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Inputs, the feed, and frequently raw material, the young stock, may be purchased elsewhere and brought to the production operation where under controlled conditions optimum production of meat, eggs, or milk occurs. Although the producer may be more interested in the quality and quantity of the product, the waste material that results must be disposed of without adversely affecting the environment. Dairy Product Production Fewer but larger dairy farms will exist in the future. A similar change will take place in the number of fluid milk processing plants.