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How would you assess the current state of Slovenian agriculture?

Firstly, I would like to point out that Slovenia is a country with great potential and the necessary natural resources for agriculture. While a large part of agricultural land in Slovenia is located in areas with limiting factors, I believe this can be considered an advantage or high added value. In a way, it encourages a more boutique production of agricultural produce or products. These areas demand special cultivation, which is oftentimes more natural and thus provides excellent conditions for the development of ecotourism. The branches in Slovenia that are highly traditional and well established also from the point of view of self-sufficiency include cattle farming, milk production, chicken farming, beekeeping and fruit growing in terms of apples and permanent plantations. The weaker...

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