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The bacteriological cleanliness of milk cans and their influence on the bacterial count, i.e. keeping quality of milk



The bacteriological cleanliness of milk cans and their influence on the bacterial count, i.e. keeping quality of milk



Dt. Molk.-Ztg, 86: 15, 555-56, 558 & 560



The author reviews in some detail the findings of other Swiss workers on this subject during recent years (e.g.

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