Do it yourself reduces risks

Stringleman, Hugh
November 2013
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Nov2013, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p56
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement by Dairy Technologies in 2013 of its plan to offer for sale portable milk and colostrum dryers so farmers can use excess colostrum milk and eliminate the problems of discarded milk. The machines can be set up to receive milk continuously and the company has employed the roller drum drying technology which was the commercial way of making milk powders until the 1960s.


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