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A milking plant


, : A milking plant. European Patent Application (EP 0 385 539 A2): 12 pp.

A milking installation incorporating a milking machine is described. The teatcups of the milking machine may be attached and removed separately from the teats (i.e. they do not form a claw), and the milk obtained from each quarter is conveyed separately to a milk measuring device. The measuring device incorporates 4 separate milk meters, the discharge tubes of which are connected to a common discharge tube, terminating in a milk cooling tank.

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