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European Conference on Farm Management System, will be organized around the theme “The Secrets to Profitable Farm System”

Farm Management 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Farm Management 2019

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The Agroindustrial Engineering Program aims to benefit, preserve, process, and marketing of bio-based raw materials, with applications in food and non-food in a sustainable frame and in harmony with the environment. Supported by Basic Science and Mathematics to understand and manage scientifically based physical,chemical, and biological phenomena involved in Basic Sciences Engineering and applied engineering, such as design, implementation, and agroindustrial process control, design equipment, quality control and marketing of raw materials and products, providing a comprehensive view of the supply chain.

Farm management software manages and optimizes the production activities and operations of farms. Farm management software automates the recording and storage of data, facilitates the monitoring and analyzing of all farm activities, and streamlines production and work schedules. This software helps farmers improve the best production and profit rates of their crops by giving them access to analytics on their specific crops, environmental conditions, and finances. Farm management software and crop management software solve overlapping agribusiness concerns, but the scope of the former is larger. The cost- and resource-saving benefits of farm management software are amplified by precision farming solutions. Specialized farm management solutions exist, tailoring the record-keeping and farm production monitoring functionalities to the business needs of dairy farms, cattle farms, poultry farms, etc.

 

The IFS approach has multiple objectives of sustainability, food security, farmer security and poverty reduction. It involves use of outputs of one enterprise component as inputs for other related enterprises wherever feasible, for example, cattle dung mixed with crop residues and farm waste can be converted in to nutrient-rich vermi-compost. The salient features of IFS include – innovation in farming for maximising production through optimal use of local resources, effective recycling of farm waste for productive purposes, community-led local systems for water conservation, organic farming, and developing a judicious mix of income-generating activities such as dairy, poultry, fishery, goat-rearing, vermicomposting and others.