Экономика пищевой промышленности

Food Industry
Economics

ISSN Print: 2312-847X
ISSN Online:2411-4111
ISO: 26324:2012

THE DEVELOPMENT OF MIXED FODDER PRODUCTION AS A BASIS FOR FOOD SECURITY IN UKRAINE

Volkovа S. F;Sherbatova K.O

Key words: feed milling;food security;agrarian complex;development

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Abstract

The paper characterized the current state, characteristics and trends of development of fodder production
in Ukraine. The reasons of the factors and consequences of government intervention in the agricultural
sector. It was revealed that the feed mill industry provides food security and food sovereignty of the
country. Presented study the development prospects of production of animal feed.
It was determined that in the present conditions of socio-economic development of the agroindustrial
complex of Ukraine feed mill industry has a special place. Analyze the market of feed, it has
changed considerably in recent years, many new companies. We determined that a new level should be
raised economic integration of all participants of the production chain, their mutual interest in order to create
conditions for a multiplicative effect on the increase in the output of the final product. It is the solution of this
problem must be primarily focused economic development strategy for the feed industry, any region of the
agro-industrial complex of Ukraine.
Development of an enterprise development strategy should be based on an economic assessment of
production activity of economic entities. In the context of the increasing scarcity of resources (especially
energy) and a significant increase in their cost, it is necessary to take into account the effect of releasing resources.
In addition to a favorable ratio of cost to the selling price in the quality of the main evaluation criteria
should be used to assess the risk of break-even sales. The economic mechanism of the enterprises should
develop continuously, smoothly and without abrupt changes. Food safety guarantee observance of production
schedules at each stage of production and quality control of raw materials and finished products, the
level of staff and many other important factors.
The problem of the production of high-quality, environmentally friendly products feed industry takes
on urgency and relevance in view of the fact that a large part of the country is affected by the Chernobyl accident


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DOI: 10.15673/2312-847x.26/2015.44019

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