Milking process, is a concept that plays a major role in the extremely lucrative dairy industry. The question that should then arises in one’s mind is, what exactly does this process entail? Now, if you do not know the answer then fear not, because we (Mmilk) are going to provide you with all the relevant facts that you need to know about this process. Here is then presenting an analysis.

a. What is Milking process, its definition:

Milking process is defined as the act of removing milk from the mammary glands of animals such as cows, buffaloes, goats, and sheeps. Furthermore, this process requires the animal to be ‘pregnant’ round about the time of extraction. In addition, this procedure can be carried out either by hands or via machine.

b. Types of hand  milking, what are they?

In terms of the milking process involving hands, there are 4 types available. They are as follows:

  1. Stripping.
  2. Fisting (knuckling).
  3. Full hand milking.
  4. Full hand milking followed by stripping.

However, from among the  4 methods mentioned above, it is the ‘Full hand milking followed by stripping’ that is highly recommended for use.

c. How to milk a cow by hand, what is the process?

As mentioned above, the milking process involving hands comprise of 4 types. Moreover, it is the ‘Full hand milking followed by stripping’ technique which is recommended, and generally used. So, here is presenting the essential steps involved in this type of ‘hand milking’.

Step 1: Wash hands.
Step 2: Wash the udder of the cow and wipe it.
Step 3: Massage the teat (nipple).
Step 4 to 9: Use full hands milking actions.
Step 10: Perform stripping.

d. How to milk a cow by machine, what is the process?

The milking process involving the use of a machine consists of a few steps. They are as follows:

  1. The cattle to be milked is first selected, and then brought together.
  2. They are then taken into the milk parlour where they undergo a proper inspection. It is also during this stage that the teats (nipples) of the cattle is checked.
  3. Milk equipment is then attached to the ‘udder’ of the cattle.
  4. The milk is then extracted and transferred through tubes via vacuum into a stainless steel bulk tank.
  5. The milk equipment is automatically removed from the teat of the cattle.
  6. The cattle is then brought back to the barn.

Having provided you with all the relevant facts, we (Mmilk) are hoping that this analysis helps you understand the fascinating milking process at a more microscopic level.

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