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Prospects for rationalization of nutrition and milk consumption


Prospects for rationalization of nutrition and milk consumption



Vyziva Lidu 32(8): 114-116



ISSN/ISBN: 0042-9414

Statistics on changes in consumption of milk and milk products in 16 selected countries during 1970-1974 are tabulated and discussed. In Czechoslovakia in 1974, total milk production was 5,337 million litres, of which 4,553 million litres were delivered to dairies; the cow population was 1,967,000, averaging 2,769 litres milk/head.

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