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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Authors

G R. Olney

Keywords

Milking machines, Pulsators

First Page Number

321

Last Page Number

324

Abstract

THE value of applying the teat cup squeezing action more slowly, by "choking", has been well demonstrated for a number of years.

Leslie and Whittlestone (1938) suggested that brutal teat cups and snappy pulsators could be undesirable because of the trauma caused.

Choking was recommended by them to overcome this.

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