Economic Research Institute Study paper
Utah State University
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In 1961, Professor George W. Trimberger, of Cornell University, pointed out the trend toward consumption of lowfat fluid milk and manufactured dairy products, the nutritional appeal of protein in milk, and the fact that protein in milk varies from herd to herd, and raised the question, "When will U. S. dairymen sell milk on the basis of protein content?"
Christensen, Rondo A., "Should Dairymen Be Paid for Milk on The Basis of Protein Content?" (1979). Economic Research Institute Study Papers. Paper 377.