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Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 14 ISSUE 1
Written by Dragoş Mihai MEDELETE, Radu Lucian PÂNZARU

Goieşti commune is attested from 1577 on 28 July in a document issued by a big ban of Craiova and includes 13 villages. Name of the village comes from the name given its first inhabitant, namely "Goieşteanu" name which today does not appear to any inhabitant of the village, however is the most inhabitants from the neighboring village Simnicu de Sus. Goieşti village is situated in the hilly Getic Plateau, is crossed from south to north the hills of Oltenia. The climate is specific to the hills and plains of Romania, with harsh winters and dry summers with high temperatures. The average annual temperature in the area is between 10 ˚ C and 11 ˚ C. The average January temperature is between -2 and -3 ˚ C and average July temperature is between 20 ˚ C and 21 ˚ C. The value of mean annual precipitation ranges from 500-600 mm. Vegetation consists of oak forests, acacia and meadow coppices Amaradiei prevail. The soil in the area is predominantly by brown-red. The population of Goieşti 3118 inhabitants is dispersed in 13 villages: Adâncata, Goieşti, Gruita, Malaiesti Mogoşeşti, Muiereni, Pioreşti, Pometeşti, Popeasa, Ţăndărei, Vladimir, Zlătaru. The population consists of 1814 inhabitant female and male residents 1304, children and adolescents under 18 years representing 718 inhabitants. There are no industry in the area, most people of working age is employed in Craiova, in various areas: industry, services, other areas. Agriculture is the main occupation of the inhabitants, usually the first-past youth. Young people are not really interested in this branch, because the land is less productive to the lowlands and hence is not as pleased. However agricultural land is cultivated at a rate of approx. 80-90% due to Romanian and foreign investors mostly leased land and their works. Forestry occupies an important place locality surrounded by forests of oak and locust, and on the river Amaradia there are riverside coppices. On some hillsides where there were groves of fruit trees (plum, apricot, cherry) began afforestation works, not depreciate slopes. Elucidating the communal potential, of milk production is based on use of an appropriate set of indicators: effective in exploitation (by species), total production and average yield per head. The study covers the period 2010-2012, taken as a starting point for developing a strategy of reviving the sector of production.

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