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The sediment test and Schalm Mastitis Test as methods for detecting abnormal milk in large scale tests on milk samples.



The sediment test and Schalm Mastitis Test as methods for detecting abnormal milk in large scale tests on milk samples.



Arch. Lebensmittelhyg, 14: 2, 28-31



In investigations on >32, 000 milk samples from individual cows, raised cell counts were detected in 6.8% and 6% of 1, 000 milk samples from individual cows by the Schalm Mastitis Test and sediment test respectively, corresponding levels being 13.3% and 5.9% for 30, 000 can milk samples.

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