

Economics and Milking - English edition

A practical economical guidebook for dairy farmers

‘The first practical economical guidebook for dairy farmers. With a low dry matter content.’

‘If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.’ The dairy farm’s economy is more important than ever. A successful dairy farmer is in control of his financial ratios and can make decisions and redirect his management accordingly.  Economics & milking help you spot and interpret the economic signals of your farm and turn them into actions. You will get more insights and will develop into a better and smarter entrepreneur. The art of decision making is one of the most important aspects of economic management. 
Economics & milking explains how to make decisions: Do I build a new barn? How do I get the maximum amount of dry matter content from my land? For which price can I buy feed? When  should I sell a cow? Economics & milking shows in a practical way how you can optimise the economic management of your dairy farm. It teaches you the basic principles of economical thinking, acting and working on a dairy farm. With interesting questions and examples straight from the farm. 

Economics & milking is part of the Cow Signals® series. These books present highly practical knowledge on animal-focused dairy farming in an accessible way. 

More information about Cow Signals training: www.cowsignals.com


 

  • 2016
  • Paperback
  • 978-90-870-253-2
  • 80
  • 200
  • 20,5 x 26,5 cm

Economics and Milking - French-Walloon edition

A practical economical guidebook for dairy farmers

Local title: Économie et production laitière, édition wallon-franançais

Available via:

PLM Magazine

‘The first practical economical guidebook for dairy farmers. With a low dry matter content.’

‘If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.’ The dairy farm’s economy is more important than ever. A successful dairy farmer is in control of his financial ratios and can make decisions and redirect his management accordingly.  Economics & milking help you spot and interpret the economic signals of your farm and turn them into actions. You will get more insights and will develop into a better and smarter entrepreneur. The art of decision making is one of the most important aspects of economic management. 
Economics & milking explains how to make decisions: Do I build a new barn? How do I get the maximum amount of dry matter content from my land? For which price can I buy feed? When  should I sell a cow? Economics & milking shows in a practical way how you can optimise the economic management of your dairy farm. It teaches you the basic principles of economical thinking, acting and working on a dairy farm. With interesting questions and examples straight from the farm. 

Economics & milking is part of the Cow Signals® series. These books present highly practical knowledge on animal-focused dairy farming in an accessible way. 

More information about Cow Signals training: www.cowsignals.com


 

  • 2015- Autumn/Herfst
  • Paperback
  • 978-90-8740-218-1
  • 80
  • 200
  • 20,5 x 26,5 cm
Expected 2017 Autumn - Najaar

Economics and Milking - Swedish edition

A practical economical guidebook for dairy farmers

Local title: Economics&Milking

‘The first practical economical guidebook for dairy farmers. With a low dry matter content.’

‘If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.’ The dairy farm’s economy is more important than ever. A successful dairy farmer is in control of his financial ratios and can make decisions and redirect his management accordingly.  Economics & milking help you spot and interpret the economic signals of your farm and turn them into actions. You will get more insights and will develop into a better and smarter entrepreneur. The art of decision making is one of the most important aspects of economic management. 
Economics & milking explains how to make decisions: Do I build a new barn? How do I get the maximum amount of dry matter content from my land? For which price can I buy feed? When  should I sell a cow? Economics & milking shows in a practical way how you can optimise the economic management of your dairy farm. It teaches you the basic principles of economical thinking, acting and working on a dairy farm. With interesting questions and examples straight from the farm. 

Economics & milking is part of the Cow Signals® series. These books present highly practical knowledge on animal-focused dairy farming in an accessible way. 

More information about Cow Signals training: www.cowsignals.com


 

  • 2017 Autumn - Najaar
  • Paperback
  • 978-91-637-7420-1
  • 80
  • 200
  • 20,5 x 26,5 cm