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Milk quality in the hands of Polish veterinarians

Members of the Polish Mastitis Association.

The year 2000 was not merely the turn of the century for Polish dairy cattle farmers; it was, above all, the time when the change in regulations for supplying and processing milk came into force. At that time it was customary to see churns of milk for sale displayed in front of farms in Polish villages. This system worked in times past, as then, milk was sold locally and as a rule was processed and consumed on the very same day. When Poland applied to be a member country of the European Union in 1994, it meant it had to adapt to the European law and its markets.

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