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Technology adoption and competitiveness in small dairy farms in Costa Rica: a case study Proceedings

By: Holmann, F | Estrada, R.D | Romero, F | Villegas L.A | Ruiz, M.E | Sere, C | Li Pun, H | IDRC, Ottawa (Canadá) | IICA, San José (Costa Rica). Latin American Research Network for Animal Production Systems - RISPAL | Global Workshop on Animal Production Systems San José (Costa Rica) 15-20 Set 1991.
Material type: ArticleArticleSeries: Research and Development Collection (IICA) no. 26. Publisher: San José (Costa Rica) 1995Description: p. 141-168.ISBN: 92-9039-2673.Subject(s): ADOPCION DE INNOVACIONES | CAMBIO TECNOLOGICO | SISTEMAS DE PRODUCCION | PRODUCCION LECHERA | ESTUDIOS DE CASOS PRACTICOS | TROPICOS HUMEDOS | TIERRAS BAJAS | PASTIZALES | FERTILIDAD | EXPLOTACIONES AGRARIAS | COMPETITIVIDAD | PRODUCTORES | COSTA RICASummary: The objectives of this study were to understand the rationale of technology adoption and the competitiveness of dairy production systems in open markets, using as a case study the replications of an intensive milk-production system prototype established in the tropical humid lowlands of Costa Rica from 1979 to 1984, as part of an agrarian reform plan
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The objectives of this study were to understand the rationale of technology adoption and the competitiveness of dairy production systems in open markets, using as a case study the replications of an intensive milk-production system prototype established in the tropical humid lowlands of Costa Rica from 1979 to 1984, as part of an agrarian reform plan

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