Milkoscan: Milk and dairy FOSS has been partner for dairies and milk testing laboratories around the world for more than 30 years. Our common goal has been to optimise the dairy business by focusing on control and qual-ity assurance at all stages along the "Milky Way". Read about FOSS instruments for analyzing Milk and dairy. We offer a complete range of dedicated solutions, which determine the hygienic and chemical quality of raw milk and dairy products all along the value chain - solutions which apply from dairy herd improvement over payment for raw milk into standardisation and check of mass balances in the dairy, and finally verification of end-product quality. Information from each individual cow about yield, milk composition and animal health status are essential for feeding optimisation, selective breeding and timely medical treatment. Given the right farm management information productivity in a herd may be increased tremendously. Profitability of dairy production and end product quality is closely related to the hygienic and chemical properties of the incoming raw materials. Implementation of milk payment schemes, which favours farmers who supply milk with the desired properties, is a very effective tool for grad-ual improvement of the raw milk quality. Trade of milk and payment of farmers demand accurate and reliable results from approved analys-ers. Milk payment analysis are often performed in centralised milk testing labs - in some cases the same lab, which also perform the analysis of samples from single cows for Dairy Herd Improve-ment and herd recording purposes. FOSS therefore offer the same high-speed analysers opti-mised for mass analysis as mentioned under Dairy Herd Improvement & Farm Management. At the dairy the frequency of analyses made and accuracy of the methods used determine how close a production may be driven to target, hence profitability. Plat-form, at-line and lab analysis FOSS offers a number of user-friendly, rapid analysers which can be applied on the plat-form, at-line in production or in the lab for analysis of composition in raw materials, intermediate as well as finished products: MilkoScan™ 50 and MilkoScan™ Minor for milk and cream applications, MilkoScan™ FT 120 for determination of the main constituents as well as specific sugars, lactic acid, urea, free fatty acids etc. in more complex liquids like flavoured and fermented products, FoodScan™ Dairy Analyser for cheese and butter and InfraXact™ Analyzer for powders and con-centrates.  
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Milkoscan: Milk and dairy
FOSS has been partner for dairies and milk testing laboratories around the world for more than 30 years. Our common goal has been to optimise the dairy business by focusing on control and qual-ity assurance at all stages along the "Milky Way".

Read about FOSS instruments for analyzing Milk and dairy.

We offer a complete range of dedicated solutions, which determine the hygienic and chemical quality of raw milk and dairy products all along the value chain - solutions which apply from dairy herd improvement over payment for raw milk into standardisation and check of mass balances in the dairy, and finally verification of end-product quality.

Information from each individual cow about yield, milk composition and animal health status are essential for feeding optimisation, selective breeding and timely medical treatment. Given the right farm management information productivity in a herd may be increased tremendously.

Profitability of dairy production and end product quality is closely related to the hygienic and chemical properties of the incoming raw materials. Implementation of milk payment schemes, which favours farmers who supply milk with the desired properties, is a very effective tool for grad-ual improvement of the raw milk quality.

Trade of milk and payment of farmers demand accurate and reliable results from approved analys-ers. Milk payment analysis are often performed in centralised milk testing labs - in some cases the same lab, which also perform the analysis of samples from single cows for Dairy Herd Improve-ment and herd recording purposes. FOSS therefore offer the same high-speed analysers opti-mised for mass analysis as mentioned under Dairy Herd Improvement & Farm Management.

At the dairy the frequency of analyses made and accuracy of the methods used determine how close a production may be driven to target, hence profitability.

Plat-form, at-line and lab analysis
FOSS offers a number of user-friendly, rapid analysers which can be applied on the plat-form, at-line in production or in the lab for analysis of composition in raw materials, intermediate as well as finished products: MilkoScan? 50 and MilkoScan? Minor for milk and cream applications, MilkoScan? FT 120 for determination of the main constituents as well as specific sugars, lactic acid, urea, free fatty acids etc. in more complex liquids like flavoured and fermented products, FoodScan? Dairy Analyser for cheese and butter and InfraXact? Analyzer for powders and con-centrates.



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