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The technology behind the dairy business
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You will agree with me. Getting the best ice cream making machine for your kitchen can be a piece of work. As you can see from this post, you can make ice cream using equipment and materials you already have in the house. That is quite easy, until you…
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Hardware disease in cattle, also known as bovine traumatic reticuloperotonitis, is one of the most overlooked phenomena by cattle farmers. Farmers are quick to deal with bacterial, viral, or fungal diseases but often ignore hardware disease, which is just…
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Zoonotic diseases pose a greater health risk to humans. Viral zoonoses increase the risk since they spread fast and are hard to contain. On the other hand, other zoonoses like those of parasitic origin may not show any clinical symptom in their immediate…
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Zoonotic diseases are infectious diseases that are naturally transmitted between humans and animals. They can be transmitted by bacteria, fungi, viruses, or parasites. Bacteria are chiefly responsible for propagating bacterial zoonoses. Some of them can…
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Food borne intoxications are diseases/infections caused by ingestion of toxic materials found in animals and plants. They are metabolic products of microorganisms that they produce as they multiply. Intoxication could also arise from consumption of…
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Mycotoxins are poisonous fungal metabolites of which, afflatoxins are the chief. They are produced when someone ingests fungal-infested food and can be very toxic, even lethal. Afflatoxins are the biggest threat of all forms of fungal intoxication on…
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If there is one thing a dairy farmer is concerned with, it is animal health. Healthy cows produce optimally and justify the hefty investment associated with dairy farming. Diagnosing animal diseases becomes a key component of farm management. In this…
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According to World Health Organization, food borne diseases are diseases that enter the host through food; especially those that affect man and cause poisoning in animals. They are of two types, namely: Food infections and Intoxications Food infections…
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In the early days, it was not possible to determine the quantity of butterfat in milk. Unscrupulous farmers watered down their milk and scooped off cream to lead to increased volumes. They ended up with more money while the honest farmers earned less…
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Total Quality Management (TQM) is the philosophy of involving all the stakeholders in n organization in a continued effort to improve the quality and to achieve customer satisfaction. [bctt tweet=”#Quality is a journey, not a destination.…
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