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Increasing milk production to conserve groundwater in India

With concerns over current water management practices in Punjab State, India, the International Water Management Institute, in collaboration with Nestlé, conducted a study on the water footprint of milk, rice and wheat production. They concluded that intensifying dairy farming would reduce groundwater consumption and generate higher profits for smallscale farmers.
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