Doing business in Chile – Dairy farming – Arable farming – Vineyards
The Chilean dairy farming production industry is characterised by a mix of high-tech and low-tech farms, and of confinement and pastoral systems.
• Milk production systems in the Northern-central part of Chile are mostly based on confined animals fed irrigated lucerne and maize in cut and carry operations.
• Temperate-type milk production systems are concentrated in the South of Chile. This is also where most of the country’s dairy cattle are situated; regions XIV, IX and X are home to 85% of dairy cattle. – These systems use sown pastures year-round, as well as forage or pasture hay and silage. They are largely based on Holstein cattle, with a smaller proportion of European-type dual purpose breeds and crosses.
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