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L. ), pp. 12-30. Plenum, New York and London. 3 Economic and Resource Cost of Production of Foods by Ruminants GERALD M. WARD I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. Introduction Ruminant Product Cost and Returns A. Milk Production B. Beef Production C. Lamb Production Energy Requirements for Ruminant Products A. Production Requirements B. Processing Requirements Impact of Increased Costs Production Options under Energy Constraints A. Feed Production Options B. Lower Fat Products C. Meat Analogs D. Alternative Energy Sources Research Needs Summary References 35 37 37 38 40 40 40 42 45 45 46 48 49 50 52 53 54 I.
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In this chapter attention is directed to the cost by regions of the United States of producing ruminant products with special emphasis on the fossil-fuel energy required for production and processing of beef and milk. The impact of increas ing energy prices on cost of production is evaluated as well as alternative produc tion and feeding systems under energy constraints. Finally, some research prob lems are identified that will be significant for coping with the challenges pre sented by increased energy costs.