Research of factors affecting high sanitary and hyianic quality milk production (risk assessment for milk production)


  • M. O. Karavansky Odessa State Agrarian University Odessa, Ukraine
  • V. O. Rud Odessa State Agrarian University Odessa, Ukraine
  • L. O. Tarasenko Odessa State Agrarian University Odessa, Ukraine http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5782-5079
Keywords: safety, milking, milk, quality

Abstract

Dairy cattle breeding in Ukraine is set the task that require a radical restructuring of the industry, bringing it out of a difficult crisis situation in order to increase the production of valuable food for the population and raw materials for industry The dairy industry is a very important part of all agricultural production. The socio-economic development of the state as a whole depends on the current situation in milk production. Quality milk must meet the requirements not only for physicochemical parameters (acidity, density, mass fraction of dry matter, protein, fat), but above all be safe, ie meet the current requirements for levels of contamination with microorganisms, the number of somatic cells, maximum permissible levels toxic elements, mycotoxins, residual amounts of antimicrobials, drugs and other substances. The quality and safety of cow's milk as a raw material is a global and unresolved issue for our country. The quality of milk cannot be improved in the process of its processing, so the milk quality management system at the enterprise should be focused on high-tech processes of its production, primary processing with the use of preventive measures. At present, the issue of high-quality milk production in Ukraine is urgent. Despite the trend, the population's demand for quality dairy products is increasing every year, so the issue of increasing the productivity of the dairy herd and milk quality through the use of modern high-tech conditions of keeping and milking. Therefore, the identification of factors influencing the process of milk production in farms is aimed at solving quality and safety problems and provides information on how to better and more effectively control hazards in the overall process.

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2021-04-05
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Karavansky, M., Rud, V., & Tarasenko, L. (2021). Research of factors affecting high sanitary and hyianic quality milk production (risk assessment for milk production). Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Veterinary Sciences, 23(101), 82-85. https://doi.org/10.32718/nvlvet10114