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Quality Milk and Healthy Livestock

Proper hygiene in dairy farming directly affects both the quality of milk produced and the overall health of the livestock. However, good hygiene goes beyond mere cleanliness. It plays a pivotal role in ensuring optimal milk yield and maintaining the cows’ well-being.

One of the primary concerns in dairy farming is Mastitis, an inflammation of the udder. This condition can quickly spread among cows, especially during milking or even while they rest. Therefore, it becomes imperative to maintain a clean and

Controlled environment. Key measures include:

  • Pre-milking Procedures: Clean and sanitize the cows’ teats before milking to prevent any bacterial transmission.
  • Post-milking Care: Disinfect the teats immediately after milking. This step not only reduces the risk of Mastitis but also promotes teat health.
  • Equipment Maintenance: Clean all milking equipment after use. Eliminating any leftover residue is crucial, as it prevents bacterial growth that can compromise milk quality.
  • Effective Cleaning Agents: Always use cleaning products specially designed for the intended operations. These should be efficient in breaking down proteins and fats.

By integrating stringent hygiene practices, regular equipment maintenance, and specialized treatments like dry cow therapy, dairy farmers can significantly reduce the incidence of Mastitis. This integrated approach ensures the health of the cows and consistently delivers high-quality milk.

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