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Journal of Dairy Research
Morag, M., Department of Agriculture, University of Reading, United Kingdom
During a series of lactation studies on ewes a half-udder technique was used for comparing twice- with thrice-a-day milking. The treatments were applied to the half-udders of 8 ewes in a Latin square design, in which each period lasted 7 days. Essentially the treatments were as follows: (A) a half-udder milked twice daily whilst the opposite half-udder was milked thrice; (B) a half-udder milked thrice daily whilst the opposite half-udder was also milked thrice; (C) a half-udder milked twice daily whilst the opposite half-udder was also milked twice. © 1966, Proprietors of Journal of Dairy Research. All rights reserved.
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A reduction in milk yield associated with certain half-udder milking techniques
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Morag, M., Department of Agriculture, University of Reading, United Kingdom
A reduction in milk yield associated with certain half-udder milking techniques
During a series of lactation studies on ewes a half-udder technique was used for comparing twice- with thrice-a-day milking. The treatments were applied to the half-udders of 8 ewes in a Latin square design, in which each period lasted 7 days. Essentially the treatments were as follows: (A) a half-udder milked twice daily whilst the opposite half-udder was milked thrice; (B) a half-udder milked thrice daily whilst the opposite half-udder was also milked thrice; (C) a half-udder milked twice daily whilst the opposite half-udder was also milked twice. © 1966, Proprietors of Journal of Dairy Research. All rights reserved.
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