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Returns from Gouda farm cheese production in 1976


Returns from Gouda farm cheese production in 1976



Zuivelzicht 69(20): 455



A detailed analysis is made of the economics of Gouda farm cheese production, as exemplified by a typical farm which during April-Oct. 1976 processed 75 571 kg milk with an average of 3.79% fat to 8055 kg cheese. For purposes of the analysis it is assumed that 166.8 kg whey butter (with a price of f4.75/kg) was made from the 67 258 kg whey.

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