This study was designed to provide cost information which would be useful in
planning for adjustments to new technology and changing plant size in the butternonfat
dry milk industry. It provides partial answers to the following questions:
(1) What type of processing plants are economically most efficient? (2) What type
of bulk milk assembly is most efficient? and (3) How large should a dairy plant be to assure economic deficiency, considering both milk assembly and processing? 31 pages. This archival publication may not reflect current scientific knowledge or recommendations. Current information available from University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station: http://www.maes.umn.edu/
Nolte, G.M., Koller, E.Fred. 1972. Milk Assembly and Processing Costs in the Butter-Dry Milk Industry.Saint Paul, MN: Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 507.
Nolte, G.M.; Koller, E.Fred.
Milk assembly and Processing Costs in the Butter-Dry Milk Industry..
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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