“From fat to fatty acids profiling ”
Users of FOSS milk-testing equipment manoeuvre through a changing landscape armed with a growing range of analysis options.
Pioneering work by the Valacta milk-testing laboratory in Quebec, Canada is giving dairy farmers an early warning of ketosis in the dairy herd. Over 60% of the laboratory’s customers have joined the service since it started in July 2011.
See how Eurofins Stein Laboratory uses Mosaic software for managing multiple milk analysers from a single location.
This article by RAUDSZUS Electronic GmbH explains the concept behind a recent laboratory-automation project and the many benefits of RFID, including improved flexibility in meeting requests for specialist tests.
Central milk testing laboratory, Clínica do Leite is leading the way for milk testing in Brazil with the use of state-of-the-art Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) analysis.
Automated operations help the Qlip central milk testing (CMT) laboratory in Zutphen, the Netherlands, keep up with evolving demands while providing a more flexible quality control service for farmers and dairies.
Dairy One, a leading milk testing laboratory in the USA has benefited from the high accuracy and fast turnaround time of the MilkoScan™ FT+
These are just some of the benefits the CENSYRA laboratory in Valdepenas, Spain has experienced working with the MilkoScan™ FT+.