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An in-line milk sampler for determining the numbers of bacteria derived from teat surfaces and udder infections of cows milked in recorder machines

  • C. H. McKinnon (a1), Christina M. Cousins (a1) and Rosemary J. Fulford (a1)

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A simple in-line milk sampler is described for determining the bacterial contamination from the udders of cows milked in recorder machines. When sterilized, and used with a sterile cluster, it collects a milk sample bacteriologically representative of the cow's total yield and it can be used with minimum disruption of the milking routine.

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Benham, C. L. & Egdell, J. W. (1970). Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 23, 91.
British Standards Institution (1968). B.S. CP3007.
Kesler, E. M., Watrous, G. H. Jr, Knodt, C. B. & Williams, P. S. (1948). Journal of Dairy Science 31, 179.
McKinnon, C. H. & Cousins, C. M. (1966). Report of the National Institute for Research in Dairying 1965, p. 80.

An in-line milk sampler for determining the numbers of bacteria derived from teat surfaces and udder infections of cows milked in recorder machines

  • C. H. McKinnon (a1), Christina M. Cousins (a1) and Rosemary J. Fulford (a1)

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