Optimization Of Production Resources, The Effective Functioning Of Small Farm Patterns
The article proves that any commercial farm unit may become commercially viable and economically promising, on the basis of one’s own current capabilities. A methodology is proposed for small farm patterns, that allows to optimize their resources provision both from the point of view of the solution of a task to a maximum of gross income and during the statement of the problem on the economical payback of additional involvement of basic production resources.
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