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From Cow To Carten
Transcript of From Cow To Carten
After the milk has been drained out of the cow it then travels through milking lines to pipes made of stainless steel. The pipes lead to refrigerated storage tanks (vats) which keep the milk cool and fresh. The tanks are normally down to 4 degrees celsius.
Before the milk is transfered from the vats to the tankers, drivers first test the milk for freshness and quality. The trucks have large stainless steel refrigerated tanks which keep the milk clean and cold during the process of transportation.
Testing and storage
Tanker drivers then drive the milk to the nearest milk processing plant. Then the clean milk is tested again to make sure the milk is fresh and in good quality and also for how much protein the milk contains. Then the milk is pumped into large insulated vats for processing.
The milk is gently heated to 63 degrees celsius and then cooled again to make sure the milk is clean and germ free.
This process is called pasteurisation and the process is done with a pasteurisation machine which makes the milk fresh and clean so it is good to drink.
By Charli Ryan
From Cow To Carton
Milk is created inside the udders of a dairy cow on the farm.
A machine is then attached to the cow when it is ready to be milked. The machine then gently drains the milk from the cow.