Abstract

In the 1970's, every major food crop in the world either leveled off or declined on a per-capita basis. The world population is now increasing more rapidly than the food supply. However, in many countries, costs of producing food are advancing more rapidly than farm prices. Thus, food production will be depressed if efficiency of food production is not increased more rapidly.

C. E Terrill

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 7. Symposia (1), , 489–492, 1982
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