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The influence of the intervals of testing on the determination of milk yields and of the butter fat content of milk



The influence of the intervals of testing on the determination of milk yields and of the butter fat content of milk



Int. Dairy Congr., 1949. 1: 577-83



The actual milk and butterfat production of 3 cows during one lactation was determined and compared with the calculated production based on the yields at 10-, 20- and 30-day intervals. The first day of recording was varied from the 6th to the 20th day after calving for the 10- and 20-day records and from the 10th to the 30th day after calving for the 30-day records. In this way 15 different yields were calculated for each recording interval.

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