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Since World War II several developments have given impetus to a shift from marketing farm-separated cream to marketing whole milk. The increased consumer demand for nonfat dry milk, the government price-support program, the introduction of drying equipment small enough to make drying feasible for small plants, and farmers preferences have all had a share in inducing plants to shift from a butter manufacturing operation to a butter-powder operation.
Iowa State College. Agricultural Experiment Station
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Kolmer, Lee; Homme, Henry A.; and Ladd, G. W., "Spray drying costs in low-volume milk plants" (1957). Special Report. 23.