Citations with the tag: SHEEP milk
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- Address correction.
// Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p8
Presents a correction to an article about milking sheep, by Leona Hanson, published in the July/August 2005 issue of the "Country Side and Small Stock Journal."
- Dairy sheep research planned.
// Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p44
Reports on Wisconsin-based Spooner Research Station's plan to study dairy sheep breed crosses and genetic improvement of milk production. Average sheep milk production.
- Cheese to Cherish.
Borg, Victor Paul // Saveur; Mar2013, Issue 154, p14
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of growing up on the Maltese Island of Gozo and spending winter time with his Aunt Lucia, milking two sheep and making cheese out of the milk.
- Sheep milk facts.
Griffith, Nathan // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p36
Presents information on sheep milk.
- Organic sheep cheese in Vermont.
Griffith, Nathan // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p38
Presents information on sheep milk and organic sheep cheese in Vermont.
- Ewe bet.
Walsh, Robb // Natural History; Feb98, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p78
Deals with sheep dairying in Wisconsin. Cost of sheep's milk; Comparison of sheep's milk to cow's milk; Composition of sheep's milk.
- Milking sheep for money.
Scharabok, Ken // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p46
Focuses on the commercial value of sheep milk.
- We Milk our Sheep!
Hanson, Leona // Mother Earth News; Aug/Sep2005, Issue 211, p18
Presents the techniques in sheep milking. Qualities of sheep milk; Behavior of the sheep when milked; Composition of sheep's milk.
- RAISING SHEEP.
EKARIUS, CAROL // Mother Earth News; Aug/Sep2010, Issue 241, p50
The article discusses how to raise a sheep. It mentions how sheep is a good alternative to cattle as it requires a smaller space but may also provide some problems such as being vulnerable to parasites. The close to a hundred types of sheep in North America differ in climate and needs for...
- MICROBIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF MACEDONIAN TRADITIONAL WHITE BRINED CHEESE.
Mojsova, Sandra; Jankuloski, Dean; Sekulovski, Pavle; Angelovski, Ljupco; Ratkova, Marija; Prodanov, Mirko // Macedonian Veterinary Review; Jul2013, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p13
The purpose of this study was to asses the chemical and microbial characteristics of 10 artisanal cheeses made from raw ewe's milk without addition of starters, during maturation. Microbial populations were numerous and diverse with Lactic acid bacteria and Enterobaceriaceae as a predominant...
- KarakaÅŸ Koyunlarinin SÃ¼t Verim Ã–zellikleri.
Karaca, Orhan; Akyuz, Nurhan; Andic, Seval; Altin, Tufan // Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences; 2003, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p589
Determines the milk yield and composition in Karakas ewes. Lactation length; Average daily and total milk yield; Milk fat, total solid and mineral percentage.
- Composition and Nitrogen Distribution of Ouled-Djellal and Rumbi Algerian Ewe's Milk.
Yabrir, B.; Hakem, A.; Laoun, A.; Labiad, M.; Attia, H.; Mati, A. // Advance Journal of Food Science & Technology; 2013, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p1220
The chemical composition and nitrogen distribution of milk from two ewe's breed (Ouled-Djellal and Rumbi) (n = 20 each) reared in Algerian area steppe, were studied. The ewes were balanced for age and weight. All were in middle period of lactation. Individual milk samples were taken from each...
- Merinos ve Ile de France x Akkaraman sÃ¼tlerinde iz element dÃ¼zeyleri ve laktasyondaki deÄŸiÅŸimleri.
Bektaş, Gizem Işııl; Altıntaş, Arif // Turkish Journal of Biochemistry / Turk Biyokimya Dergisi; Jun2011, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p149
Objective: Aim of this study is to investigate milk Fe, Cu, Zn, Mn, Co, Se levels in the beginning, intermediate and final stages of lactation, to compare their levels throughout lactation and to find out critical values that do not overlap with the physiological state in Merinos and Ile de...
- Milking Sheep.
Ma (Samantha), Tshe-brtan Sgrol // Skipping Stones; Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p15
The article presents the author's narration on how she and her brother milk sheep. First, they round up all of the sheep in one place as some sheep are not easy to catch. The author says that when her brother catches one sheep, the other gets nervous and flee. After catching it, he rubs away the...
- RESEARCH REGARDING THE INFLUENCE OF THE MILKER'S HYGIENE ON THE MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF SHEEP MILK.
Maria, Maerescu Cristina // Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary; 2008, Vol. 65 Issue 1/2, p134
The milker is an important source of sepsis for milk, with pathogen bacteria that can be found on hands, under nails or in the personnel's skin fold. That's why the milker must strictly respect hygiene rules: clean gown, covered beads, hands washed with warm water and soap and their total...
- STUDIES ON THE COPPER CONTENT OF THE MILK OF SHEEP AND OF COWS.
Beck, A. B. // Australian Journal of Experimental Biology & Medical Science; Jun1941, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p145
An examination of the copper content of the milk of ewes and cows from normal and copper deficient areas of Western Australia has been made. It was found that: The copper content of the milk of normal ewes fell progressively from values of 0Â·20 to 0Â·64 mg. copper per litre in early...
- A working day in the life of ...
Styles, David // Dairy Industries International; Aug2009, Vol. 74 Issue 8, p31
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of having a sheep milking farm.
- Swiss favour sheep cheese.
Styles, David // Dairy Industries International; Jul2008, Vol. 73 Issue 7, p7
The article focuses on the market status of sheep milk cheese in Switzerland. It reports that the sales of sheep milk cheese in the country have more than doubled in the domestic market since 2000. Moreover, it notes that sheep cheese owed its success and rapid sales increase to direct marketing...
- Anaphylaxis to sheep's milk cheese in a child unaffected by cow's milk protein allergy.
Calvani Jr, M.; Alessandri, C.; Calvani, M. // European Journal of Pediatrics; 1998, Vol. 157 Issue 1, p17
A 5-year-old atopic boy unaffected by cow's milk protein allergy experienced several anaphylactic reactions after eating food containing ï¿½pecorinoï¿½ cheese made from sheep's milk. Prick-prick tests were strongly positive to sheep's buttermilk curd and `pecorino' sheep's cheese. Skin...
- Milking sheep offer a new small farm alternative.
Belanger, J. D. // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p30
Presents information on sheep milking business in the U.S. History of sheep milk cheese; Formation of the Wisconsin Sheep Dairy Cooperative, a sheep milk marketing cooperative; Methods of handling lambs. INSETS: American cheese consumption;An unfair advantage?.
- Whipped cream and sprinkles on that?
J.S. // Restaurant Business; 11/20/93, Vol. 92 Issue 17, p84
Presents La Paysanne Inc.'s marketing strategy for frozen desserts made from sheep milk. Efforts to remove public prejudice against non-bovine dairy products; Quality advantages of sheep milk.
- QUALITY OF EWE MILK AS AFFECTED BY STOCKING DENSITY AND LITTER TREATMENT WITH BENTONITE.
Sevi, A.; Taibi, L.; Muscio, A.; Albenzio, M.; Dantone, D.; Dell'Aquila, S. // Italian Journal of Food Science; 2001, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p77
Focuses on a study which examined the impact of stocking density and treatment with bentonite on the quality of ewe milk. Methodology; Results of the study; Discussion.
- INFLUENCE OF CHEESE WEIGHT AND TYPE OF RENNET ON COMPOSITION AND PROTEOLYSIS OF CANESTRATO PUGLIESE CHEESE II. CHROMATOGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF SOLUBLE NITROGEN.
Faccia, M.; Gambacorta, G.; Liuzzi, V.A.; Alviti, G.; Di Luccia, A. // Italian Journal of Food Science; 2003, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p75
A chromatographic study, based on reversed-phase, size exclusion and hydrophobic interaction chromatography, was performed to evaluate the influence of weight of the cheese and type of ten net used on the evolution of soluble nitrogen in "Canestrato Pugliese", a Protected Designation of Origin...
- SHEEPISH CHEESE.
Faccia, M.; Gambacorta, G.; Liuzzi, V.A.; Alviti, G.; Di Luccia, A. // USA Today Magazine; Mar2001, Vol. 129 Issue 2670, p78
Deals with the sheep milk products offered by Old Chatham Sheepherding Co.
- VALIDATION OF ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF IMIDOCARB IN TISSUES AND MILK OF CATTLE, SHEEP AND GOATS.
Crescenzo, G.; Lai, O.R.; Belloli, C.; Sasso, G.; Ormas, P. // Italian Journal of Food Science; 2002, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p99
In accordance with the Guidelines on Validation of Analytical Procedures suggested by the European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Products (EMEA), three methods were used to assess and validate the most suitable procedure to analyse residual imidocarb concentrations in edible tissues and...
- Separate the sheep from the cows.
Crescenzo, G.; Lai, O.R.; Belloli, C.; Sasso, G.; Ormas, P. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 11/25/96, Vol. 23 Issue 50, p29
Profiles Peter and Christine Welkerling, owners of the Shepherd Gourmet Dairy. Why they use sheep's milk for their cheese and yogurt; Their Shepherd Gourmet Dairy label; Plans for the future of their line of dairy products.
- Cooking with cheese.
Crescenzo, G.; Lai, O.R.; Belloli, C.; Sasso, G.; Ormas, P. // Dairy Industries International; Nov2010, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p12
The article reports on a campaign for Patros cow milk white cheese and the introduction of Patros-Feta made from Greek sheep milk aims to promote the use of cheeses in hot meals in Germany.
- Goats and sheep are frequently utilized in other countries.
Haenlein, George F. W. // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 85 Issue 6, p85
Focuses on the use of goats and sheeps for the milk supply of countries across the world.
- Demand rises for goat's milk cheese.
Haenlein, George F. W. // Dairy Industries International; Jul95, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p7
Reports on the growing popularity of cheese made from goat and sheep's milk in Germany. Estimated amount sold in supermarkets in 1994; Varieties of goat's milk cheese.
- PREDICTION OF PHENOTYPIC VALUE OF LIFETIME PERFORMANCE FROM EARLY LACTATION TRAITS IN HARIANA CATTLE.
Singh, Satbir; Rana, Z. S.; Pander, B. L.; Dhaka, S. S.; Kumar, Ramesh // Indian Journal of Animal Research; Aug2013, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p352
In order to achieve the objective, the data pertinent to lifetime traits on 762 Hariana cows, progeny of 23 sires maintained at Government Livestock Farm, Hisar were considered for the prediction of lifetime traits from early lactation traits. The prediction of phenotypic values for Number of...
- EU regulation: no one knows feta like we know feta.
Singh, Satbir; Rana, Z. S.; Pander, B. L.; Dhaka, S. S.; Kumar, Ramesh // MarketWatch: Global Round-up; Apr2005, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p73
The article reports that the Greek government has given the Greek farmers secured exclusive rights to call their sheep's milk cheese feta. This effort has been opposed by French, Danish, and German sheep farmers who also produce the same product. The traditional Greek cheese is now under the...
- MICROBIOLOGICAL, COMPOSITIONAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISATION OF PDO CANESTRATO PUGLIESE CHEESE.
Di Cagno, R.; Upadhyay, V. K.; McSweeney, P. L. H.; Corbo, M. R.; Faccia, M.; Gobbetti, M. // Italian Journal of Food Science; 2004, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p45
Microbiological, compositional and biochemical characterisation of the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Canestrato Pugliese cheese made from raw ewes' milk is reported. Very few differences were found between two batches of cheese analysed during 150 d of ripening. Fully ripened cheese...
- Grazing cows will return to the robot at milking time.
Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly; 4/9/2004, Vol. 140 Issue 15, p36
Focuses on the effects of automatic milking systems (AMS) on grazing cows in Europe. Compatibility of the AMS and grazing system; Implications of grazing system on cows; Tendency of the cows to turn to the AMS for milking.
Ashbridge, Ian // Farmers Weekly; 10/7/2005, Vol. 143 Issue 15, p140
Presents an update on the agricultural sector in Great Britain as of October 2005. Price of sheep milk sold by dairy farmers in Cheshire, England; Prices of lambs sold by breeders Jim and Hamish Goldie at the Lleyn Sheep Society's sales; Dispersal sale of ewes at the Worcester Market.
- A Voce.
Greene, Gael // New York; 4/17/2006, Vol. 39 Issue 13, p90
The article features the A Voce, a new restaurant in New York City. Andrew Carmellini informs everything that is wonderful about the new restaurant. The restaurant changes its menu daily and inludes its unlisted last minute specials. Carmellini adds that one evening special features sheep's milk...
- Growing Pains.
Rachlis, Kit // Los Angeles Magazine; Nov2007, Vol. 52 Issue 11, p22
The article presents the author's view on Christine Maguire, the only licensed cheese maker in San Luis Obispo County, California, and one of only two licensed makers of sheep's milk cheese in the state. She says that the landscape around Maguire is classic California, straight out of a plain...
- Cheese, Please.
Smith, John Philip // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416); Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 175, p76
Presents information on sheep's milk. Comparison of sheep's milk with cow and goat's milk; Problem with sheep's milk; Description of sheep's cheese.
- A proving of Lac Ovinum (Sheep's Milk).
Smith, John Philip // American Homeopath; 2008, Vol. 14, p11
The discusses the significance of a sheep's milk. Accordingly, gestation averages about 148 days and most lambs are born in mid spring. Rambouillets are the largest and strongest of the fine-wool sheep. Artiodactyls are an important link in the chain by which the sun's energy is made available...
- The island of sheep and cheese.
Deeprose, Jenny // Dairy Industries International; Nov2009, Vol. 74 Issue 11, p32
The article focuses on the cheese industry of Sardinia, Italy. It notes that the cheese from the milk of sheep and goats in the island quantifies up to 35,000 tons for protected designation of origin (PDO) and 15,000 tons for non-PDO. It cites the Sardianian cheese include Fiore Sardo,...
- Characterization of Turcana, Tigaie and Merinos de Cluj Sheep Milk in Early and Late Lactation Period.
Lujerdean, Augusta; Bunea, Andrea; Pica, Elena Maria // Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary; 2009, Vol. 66 Issue 1/2, p26
The aim of this study is to update the values concerning nutritional components for different sheep breeds: Merinos de Cluj, Å¢urcana and Å¢igaie. The breed of sheep affected the composition of milk. It was found that protein content of Å¢urcana has values between 5.79-7.14%, Å¢igaie...
- Front face fluorescence spectroscopy: a rapid tool for determining the effect of replacing soybean meal with scotch bean in the ration on the quality of Sicilo-Sarde eweâ€™s milk during lactation period.
Hamadi Rouissi; Sami Dridi; Mounir Kammoun; Josse De Baerdemaeker // European Food Research & Technology; Mar2008, Vol. 226 Issue 5, p1021
AbstractÂ Â The present study aimed to determine the effects of substitution of a high degradable protein source, namely, soybean meal, with scotch bean, a Tunisian local product, on eweâ€™s milk quality. Twelve 5-year-old lactating Sicilo-Sarde ewes (third lambing) were kept in...
- Ingredients of Amino-Acids in Cheese KaÃ§kaval produced from Sheep Milk in Milk Industry in Kosovo.
Abdullahu, Bedri; Maxhuni, Shukri; Maxhuni, Albert // Journal of International Environmental Application & Science; Jul2011, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p452
The article presents a study which determines the ingredients of amino acid of Kosovo's KaÃ§kaval cheese, daily fresh cheeps cheese, 15 to 30 days maturing, produced from sheep milk with 3.88% of fat in fresh milk. The analyses were carried out on 45 samples for percentage of amino acids in...
- Changes in Chemical and Mineral Contents of Awassi Ewesâ€™ Milk During Lactation.
Şahan, Nuray; Kaçar, Ali; Say, Dilek // Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences; 2005, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p589
This study aimed to determine the chemical composition and mineral contents of Awassi ewes&â€™ milk during lactation. Morning milks of 150 Awassi ewes were taken once a week during 18 weeks of lactation. Mean values obtained from analyses of the ewes&â€™ milk samples were 17.54%...
- Transmission of classical scrapie via goat milk.
Konold, Timm; Simmons, Hugh A.; Webb, Paul R.; Bellerby, Peter J.; Hawkins, Steve A. C.; González, Lorenzo // Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association; 4/27/2013, Vol. 172 Issue 17, p455
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article about the transmission of ovine scrapie from dams to lambs via milk.
- Investigation of Mycoplasma agalactiae in Milk and Conjunctival Swab Samples from Sheep Flocks in West Central, Iran.
Kheirabadi, K. H. Pirali; Ebrahimi, A. // Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences; 2007, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p1346
In a study to investigate the current status of Mycoplasma agalactiae infections in sheep flocks in west central, Iran, a total of 54 and 47 conjunctival swab and milk samples were collected from normal healthy ewes of 26 herds, respectively. Using PCR method. Mycoplasma agalactiae detected in...
- Another 4-H season is upon us.
McCLAIN, JOY // Indiana Prairie Farmer; May2014, Vol. 188 Issue 5, p36
In this article, the author opines on a special-needs kid from Ukraine, Luke who helped with the garden chores, and milking goats, along with his desire of constructing something with colorful Swedish blocks, Legos to provide creativity.
- Does the aridity of Algerian Steppe affect the Ewe's raw milk quality?
Yabrir, Benalia; Hakem, Ahcène; Laoun, Abbes; Labiad, Moussa; El-Gallas, Nazek; Hamadi, Attia; Mati, Abderrahmane // Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary; 2012, Vol. 69 Issue 1/2, p282
The microbiological and physico-chemical quality of milks varies from bioclimatic stage to another. The latest has significant effect on Total Bacterial Count (TBC), Total and Fecal Coliforms (TC and CT) and reduction time (P<0.001). The effect is highly significant for TBC, faecal Streptococci...
- Milking techniques and mastitis control.
Eden, Mel // New Zealand Dairy Exporter; Jan2006, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p74
This article provides information on mastitis control and milking techniques. It focuses on two major issues concerning milking techniques. The cluster removal method of milking is discussed. Ways to minimize the level of infection in a herd are enumerated. Over-milking increases the rate of...
- Factors influencing milk quantity and quality in Assaf sheep and goat crossbreds.
Leitner, G.; Merin, U.; Glickman, A.; Weisblit, L.; Krifucks, O.; Shwimmer, A.; Saran, A. // South African Journal of Animal Science; 2004 Supplement, Vol. 34, p162
The present study aimed to analyze the major factors that influence milk yield in Assaf sheep and Saanen, and Shami x Anglo Nubian goats, the major small ruminant dairy breeds and crossbreds in Israel. Six different farms with 745 Israeli-Assaf dairy sheep and 682 goats were surveyed. Udder...
- Influence of Bypass Fats Used in Ewes' Diets on Intake and on Rumenal Metabolism.
Mierliţă, Daniel; Daraban, Stelian; Lup, Florin // Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary; 2010, Vol. 67 Issue 1/2, p468
The article presents a summary of a study on the effect of dietary supplementation of nursing ewes with saponified sunflower oil on dry matter (DM) intake, milk production and rumenal metabolism. It reveals that the said supplementation has resulted to the decrease of DM intake by 20.17% and...