Where the rubber meets the teat

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A new installment in the University of Wisconsin Milk Quality “Milking Systems and Parlor Management” Weekly Series is now available.

The installment, “Where the Rubber Meets the Teat,” describes the effects of liners and pulsators on milking characteristics. The goal of the article is to improve your understanding of these interactions at the real interface between the milking machine and the cow.

Read the installment here.

Source: UW Milk Quality



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