Developments in the U.S. cheese industry indicate that substantial
changes are likely in the next few years. Consumption trends are already
rising and a major shift in the geographic pattern of production is in
progress. In addition, the basis for significant new capital investment is
being established by the development of new equipment and techniques.
The principal aim of this study is the provision of processing cost estimates.
Costs are developed, not only for the new technological systems,
but also for different sized plants and for plants working under different
Lilwall, Nicholas B.; Hammond, Jerome W..
Cheddar Cheese Manufacturing Costs.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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