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Plant and Animal Production in Montenegro with Overview of the Food Industry

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The subject of this paper is to consider the causes of the condition and systematization of the main problems of agricultural development in Montenegro. Bearing in mind the structure of agricultural production, available resources and achieved the level of productivity, we estimate that the change must take place in the direction of growth, yield stabilization and production structure changes in crop production and achieving greater representation of livestock in the value of agricultural production. The future development of the agrarian sector of Montenegro should be directed towards modernizing and changing the production structure towards market orientation and improve overall efficiency. Agriculture Montenegro in its very important role, should fulfill several strategic objectives: produce sufficient amounts of safe food that will be accepted by consumers at home and abroad, provide a higher level of self-sufficiency and improve the trade balance of the country, creating value that will provide income to farmers and the gross domestic product growth magnify the overall economy of the country and to keep population in the countryside and thus contribute to the protection and promotion of these areas.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 63)
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7-16
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G. Rajović and J. Bulatović, "Plant and Animal Production in Montenegro with Overview of the Food Industry", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 63, pp. 7-16, 2015
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November 2015
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