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Why fewer dairy farms in Argentina now produce more cow’s milk

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A private report has shown that small farm units are dying out in Argentina at a rate of 2 to 3% per year, about half the rate in Europe and the United States. Meanwhile, large farms are rising, and production volumes are growing at 3% per year.

In Argentina, the process of concentration in cow's milk dairies is steadily advancing, following a global trend: the advance of much larger and mechanized units with greater economic and financial backing to withstand sectoral crises and a volatile economy such the one in Argentina.

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