Researchers studying how liners impact milking

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Milk-quality researchers at the University of Wisconsin are investigating the interaction between liner properties (liner compression, dimensions, materials and shapes) and milking machine settings (vacuum level and pulsation phase durations). 

Results from the liner performance research could be used as a guide for choosing liners and milking machine settings to balance the goals of milking quickly, gently and completely.

Click here to learn more about the research being done by UW student researcher Sonia Gomez.

Source: milkquality.wisc.edu



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