Relationship between the Construction and Management of Breeding Sites and Economic Growth

  • Hao Peng
Keywords: Breeding Model, Economic Growth Relevance, Circular Economy, Construction and Management of Breeding Sites, Growth Rate


The rapid development of large-scale pig farming in China and the constraints of the land circulation
system have led to serious separation of breeding and breeding. The excessive use of veterinary drugs and
additives by pig farmers with the goal of maximizing profits has led to large amounts of veterinary drugs and
heavy metal residues. Manure is difficult to return to the field. Under this background, it is of great theoretical
value and practical significance to conduct a comprehensive and in-depth study on the relationship between the
construction and management of breeding sites and economic growth from the perspective of circular economy.
This article mainly studies the relationship between the construction and management of breeding sites and
economic growth. The survey data in this paper shows that the domestic feed cost price has fallen by nearly
30%, and the benefit analysis is also based on this estimate. If the feed cost is calculated based on the average
price of feed within the depreciation period, the feed cost will increase significantly. At the same time, the
foreign frozen beef market will Shock, domestic fattening cattle prices continue to slump, and local beef cattle
breeds without long-term supply-side reforms will be in a state of loss or low profit for a long time. In order to
minimize the loss, it is advisable to adopt the best herd structure mode for breeding when the number of cows
remains unchanged, that is, the ratio of adult cows, rearing cows and calves is about 7: 2: 1, the most The best
inventory is 200 and 250 heads respectively. According to the analysis of this article, we can know that for the
breeding mode of the breeding farm, the existing cattle herd structure should be adjusted according to the
optimal cattle herd structure ratio to reduce the cost input. While preserving local high-quality germplasm
resources, give full play to the potential of local breed resources, and properly develop high-quality high-quality
beef cattle fattening production.