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Talking with farmers about milk prices


, : Talking with farmers about milk prices. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 123(46): 1

Proposals of the Swiss Ministry for Agriculture regarding funding for the Swiss dairy industry are described and discussed, with particular reference being made to proposals to reduce deficits by cutbacks of FS 35 million. These cutbacks are to be achieved in part by reducing subsidies paid to dairy factories for cheese, butter and skim milk processing.


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