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Bulletin of the IDF No. 386/2004 - Bruges 2003 - Quality Management at Farm Level - Code of Good Hygienic Practices for Milking with Automatic Milking Systems - Scanned copy

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Bulletin of the IDF No. 386/2004

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Quality Management at Farm Level

Proceedings of the Farming Conference, IDF World Dairy Summit 2003, Bruges, Belgium

For consumers, animal health, animal welfare and care for the environment are becoming increasingly important. The Quality Management at Farm Level Conference in Bruges examined the question of how to manage (recognize, judge, decide and prevent) chemical and microbiological contaminants in milk at farm level.
40 pp

Code of Good Hygienic Practices for Milking with Automatic Milking Systems

This Code of Good Hygienic Practices (GHP) has been developed with the aim of assisting milk producers in producing safe and suitable milk using an Automatic Milking System (AMS) and provides recommendations that are intended to supplement general good hygienic milking practices as stipulated by legislation and/or sector guides on good hygienic milking.
6 pp

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