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Kitzel Dairy Farm

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Nathaly Uribe

on 11 November 2013

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Transcript of Kitzel Dairy Farm

BC Dairy System
Inputs
Feed
Labour
Dairy Cows
Sperm
Machinery/
Technology
Capital
Investment
Farmers
Outputs
Dairy Milk
Fluid and Industrial
Dairy Products
Waste
Calves and Heifers
Gas
Emissions
Manure
Labour
COWS
Feed
Facilities
&
Technology
Revenues
Kitzel
Farm
Individual Dairy Farms
Goals
Policies

Infrastructure
Key Actors
Policy Makers:

Affect:
-Farmers
-consumers
Highest profits
possible
Economic Efficiency
Waste Reduction
Consistency
Health of consumers and Cows
Canadian Constitution
Industrial milk controlled federally
Fluid milk controlled provincially
Prices determined by government
Autarkic policy
Processing Plants
Distribution System
Sales of Jersey
and Dairy Cows
Sick Cows
Diseased Cows
Garbage
Spoiled/rotten milk
Broken equipment
Economic growth/loss
System of quotas
Jobs
Land
Financial Institutions
Government agencies
Input suppliers (agri- business)
-Federal Agencies:
-Agri-food Canada
-Provincial Agencies:
-BC Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries
-Local Agencies:
-Municipal or Regional.


Professional Services
SOIL & CLIMATE
Other Crops grown on farm
Few imports & exports
Round-up ready corn
Grains
Milk
Regional Trade
Agreements
Topography
Parent Material
Biota
Nutrients
Milk Marketing
System
Respond to changes
in demand
Biological Efficiency
Quota
"Off-farm"
Factors
Silage
Selling of Calves
Waste
Manure
Crop Growth
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