EFFECT OF DIFFERENT HYGENIC CONDITION DURING MILKING ON BACTERIAL COUNT OF COWS' MILK

@article{Islam2012EFFECTOD,
  title={EFFECT OF DIFFERENT HYGENIC CONDITION DURING MILKING ON BACTERIAL COUNT OF COWS' MILK},
  author={M. Ashraful Islam and M. Nazrul Islam and M. A. Samad Khan and M. Harunur Rashid and Sk Md Obaidullah},
  journal={Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={38},
  pages={108-114}
}
Effect of three hygienic conditions (T 1- washing and disinfection of udder and teats, milker hands, and a sanitary rinse of milking pails using calcium hypochlorite solution with 200 ppm Cl; T 2- washing of udder and teats, milker hands and milking pails with normal water; and T 3- without any kind of preparation of udder and teats, milker hands and milking pails) before milking were studied. Fifteen “Red Chittagong” milking cows were selected and divided into the three treatment groups (5 in… 

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