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Animal Sciences

1962

Dairy farming

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Detergents For The Dairy Farm, H Maslin Jan 1962

Detergents For The Dairy Farm, H Maslin

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

CLEANLINESS in both the physical and bacteriological sense is essential to the production of high quality dairy products, and high quality in these products is essential to both the health of the community and the successful and economic operation of the industry.

Detergents have an important place in maintaining dairy hygiene—but they must be properly used if they are to be really effective.

In this article Dairy Instructor H. Maslin, M.D.D., describes the qualities of a good dairy detergent and explains how it should be fitted into the regular cleaning routine.


Pigs On The Dairy Farm : Cutting Costs To Meet Low Prices, R A. Bettenay Jan 1962

Pigs On The Dairy Farm : Cutting Costs To Meet Low Prices, R A. Bettenay

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

As all dairy farmers know, the market prices of pigs tends to fluctuate, depending on supply and demand, in a manner which is very hard to predict.

At a time when prices are low there are several things which the dairy farmer can do to continue operating, although at a reduced margin.


Soft Water For Dairy Cleaning, Department Of Agriculture, Western Australia Jan 1962

Soft Water For Dairy Cleaning, Department Of Agriculture, Western Australia

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

CLEAN utensils are essential for the production of high quality dairy products.

Cleanliness of dairy equipment depends a lot on how efficiently the detergent can do its job.