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The Contribution Of Science To The Improvement Of Hill Pasture Production

M. B. Alcock

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At a recent conference on marginal land (Jenkins, Oxley and Gething, 1974) a conclusion was reached that hill land must ultimately contribute more to the growing requirements of food production. Setting aside the economic and sociological constraints, which at present are large, it is clear that increased animal production from the hills is basically a problem of providing sufficient feed. Improved pasture production is therefore a primary prerequisite for this aim.