Unit requirements for producing milk in western Washington.

by Jesse Burdette Bain

Publisher: [Govt. print. off.] in Washington

Written in English
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  • Dairying -- Washington (State) [from old catalog],
  • Milk. [from old catalog],
  • Dairying -- Accounting. [from old catalog]

Edition Notes

StatementBy J.B. Bain ... and G.E. Braun ...
SeriesU.S. Dept. of agriculture. Bulletin -- no. 919 [from old catalog]
ContributionsBraun, G. Edward, 1892- [from old catalog] joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSF239 .B33
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23650735M
LC Control Numberagr20002039

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Unit requirements for producing milk in western Washington. By J.B. Bain and G.E. Braun Author: Jesse Burdette Bain and G. Edward Braun. Washington ranks 10th in total milk production among the 50 United States (). Total milk production exceeded 6, pounds or overgallons (), an increase of % from production levels.

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Some cows can produce up to litres of milk or more per calf. Grade ri Milk Farm Production Requirements By Ervin Kurtz, Extension Dairyman, assisted by Louis Lubinus, Extension Agricultural Engineer, Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State University Milking Barn, Stable, or Parlor 8.

Dry feed storage rooms and silo permitted to accumulate therein in. In Washington State, from throughthere have been seven outbreaks linked to raw milk or raw milk cheese products.

These outbreaks were caused by shiga toxin-producing E. coli (6) and Campylobacter (1), and resulted in 53 illnesses. Natural Resources Building P.O. Box Washington ST SE Olympia, WA Washington State’s dairy inspection program operates under the requirements of the relevant Washington State regulations and Public Health Service/Food and Drug Administration Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO).

Compliance with the PMO is essential for Washington’s farm bulk tank units (BTUs). The standards applied in Washington State follow. The key features of milk production examined in this report are the quantity of milk pro- duced, and the location, number, size, and business organization of dairy farms.

Total U.S. milk production in was about billion pounds, about 45 percent more than in fodder unit (fu) requirements per litre of milk in accordance with annual milk production This statement should really be qualified by the following comments: Costs differ substantially according to whether the diet consists of fodder grown on the farm, fodder.

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Land requirements (§) Farmers may either transition an existing non-organic herd to organic production or purchase an organic herd. The transition is a one-year process, during which the producer must manage the herd following the organic production of milk or milk.

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Contributor: Braun, G. Edward - Bain, Jesse Burdette Date: "Milk and milk products from outside the State of Washington may not be sold in the State of Washington unless produced and/or pasteurized under provisions equivalent to the requirements of this act;Provided, that the Director of Agriculture shall satisfy himself that the authority having jurisdiction over the production and processing is.

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