Milk Quality Articles

  • SomaDetect Integration: Platform

    SomaDetect is a precision dairy technology company milk quality and dairy data company with offices in Fredericton, NB, Buffalo, NY and Thorold, ON. SomaDetect has designed and produced an in-line sensor that measures critical dairy-quality indicators from every cow at every milking.  SomaDetect’s technology uses no consumables, chemicals, or cartridges, and with no lost milk. ...

  • 3 Axles 40 CBM Milk Tank Trailers

    Milk tank truck, also known as transportation truck, is used for transport the fresh milk and other liquid medium etc. Besides, the milk tanker truck is equipped food type 304-2B stainless material. The vent valve is set at the top of the pot to enable automatic adjustment to reduce evaporation loss of the liquid and to prevent deformation of the liquid filling body when positive and negative ...

  • HVLS Fan For Agriculture

    HVLS Fan For Agriculture If your are raising livestock, you must have meet some problems, such as moisture, pathogens, heat and smelly gases. So proper ventilation is a serious business. In order to protect the health of those who work with the animals and their own safety, it is quite necessary to remove these unhealthy substance regularly and efficiently from the space.   Our ...

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 ...

  • Organic and conventional production systems in the wisconsin integrated cropping systems trials: i. Productivity 1990–2002

    During the last half-century, agriculture in the upper U.S. Midwest has changed from limited-input, integrated grain–livestock systems to primarily high-input specialized livestock or grain systems. This trend has spawned a debate regarding which cropping systems are more sustainable and led to the question: can diverse, low-input cropping systems (organic systems) be as productive as ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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

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