Reliability of observational- and machine-based teat hygiene scoring methodologies 0.99). Our findings suggest that machine-based rating systems of worker performance are much more reliable than observational-based methods when evaluating premilking teat cleanliness. Teat swab image analysis technology can be further developed for training and quality control purposes to enable more efficient, reliable, and independent feedback on worker milking performance. As automated technologies are becoming more popular on dairy farms, machine-based teat cleanliness scoring could also be incorporated into automated milking systems.'>
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Reliability of observational- and machine-based teat hygiene scoring methodologies
  • Published Date:

    June 06 2019

  • Source:
    J Dairy Sci. 102(8):7494-7502
  • Language:
    English
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