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European country surveys: Austria


, : European country surveys: Austria. Milk Industry 95(6): 18

Since 1988, milk production in Austria has been static at approx. 3.3 t/yr, although milk consumption is increasing. In July 1990, 5 leading regional cooperatives announced the formation of a new marketing consortium for cheese, butter and preserved milk, AMF (Austria Milch- und Fleischvermarktung).

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