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The cleaning of automatic milking systems


The cleaning of automatic milking systems



Automatic milking: a better understanding Conference Proceedings, Lelystad, Netherlands, March 2004: 94-100



The cleaning of an automatic milking system is of great importance for the hygienic quality of the milk. From conventional milking several methods and procedures are known and applied to automatic milking systems. The diversity of the cleaning systems of automatic milking systems is given. Important differences do occur in procedure (circulation cleaning versus cleaning with boiling water), in time needed for cleaning and in water and energy consumption.

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