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  • milk
  • As in India, the reliance on low-cost and often-subsidized commercial imports as well as gifts seriously affects the development of dairying systems in many developing countries as they increase domestic demand for milk products and erode domestic-price incentives. (fao.org)
  • As low-cost imports from advanced dairying nations depress domestic milk prices, it becomes uneconomical for local milk producers to invest in dairying, causing stagnation in production. (fao.org)
  • dairy
  • Programmes like Operation Flood, with similar policy orientations, may prove to be appropriate to dairy development in other Asian as well as African countries since the conditions that prevail in dairying today in a number of developing countries are comparable to those that once were found in India. (fao.org)
  • For any country seriously interested in exploiting the potential of dairying, therefore, it becomes imperative to review and seriously consider policies that would promote dairy development activities by helping to establish independent and self-sustaining dairying systems. (fao.org)
  • Terry, That's funny I have family involved in dairying, and a first cousin who is an Agricultural Advisor specializing in Dairying, and worked a few years in New Zealand, as well as another cousin who married a NZ dairy farmer. (blogspot.com)
  • Major
  • West Bengal's drug controller has sounded an alarm on the indiscriminate use of pregnancy hormone oxytocin in dairying, which could lead to major hormonal imbalance in humans, an official said on Thursday. (millenniumpost.in)
  • Europe
  • Direct evidence for the existence of dairying farms in prehistoric Central Europe (4th millennium BC). (blogspot.com)
  • Areas in Europe that had a good mix of arable and less arable land like most of Britain and Scandinavia had peasant economies where dairying was important. (blogspot.com)