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By AARON M. ALTSCHUL and HAROLD L. WILCKE (Eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9780120548033

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But although the damage done by Boniface to the popularity of horsemeat has continued to the present, it has not been equally effective everywhere. For example, there is today a particular horsemeat sausage popular in Grongingen; and it was in this city that Boniface was martyred. Regardless of ecclesiastical disapproval, the main cause of the dwindling contribution of horsemeat to human protein intake has been the steady and rapid growth of agricultural mechanization. This also has affected the culinary significance of the rabbit, but in a different way.

Food and People sions presented to the United Nations World Food Conference that such weather alterations are not now in evidence or in prospect. V. New Crop Patterns In speculating on the possible and probable trends in food production in any one country or region, it is necessary to note also the prospect of new crops and the expansion of established crops in countries where they have been unimportant but now give evidence of springing into life as a result of technological developments and new demand and price prospects.

On the basis of this record, what should one project for 1985? A straight-line trend for 1961-1974, with the very low yields due to blight in 1970 and drought and frost in 1974 excluded, points to 120 bushels per acre for 1985. 5% higher. 2. Wheat Similarly, a typical projection for wheat would indicate a wheat yield of 37 bushels per acre, but this also appears to be low not only on the basis of linear trend from 1960 to 1973, but of a longer trend from 1950 to 1973. In this case, too, a projection to a 10% higher level is conceivable.

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