2 edition of Wisconsin dairy farming adjustments projected to 1980 found in the catalog.
Wisconsin dairy farming adjustments projected to 1980
Gayle S. Willett
1972 by Research Division, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Wisconsin in [Madison .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Gayle S. Willett and William E. Saupe.|
|Series||Agricultural economics project report|
|Contributions||Saupe, William E., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD9282.U5 W68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 60 l.|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||73620766|
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Compares dairy farm’s financial status with + dairy farms in the State of Wisconsin. Data is from the AgFA (Agriculture Financial Advisor).
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A stratified random sample of 54 dairy farms was drawn from a subset of located in the prominent dairy counties of Wisconsin. Each farm was visited in the spring ofand a structured survey was used to collect general information on farm practices and characteristics and identify different feeding groups from within the lactating and heifer herds.
The farmers whose cows supply much of the milk consumed in Wisconsin, or used in products like cheese and yogurt, are having a tough time.
Eight percent, or nearlyof the state's dairy. Milk cows on farms (and number of dairy farms) within the Northeast region declined steadily from throughalthough the rate of decline has decreased (a slight increase in cow numbers is shown for ).
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There were dairy farms with to 1, cows, and farms milking between 1, and 2, cows. Only 25 farms had more than 2, cows each. So the vast majority of dairy farms in Wisconsin, about 76%, milk fewer than cows. Wisconsin has been keeping track of dairy farm.
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