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Management practices and performance of milk processing units - a case study of selected co-operative sector units


, : Management practices and performance of milk processing units - a case study of selected co-operative sector units. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 51(4): 736-743

This paper examines: (1) the capacity utilization, capital situation and performance of selected cooperative and private sector milk processing units; and (2) the policies and practices of the selected units with regard to product, pricing, distribution and promotion. For the case study analysis, 3 milk plants in the Indian Punjab were selected: Ludhiana and Verka (cooperative sector) and Bahadurgarh (private sector). Data were collected for the year 1994/95.

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