fbpx Research | Page 6 | Dairy Tech Inc.

My Cart

There are no products in your shopping cart.

0 Items $0.00

Research

Results from using the DairyTech line of products speak for themselves, but as more research on the subject becomes available we post it here.

On-Farm Batch Pasteurization Destroys Mycobacterium paratuberculosis in Waste Milk

Extract: 

“These results suggest that batch pasteurization of waste milk contaminated with M. paratuberculosis was effective at generating a clean product to feed to young calves.”

Source: 

J. R. Stabel
USDA-ARS,
National Animal Disease Center,
2300 Dayton Rd.,
Ames, IA 5001

J. Dairy Sci. 84:524–527 ©American Dairy Science Association, 2001.

Pasteurized Milk and Colostrum for Calves: An Option or Necessity?

Extract: 

 

“Studies have shown that pasteurization, both batch and HTST, is effective in destroying viable bacteria for most of the pathogenic species threatening calves. Two studies to-date have used commercial on-farm pasteurization units; one a batch unit, the other HTST–both demonstrated that the pasteurization unit effectively destroyed the Johne’s organism.”

Source: 

Sandra Godden* and Hugh Chester-Jones¦
*Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, and
¦Department of Animal Science, University of Minnesota, St. Paul 55108

Pages

UNIVERSITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS CURRENTLY USING DAIRY TECH INC.

Company Name: 
Iowa State University
University of Wisconsin
University of Connecticut
Agricultural Research Station – Puerto Rico
New Sweden Dairy – Minnesota State Teaching Facility
University of Alberta
Kansas State University
Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo
Clemson University
North Carolina Dept. of Ag & CS Cherry Farm Unit
North Carolina Dept. of Ag & CS Piedmont Research Station
Land O Lakes Research Facility
University of Idaho
Ohio State University
North Carolina State University
University of Florida – Dairy Unit
University of California – Davis
Cornell University
University of Minnesota
University of Pennsylvania
University of New Hampshire
Ohio Department of Corrections
Central States Research Center
Alfred State College
California State University - Chico
Berry College
Perdue University