Laboratory testing on a dairy.
This guideline gives detailed information on the proper procedures for sampling milk on the farm, from the tank truck, and in the milk plant. It also briefly gives the steps for proper bulk milk collection at the farm. Also see DPC Guideline # 50.
The purpose of this guideline is to provide the dairy processor and other interested parties with recommendations for optimizing pasteurized product shelf-life.
This guideline presents the merits of the sediment test, standards, details on performing the test, instructions on how to produce clean milk, and concludes with a brief statement about filtering milk.
This guideline describes proper production and sampling techniques, on the farm, in the tank truck and at the plant, to prevent the addition of water to milk as well as correct laboratory testing procedures to aid in its accurate detection.
This guideline provides information on the common tests used for evaluating the quality of raw milk.
This guideline is designed to give some general information about the control of antibacterial drugs and growth inhibitors in milk and milk products.
This guideline is designed to help laboratory, field personnel, and producers determine the cause and methods of correction of high bacteria counts in raw milk.
This guideline discusses many of the reasons for component (fat, protein, other solids) test variations in raw milk.
This Guideline provides the most commonly used chemical tests for the determination of butterfat in various dairy products.
This Guideline is a merger of DPC Guidelines #23, Preventing Rancid Flavors in Milk and #38, Preventing Off-Flavors in Milk.
This guideline presents recommendations for minimizing the contamination of dairy products with pathogenic bacteria.
This guideline deals with milk quality standards as applied to goat milk and is considered an introductory guideline to goat milk production.