Milking It

Hayhurst, Susan
April 2004
Indiana Business Magazine;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p40
Focuses on trends in dairy production in Indiana. Growth of the industry; Milk production; Reduction in herd and cow numbers; Dairy products; Quota systems and requirements for dairy farmers; Effects of urban encroachment and population growth on the industry.


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