Milk iodine residues after a post-milking iodophor teat-dipping.

  • Gilles Aumont
  • Published 1987 in
    Annales de recherches veterinaires. Annals of…


When udders were washed before milking, a post milking teat-dipping with a 5,000 mg available iodine/l iodophor induced an iodine residue of 33 to 54 micrograms l/kg in milk. The iodine contents of the first jets of milk were 1.08 to 8.27 times higher than those of average milk. However, the bulk of iodine residues in milk seemed to be an iodine transfer… (More)