Good farm equipment sanitation means better milk quality tests Public Deposited

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  • Bacteria use milk nutrients that remain on your dairy equipment to grow and multiply between milkings. The most important step in reaching top milk quality is to remove all milk residues (or “soil”) after each milking.
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