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Extensive use of by-products in Israeli dairy units



Extensive use of by-products in Israeli dairy units



Production Laitiere Moderne (130): 33, 35, 37, 39-42



The high average milk yield/cow in Israel, 7900 kg (8650 kg for herdbook cows), is attributed to the small size of the national herd, its concentration into large herds with highly qualified management, the progressive attitude of the kibbutzim, which supply 52% of Israel's milk, emphasis on the use of byproducts for feeding, and selection for milk yield and feed intake, combined with a low standard milk fat content of 3.2%.

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