cases “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.

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cases “Cutting the cost of ketosis ”

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.

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cases “Manage multiple instruments from a single location with Mosaic™ ”

See how Eurofins Stein Laboratory uses Mosaic software for managing multiple milk analysers from a single location.

cases “Finding the balance with saturated fats ”

More time on grass: adjusting feed for dairy herds can reduce the saturated fat content of milk

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cases “Fully automated control of milk laboratory samples using RFID technology ”

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.

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cases “Milk testing development supported by FTIR analysis ”

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.

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cases “Welcome to the automated laboratory ”

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.

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cases “At the cutting edge of quality control of milk ”

Dairy One, a leading milk testing laboratory in the USA has benefited from the high accuracy and fast turnaround time of the MilkoScan™ FT+

cases “Rapid analysis of goats milk by FTIR ”

These are just some of the benefits the CENSYRA laboratory in Valdepenas, Spain has experienced working with the MilkoScan™ FT+.

cases “Bacteria in milk – then and now ”

A sample of raw milk looks exactly the same as 30 or 40 years ago. However, there are far fewer bacteria in milk samples taken today.

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