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Control systems for automated dairy processes

, : Control systems for automated dairy processes. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation (185): 35

This bulletin, intended as an educational guide for dairy factory managers, is an update of IDF Bulletin Nos. 72 and 100. It gives reasons for automation and the scope of automatic systems, and instructions on how to organize and install automatic systems.

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