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1. Hygiene in the automatic milking machine. Cleaning and interim cleaning extremely important!

Foreign Title :Hygiene beim Melkroboter Reinigung und Zwischenreinigung extrem wichtig!

Author(s) : Baumgarten, W.; Klawonn, W.; Nolden, A.

Publisher : Verlag Th. Mann, Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Journal article : Milchpraxis 2009 Vol.47 No.1 pp.17-21

2. Thermo-chemical conversion analysis on dairy manure-based biomass through direct combustion.

Growing rates of manure produced from large dairies and repeated application of manure on the same parcels of land have increased concerns for the environmental quality of nearby streams and watersheds. This paper deals with energy conversion analysis using a "black box" approach of supplying...

Author(s) : Carlin, N.; Annamalai, K.; Sweeten, J.; Mukhtar, S.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : International Journal of Green Energy 2007 Vol.4 No.2 pp.133-159 ref.16

3. Milking robots: the quickest producer sells the most milk.

Foreign Title :Melkrobot: wie het snelst produceert, verkoopt het meest.

Author(s) : Heeres, J.

Journal article : Landbouwmechanisatie 1999 Vol.50 No.2 pp.28-29

4. Instruments for mechanical tests of milking machines.

This article provides information about devices that may be used to test milking machine performance that will aid the choice of convenient and appropriate test equipment and indicate the need for new and better instruments. A proposal for test terminology is presented.

Journal article : Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation 1999 No.No. 338 pp.27-37 ref.7

5. Causes and solutions for vacuum problems during milking.

Factors influencing vacuum in milking machines are briefly outlined. Changes in vacuum during milking are described, as well as methods to stabilize these changes. Solutions to vacuum losses are also discussed.

Foreign Title :Ursachen und Lösungen für Mängel bei Anlage- und Melkvakuum.

Author(s) : Worstorff, H.; Fischer, R.

Journal article : Milchpraxis 1999 Vol.37 No.2 pp.85-89

6. Automatic milking.

The operation and availability of fully-automatic milking machines is briefly examined.

Foreign Title :Automatisk mjølking.

Author(s) : Ruud, L. E.

Journal article : Buskap 1999 Vol.51 No.3 pp.26

8. Milking hygiene in dairy cattle.

Author(s) : Koya, M. (et al.)

Conference paper; Journal article : Tohoku Journal of Veterinary Clinics 1998 Vol.21 No.2 pp.77

9. State-of-the-art milking technology and trends in its development.

Foreign Title :Stand und Entwicklungstendenzen bei der Melktechnik.

Author(s) : Tröger, F.

Journal article : Molkerei-Zeitung Welt der Milch 1998 Vol.52 No.24 pp.922-925

10. Milking machine control. An important control.

The results are summarized of monitoring the use and effectiveness of milking machines at up to about 1700 establishments in Norway in 1994-97.

Foreign Title :Mjølkemaskinkontrollen. En viktig kontroll.

Author(s) : Rønningen, O.

Journal article : Buskap 1998 Vol.50 No.5 pp.42-43

11. Mechanized cleaning equipment for milking machines BOA TURE System.

The BOA TURE System is described.

Foreign Title :Automatische Melkgeschirr-Reinigung BOA TURE System.

Author(s) : Wolf, A.

Journal article : Milchpraxis 1998 Vol.36 No.4 pp.200-201

12. Automation of milking in stanchion barns.

Author(s) : Hirata, A.

Journal article : Journal of the Japanese Society of Agricultural Machinery 1998 Vol.60 No.6 pp.152-154 ref.6

18. Rotary-conveyor system for milking cows on farms in Germany.

A review is made of the various rotary and radial types of commercial milking-parlour systems used in Germany, e.g. Rototandem, Rotolactor, etc.

Author(s) : Palkin, G. G.

Journal article : Traktory i Sel'skokhozyaĭstvennye Mashiny 1998 No.No. 3 pp.30-32

21. The vacuum pump: you don't want it to lack power.

The principle of vacuum pumps is briefly outlined, as well as the importance of air flow. Three types of vacuum pumps are described, including those lubricated with oil, water, and pumps with lobes but without oil. Choosing the correct vacuum pump is discussed.

Foreign Title :La pompe à vide: il ne faut pas qu'elle manque de souffle.

Author(s) : Lévesque, P.

Journal article : Producteur de Lait Québécois 1998 Vol.19 No.3 pp.46-47

22. Milking equipment - what is important?

Foreign Title :Melkzeuge - worauf ist zu achten?

Author(s) : Pichler, O.; Fuhrt, E.

Journal article : Landtechnik 1998 Vol.53 No.1 pp.46

23. The systems approach to recommending & installing variable speed vacuum control for dairy milking systems.

Author(s) : Bova, F.

Publisher : American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE), St Joseph, USA

Conference paper : ASAE Annual International Meeting, Orlando, Florida, USA, 12-16 July, 1998. 1998 pp.40 pp.

24. Morphological evaluation of cow udders for robotized milking needs.

Cows are not all suited to the features of robot milking systems. The major obstacle to automatic attachment of teatcups is the distance between the rear teats. Distances between teats were measured before and after milking in 300 Holstein cows to evaluate the percentage of cows that had problems...

Foreign Title :Valutazione della morfologia della mammella bovina ai fini della mungitura robotizzata.

Author(s) : Cattaneo, M.

Journal article : Rivista di Ingegneria Agraria 1999 Vol.30 No.1 pp.46-51 ref.5

25. An attempt to design a robotic milking machine.

The historical development of milking machines and their pros and cons are summarized and the principles of a future fully computerised apparatus are discussed. These include various inputs, e.g. characteristics of individual animals, their nutritional and hormonal status and feed requirements,...

Foreign Title :Wstępne założenia dojarki cybernetycznej.

Author(s) : Kupczyk, A.

Journal article : Problemy Inzynierii Rolniczej 1999 Vol.7 No.2(24) pp.61-68 ref.19