Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2020, 1(4); doi: 10.38007/AJAS.2020.010402.
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, Chengdu, China
On the basis of not destroying natural resources and ecological environment, relying on scientific and technological progress and improving the comprehensive production capacity of animal husbandry can continuously meet the needs of contemporary and future generations for the development of animal products. This article summarizes the successful experience and lessons of the development of ecological aquaculture in other advanced counties and cities, conducts scientific positioning and reasonable planning, puts forward development ideas and policy suggestions with practical guiding significance and application value, and explores a suitable for the development of modern ecological aquaculture in the regional economic development of livestock Road, with a view to providing reference and reference for the development of the similar township ecological breeding industry in the whole region. This article analyzes the current situation of my country's animal husbandry development, the problems of regional economic sustainable development and related countermeasures. The results show that the natural growth rate of my country's population is only 1.6% per year, indicating that my country's population growth has not been well controlled. Purchasing forage can increase the total income of herdsmen and is an important factor in promoting the growth of herdsmen's income and the sustainable development of the grassland economy. In general, animal husbandry is developing in a good direction.
Animal Husbandry, Regional Economy, Sustainable Development, Circular Economy, Comprehensive Evaluation
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