Improvements made to milk-quality Web site

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One of the best Web sites for milk quality information has just gotten better.

The site, which is found at, has been upgraded with more information and a better navigation format.

The site now has a “search feature that’ll help you find resources about specific subjects without having to browse through everything else,” says Pam Ruegg, extension milk quality specialist at the University of Wisconsin.

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