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Milking technique and other factors affecting milk production potential in different breeds of camels under farm conditions

@article{Sahani1998MilkingTA,
  title={Milking technique and other factors affecting milk production potential in different breeds of camels under farm conditions},
  author={M. S. Sahani and Mohan Rathinasabapathy and Gorakhmal Gorakhmal and N. D. Khanna},
  journal={Indian Journal of Animal Sciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={68},
  pages={254-256}
}
Daily milk production in 4 lactating camels each of Bikaneri and Kachchhi breed belonging to second and third parities and 3 lactating camels of Jaisalmeri breed from third parity was studied. The daily milk production was recorded twice a day at 12-hr interval by 3 different milking techniques, viz. 2-teat stripping and allowing calf to suckle simultaneously, 4-teat stripping, and machine milking. The average daily productions by 2-teat and 4-teat stripping, and machine milking in Bikaneri… 

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