Managing for Milk Quality

  title={Managing for Milk Quality},
  author={Pamela Ruegg},
Introduction Throughout the world, the business of dairy farming is rapidly evolving. Consumption of dairy products remains strong but fewer farms are producing more milk using less labor and more purchased services. In the United States, the number of dairy farms dropped from 192,700 in 1990 to 92,000 in 2002 (Wisconsin Agricultural Statistics, 2003). The productivity of these larger farms has increased steadily and an increasing percentage of milk is produced on farms that contain more that… CONTINUE READING


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