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Milk recording: an efficient method of detecting milk production problems



Milk recording: an efficient method of detecting milk production problems



Agropecuaria Catarinense 3(1): 5-7



Implementation of milk recording systems on farms in Brazil and benefits to the dairy industry of improving milk quality at source are reviewed.

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