Les conduites de traite simplifiées en élevage laitier : vers la levée de l'astreinte biquotidienne

Abstract : For a few years, French dairy farmers have wanted to better manage their workload, specially regarding milking, which takes about half of their working time. To do this, INRA has tested and developed innovative milking tools and methods. In cattle, studies on robotic milking having shown that animals adapt easily to such systems, but lipolysis and butyric spore counts of milk are increased. However, the high cost of milking robots and the fact that they are difficult to use when cattle are at pasture appear as barriers for French farmers. By contrast, once-daily milking is cheap, can be implemented quickly, and is easily reversible to conventional (i.e. twice-daily) milking. Once daily milking results in a reduction in milk yield (from -15 to - 46% according to species and context) and an increase in protein and lipid content of milk. It shall be limited to a few weeks
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Productions Animales, 2008, 21 (1), pp.59-70
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D. Pomiès, Pierre-Guy Marnet, S. Cournut, F. Barillet, Jocelyne Guinard-Flament, et al.. Les conduites de traite simplifiées en élevage laitier : vers la levée de l'astreinte biquotidienne. Productions Animales, 2008, 21 (1), pp.59-70. 〈hal-00729931〉

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