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Experiments on milking technique, III. The effect of reducing the milking time and washing the udder with hot water. IV. Effect of increasing the milking time



Experiments on milking technique, III. The effect of reducing the milking time and washing the udder with hot water. IV. Effect of increasing the milking time



Jour Dairy Res 16(1): 14-22



The influence of washing the udder with hot and cold water and of reducing the milking time to 60% of the normal flow period was studied over a period of 9 wks. in 20 cows. The temp. of the udder wash water had no measurable effect on output of milk or speed of milking. Reducing milking time failed to increase the rate of milk flow and resulted in a decline in milk yield. In an expt. with 10 cows the teat cups were, for periods of 6 wks., left on at each milking twice as long as was necessary to carry out a normal milking. Neither the yield, quality of milk nor the rate of milking were affected.

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