Milk and derived products quality and safety,
Locally grown and processed food products,
Milk pathogens on dairy farms: a challenge for developing countries,
Sustainability in dairy farming,
Veterinary drugs and residues,
Contamination of dairy cattle feed,
Mastitis and antibiotics use,
Biodiversity in dairy farming: case studies.
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Drawing on an international range of expertise, Achieving Sustainable Production of Milk: Volume 2, Safety, Quality and Sustainability, reviews research addressing safety quality and sustainability. Part 1 reviews pathogens affecting milk, their detection and control. The second part of the book discusses the environmental impact of dairy farming and ways it can be better managed, from improved nutrition to ways of protecting biodiversity. The book also reviews ways of supporting smallholders improve dairy farming in the developing world. This book will be a standard reference for animal and dairy scientists in universities, government and other research centres and companies involved in milk production. 433 p.
Series: Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science, N° 9