milk quality Articles

  • Use of quick diagnostic methods in milking

    The objective of the present study was to evaluate the usefulness of bioluminescence measurement and analysis of swabs taken from the surfaces of the equipment for determination of the hygienic state of a milking machine when biofilm is present on the surfaces. In addition the measurement of electrical conductivity of milk as a tool to detect cows with subclinical mastitis was examined. In the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Milk of sheep, goat, and buffalo: a public health review

    The objective is to integrate nutritional, technological, and human health characteristics of milk from sheep, goat and buffalo as viable substitute for cow milk. Ewe milk is much richer than cow milk in riboflavin, thiamine, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and biotin. Compared to cow milk, goat milk has minor –s–1–casein, –carotene, agglutinin; and is lower in citric acid, Na, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Fat extraction of milk powder and infant formula samples

    SpeedEctractor E-916: Fat determination of milk powder and infant formula sample without hydrolysis In the dairy industry, the fat determination and extraction is not only a routine procedure in quality assurance and labelling also it is very important for contaminant determination, as e.g. ...


    By BÜCHI Labortechnik AG

  • Got Milk? Got Wastewater Too! Treatment of Dairy Processing Wastewater

    ABSTRACTA major dairy processing operation owned and operated by the Michigan Milk Producers Association (MMPA) located in central lower Michigan was required to design and construct a process wastewater treatment plant within a 14 month period. The system is sized to treat up to 0.5 MGD of dairy processing wastewater at a biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) concentration up to 1,846 mg/L. Effluent ...

  • Impact of defoliation on corn forage quality

    Hail damage can be a serious problem on corn (Zea mays L.) grown for silage. The value of corn grown for silage is a function of both the yield and quality of the forage produced. An improved understanding of the effects of defoliation on forage quality would improve the ability of agronomists, farmers, and crop insurance adjusters to assess the economic impact of hail damage to corn harvested ...

  • How to produce good quality silage

    We all know the benefits of good silage. But are we really all doing everything we can to produce good quality silage? If you want to help protect your farm business against ups and downs in milk or meat prices, or feed costs, there’s a straightforward approach: maximise the amount of milk or meat produced from home-grown forage. It is arguably one of a livestock farm’s biggest ...


    By Ecosyl Products Limited

  • Effect of storage conditions on physico–chemical attributes and physiological responses of 'milk' (Musa spp., AAB group) banana during fruit ripening

    Knowledge of fruit physico–chemical properties and physiological responses is important for the design and development of appropriate postharvest handling and storage systems to reduce losses and maintain quality. The objective of this study was to investigate the changes in physico–chemical attributes and physiology of 'milk' banana cultivar at three ripening stages (unripe, fully ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Effect of nitrogen application on yield and quality of silage corn after forage legume-grass

    Decomposition of forage legume-grass (FLG) sods after turnover will supply N to the next corn (Zea mays L.) crop. For optimum economic grain production typically a starter N application is sufficient. However, the impact of eliminating sidedress N on yield and quality of silage corn in the year after sod turnover (FYC) is not well documented and little is known about the effects of timing of sod ...

  • Maximize Growth Potential & Production

    Every farm environment has unique opportunities and challenges. Your young animals’ performance is determined by your ability to recognize their specific needs and to make the necessary adjustments to your feeding program based on their genetic potential, housing environment, and environmental conditions. The greater the producers’ ability to recognize the challenges of the ...


    By Grober Nutrition USA

  • Dairy Processor- Dairy Farmers of America, Hughson, CA USA

    The dairy processor manufactures dehydrated milk products for the national market. This long established business prides itself in good management, manufacturing and citizenship. But increasing city wastewater treatment surcharges for TSS and BOD necessitated attention. The dairy had been contacted by WWW in the past, and were familiar with their success at other dairy processing facilities. The ...


    By World Water Works, Inc.

  • Bull Calves Need Care Too

    By far, most bull calves will never become a lasting benefit to a dairy herd, and as such may not always receive the same level of care that heifer calves do. Harmonizing your calf rearing programs will yield positive results for all calves and your bottom line. All calves require excellent care, especially in the first few days of life. Without adequate, timely colostrum and proper ...


    By Grober Nutrition USA

  • Dairy Industry Industry - Pollution Prevention Guidelines

    Introduction Pollution Prevention Guidelines to provide technical advice and guidance to staff and consultants involved in pollution-related projects. The guidelines represent state-of-the-art thinking on how to reduce pollution emissions from the production process. In many cases, the guidelines provide numerical targets for reducing pollution, as well as maximum ...


    By The World Bank

  • 5 C’s Of Calf Care

    Every producer has individual opportunities and challenges due to their housing environment and management strategy. The key to maximizing growth, health, and long-term profitability is establishing a sound system of care for your pre-ruminant livestock. No matter the system you choose, ensuring these 5 keys to management are acknowledged and defined for you and your team will enhance the ...


    By Grober Nutrition USA

  • How to Make Horse Feed Pellets

    Why should you make feed pellets for your equines? In ancient times horses were the main driving force of agricultural production, transportation and military activities. With the invention of power machinery and its wide application, field operations were almost replaced by tractors. Horses are mainly used for equestrian sports and production of milk and meat. The modern horse owners ...


  • Asian dairy churns out grade AA effluent

    ' The AIRE-O2® aerators have excellent oxygen transfer, easy maintenance and operation.' Problem Founded in 1937, this dairy cooperative located in Asia has played a leading role in the development of the industry in its country. Its mission is to 'supply quality products for safe-guarding the nation’s health' in all its product line. The same attention to quality standards that drives ...

  • Seed-applied insecticides inconsistently affect corn forage in continuous corn

    Western corn rootworm (Diabrotica virgifera virgifera Le Conte) is the major insect pest in the corn phase of a corn (Zea mays L.) silage–perennial forage rotation. Dairy producers may prefer seed-applied instead of soil-applied insecticides for rootworm control because of ease of use and additional control of some other soil insect pests. The objective of the 2-yr NY field study was to evaluate ...

  • Dairy Digester Opens Doors On Maryland Farm

    Kilby Inc., a 600-cow dairy operation located in Colora, Maryland, has the only operational commercial anaerobic digestion (AD) system in the state. In 2009, Kilby Inc. (the dairy farm and milk production business) began construction of a covered lagoon digester, which started operating in March 2011. The digester input consists of flushed cow manure (98% by volume) and food waste (2%), including ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Seasonality & optimal calf care

    Changing seasons, and challenging seasonal extremes (cold, heat and humidity), add extra challenges for a young calf and the caregivers management must be dynamic in order to provide optimal care. A reminder of calf needs should be outlined, especially with the primary calf worker(s). Topics of focus should involve: Optimal nutrition, the importance of access to clean water, clean and dry resting ...


    By Grober Nutrition USA

  • Research highlights cattle emissions reduction opportunity

    Researchers in Denmark have measured the quantities of greenhouse gases in the breath of dairy cows and demonstrated a heritable variability between individual animals. “This means that we have an opportunity to select for breeding those individuals which will produce offspring that generate less methane,” says Dr Jan Lassen who led the research project on individual methane ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

  • Highest approval level

    After a detailed and complex inspection, atech innovations gmbh received the 3-A-symbol authorization. This quality label is evidence of the highest approval level under food and drug regulations worldwide. The approval covers atech's ceramic membranes as well as the stainless steel modules housing the membranes. The standards to be met for this much sought-after certification are laid ...


    By atech innovations gmbh

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