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Feed Stock

 

the stock of coarse, succulent, and concentrated feeds used in kolkhoz or sovkhoz livestock raising. The amount of the feed stock is established annually in accordance with current feeding practices and the number of animals to be fed. The increase in the number of the animals and the planned purchase of additional livestock are also taken into account. In addition to the main stock, an emergency feed stock is put aside from each harvest.

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