The dairy industry is a cornerstone of the New Zealand economy, and increasing milk production, especially milk protein, is essential to boost farmer profits and meet global demand for milk products. Increasing the milk protein output per unit of intake also has positive environmental effects, due to more nitrogen being partitioned towards product, rather than excreta (Pacheco & Waghorn, 2008).
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 70, Palmerston North, 67-70, 2010
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