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A case for the inclusion of protein in a milk payment scheme

A case for the inclusion of protein in a milk payment scheme

South African Journal of Dairy Technology 12(3): 101-105

The need for inclusion of protein in milk payment formulae in South Africa is demonstrated with comprehensive data (in 3 diagrams and 3 tables) on the % utilization of milk constituents in different dairy products, the relationship of Cheddar and Gouda cheese yields to protein, casein and fat contents of milk, etc.

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