Modernization of the Raw Material Base for the Russian Meat Production Subcomplex in the Conditions of Improving the Production Innovativeness


  • A.V. Kotarev


Palabras clave:

beef stock farming, meat production subcomplex, management, modernization, innovative development


We set a goal for the study to explore the issues on the development of the beef stock farming sector in the agro-industrial complex of the Russian Federation in the context of comprehensive modernization and increasing the innovativeness level of the industry segment. Being based on modern research methods (analysis, idealization, abstraction, synthesis and concretization), we have found that the category of "innovation" determines the practical application of qualitatively new scientific and technological, organizational and economic, manufacturing and/or other solutions, which provide breakthrough development and/or qualitative and quantitative changes of high intensity for a process and/or phenomenon (positive synergy). It was found by us that the key problems of beef stock farming are: high physical deterioration and obsolescence of durable equipment; low provision of complete feed; lack of qualified personnel; low commitment to innovative solutions; dependence of technical and technological support on imports; low availability of financial resources, especially for small businesses; lack of genetic selection work; underdevelopment of cooperation processes; high resource consumption rates. During the study, issues of information support for the modernization of beef stock farming on the basis of a single information resource of CALS-technologies and SLBE-tools have been explored, as well as ways to reduce labour costs, increase conversion, and weight gain rates and safety of farm animals in meat industry enterprises were suggested.



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Kotarev, A. (2019). Modernization of the Raw Material Base for the Russian Meat Production Subcomplex in the Conditions of Improving the Production Innovativeness. Revista San Gregorio, (34).