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Contribution to the protein programme

, : Contribution to the protein programme. Gazdalkodas 31(9): 41-44

A supply of protein is required, domestically produced or imported, to maintain the optimum level of livestock production in Hungary. This paper argues that the bulk of protein requirements should come from beans since they can be produced more profitably in Hungary than can soya.

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