Machine milking and milking machines

Machine milking and milking machines   Machine milking is gradually being adopted in many large farms in Kenya because it reduces labour and performs a better quality milking job than hand milking. However, because most dairy farms have small herds sizes and cheap labour farmers do not see the need to install milking machines. This is also because milking machines require power and ar...
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Milking machine and Mastitis

ANSC 438 Home / Beginning / Milk Composition / Mammary Structure Mammary Development / Mother & Neonate / Lactation / Mastitis Mastitis Case Studies Milking Machine Dairy cattle are milked by machine. Milking machinedesign and function is critical for rapid and efficient removal of milk without damage to the teat or gland and with...
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Pros and Cons before purchasing a Milking Machine in Kenya

Pros and Cons before purchasing a Milking Machine in Kenya Are you building a farm and having trouble deciding between hiring labour or buying automatic milking machinery? Or is your traditional dairy farm simply growing and you are considering an upgrade to milking machines? In either case, it is essential to make your choice depending on the advantages and disadvantages of both systems. co...
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BS 5 X STATIONERY MILKING MACHINE

BS 5 X STATIONERY MILKING MACHINE Stationery milking machine Two buckets capacity Technical Specifications Electric motor : Single phase Power (Kw) : 0,75 Frequency (Hz) : 50 Voltage (V) : 220 Capacity(lt/min) : 180 Vacuum tank(lt) : 18 Regulator : Spring Vacuum gauge : Ø 63 mm, 0-760 mm Hg Bucket : 30 L. Stainle...
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