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an urban-type settlement, center of Korma Raion, GomeP Oblast, Byelorussian SSR, situated 4 km from its landing stage on the Sozh River (a tributary of the Dnieper) and 55 km from the Rogachev station on the Mogilev-Zhlobin railroad line. Korma has a building materials combine, a bakery, a fruit and vegetable processing plant, and a flax mill. It is also the site of a livestock-fattening sovkhoz (with a distillery).
(Feeds), a bimonthly scientific and production journal of the Ministry of Agriculture of the USSR, published in Moscow since 1966. Between 1966 and 1971 it was called Luga i pastbishcha (Meadows and Pastures). The journal is designed for specialists working on kolkhozes and sovkhozes, for ministries and research organizations, and for teachers and students in higher agricultural schools and technicums. It is devoted to problems of fodder production, meadow and pasture management, the technology of making, preserving, and storing feeds, breeding feed crops, and seed growing. In 1972 the journal had a circulation of 20,000.