The adoption of seasonal calving in New Zealand has lead to marked irregularities in the supply of milk to processors in terms of both quantity and quality. The need to accommodate peak milk flow means that manufacturing plants are under utilised for most of the year. Further, there are difficulties manufacturing high quality products early and late in the season. This study presents data from an all-year-round calving system which may help to overcome the above mentioned problems.
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 57, , 204, 1997
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