Au sujet de l’assainissement des laits dits de retour de laiterie destinés à l’alimentation des animaux Jurisprudence établie Incidences sanitaires et connexes Situation actuelle

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/65308  |   DOI : https://doi.org/10.4267/2042/65308
Title: Au sujet de l’assainissement des laits dits de retour de laiterie destinés à l’alimentation des animaux Jurisprudence établie Incidences sanitaires et connexes Situation actuelle
Author: Fleckinger, R.
Abstract: Nouvelles et InformationsIn order to achieve the eradication of bovine tuberculosis in a large country, mainly devoted to dairy industries, dairies have ben compelled to improve the sanitary conditions by heat treatment of «back to farm milks» (skim milk, butter milk and whey) returned to owners in order to feed animals. This country official initiative of December 13th 1955, after appeal to state council, became a jurisprudence (December 13th 1957) and had been recommanded to the Prefects (Veterinary Services Directions) for a study, considering a further application. Twenty fixe years later, the author investigates the sanitary and cor related consequences of the decision, the efficiency of the technological process used, and analyses the actual situation versus the previous one. He is led to etablish that, at least in the great productive countries, under the double obligation: sanitary and rejection penalities, dairies have closen to make use of the byproducts, especially whey, wich has become a true byproduct. Its valorization can be non realised safely by several tech nologies which are a real credit to research and dairy industries. Setting up the technological progress with processess adapted to mountainous countries should stop the rejections and the direct use of blended milks without sanitary security, whenever this is still in Practise in Such countries.
Subject: sous-produits de laiterie; lait écrémé; babeurre; lactosérum; jus lactosé; réglementation; jurisprudence; assainissement; traitement des lactosérums; incidences; dairy byproducts; skim milk; butter milk; whey; lactose permeate; regulation; jurisprudence; heat treatment; whey technology; incidencies
Publisher: Académie vétérinaire de France, Paris (FRA)
Date: 1983

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