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Quality evaluation of raw milk from the producer to the dairy


, : Quality evaluation of raw milk from the producer to the dairy. Maelkeritidende 103(17): 365-366

Milk quality parameters used in Denmark, and current and rapid methods of analysis used for raw milk are discussed.


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