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Guide to Good Dairy Industry Practices

Worldwide, the average farm has around 1 to 2 cows. It is also a fact that despite the size of the industry, industry leaders are looking for ways to meet the current demand. And it is worth mentioning that consumers today look not only for milk but also for other...

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How to Choose Cheese Vats

When it comes to the dairy industry, it is crucial to find the right cheese vat for your cheese making process. For starters, this dairy equipment is designed for maximised output as well as usability. It means that different scenarios will require different cheese...

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Small cheese factory must-haves equipment

Small cheese factory start-up equipment! First things first, before you will get into the exciting stage of equipment orders, you have to ask yourself following questions: What products will you make? Will you make soft cheese, hard cheese, yoghurt or perhaps a...

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PH meter for cheese making -review

PH meter for cheese If you are serious about cheese making you will quickly realise PH (and TA – covered in a separate article) of your dairy products is essential  to be successful. So, what does PH meter do? The pH meter measures the difference in electrical...

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CoolBot walk in coolrooms controller

CoolBot walk in coolrooms controller   We are very pleased to announce that we  are the distributor for CoolBoot for Australia and New Zealand. From now on the complete product range of Coolboot is in Cheese Kettele distribution. CoolBot   Allows a standard...

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Cheese making worksheet – make sheet for any cheesemaker

Cheese making worksheet or how other call it make sheet is a step-by-step process of recording your cheesemaking venture. It’s not needed for cheesemaking as such, however is often an excellent tool. A make sheet is quite a direction, it’s a worksheet you utilize to...

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How to make cultured butter

Cultured butter what it is and what is the difference between cultured and ‘standard’ butter? first things first – little bit of a history 19 century butter churner used to make cultured butter Butter is created of animal fat, water, and a few milk proteins. business...

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What you need to know about stainless steeel

What you need to know (Probably more then you ever wanted to know!)The following is a discussion of the various types of stainless steel. For other terms and their definitions you will encounter when dealing with stainless steel click here.18-8: 300 series stainless...

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