DETERMINATION OF FAT DEPRESSION IN MILK FROM MECHANICAL MILKING IN WINTER AND SUMMER SEASON

Article Id: ARCC176 | Page : 453-455
Citation :- DETERMINATION OF FAT DEPRESSION IN MILK FROM MECHANICAL MILKING IN WINTER AND SUMMER SEASON .Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2013.(47):453-455
M. Cimen*, S. Yildirim1, M. Cetin2 and O. Tekelioglu mcimen19@gmail.com
Address : Department of Food Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Tunceli University, Tunceli, Turkey

Abstract

This research was aimed to investigate the fat depression in milk from mechanical milking in winter and summer period.  The data was collected from Mega Agricultural Enterprise by DIMES Company during winter and summer months. The milk fat levels in this study are consistent with normal values for cows. In summer months (July and August), the milk fat rates were lower than test value (3.2%). Therefore, it was concluded that low levels of milk fat (

Keywords

Machine milking Milk fat depression Summer Winter.

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