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Vicissitudes in milk and milk products and their place in the diet of the Japanese

, : Vicissitudes in milk and milk products and their place in the diet of the Japanese. Japanese Journal of Dairy and Food Science 33(6): A225-A229

The fluctuations in the Japanese dairy cattle population, from the introduction of cattle into Japan as a gift to the emperor Kotoku in 654 AD until the period of stable economic growth from 1973, are traced from official statistics. Expansion in the dairy herd, with the importation of European breeds, began in the reign of the emperor Meiji (1868-1912).

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