Study on the Constraints and Practical Knowledge for Intensive Dairy Cattle Farming in Mongolia

Baasan Uyanga *

School of Economics and Management, Jilin Agricultural University, Changchun 130118, China.

Wang Yanhua

School of Economics and Management, Jilin Agricultural University, Changchun 130118, China.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

The given text highlights the importance of managing the intensive farming of Mongolian dairy cattle effectively to improve the quality of dairy products and promote the livestock industry's comprehensive development. The livestock industry is a crucial pillar of Mongolia's economy, contributing about 12% to the annual GDP. However, Mongolia's dairy industry has not been fully developed, and there has been a significant increase in the quality and demand for dairy products in recent years due to urbanization. The text also discusses the challenges faced by Mongolian livestock farming, such as the extensive farming practices, harsh winters, and lack of management and planning. The author suggests standardizing the standards for large-scale ranch management operations and practical operations of modern ranch management systems to enhance the livestock industry's intensification, scaling, organization, socialization, and industrialization. The text also highlights the need to improve the management level of breeders, plan the construction of breeding farms rationally, strengthen the inspection efforts of relevant departments, and enhance technical research to address the problems existing in intensive management. Overall, the text provides a comprehensive study on developing the livestock industry and promoting the healthy and sustainable development of the livestock economy.

Keywords: Dairy farm, cattle breeding, Mongolia's livestock industry, industry, dairy farms


How to Cite

Uyanga, Baasan, and Wang Yanhua. 2024. “Study on the Constraints and Practical Knowledge for Intensive Dairy Cattle Farming in Mongolia”. South Asian Journal of Social Studies and Economics 21 (6):64-69. https://doi.org/10.9734/sajsse/2024/v21i6831.

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