MILKING Dairy farmers, with varying levels of skill, knowledge and resources, maximise returns from milk production by influencing lactation through selective breeding and control of reproduction, nutrition, disease and general management. One is that excessive amounts of residual milk are retained in the udder because of inadequate milk ejection stimuli or the inhibitory effects of adrenalin secreted by cows becoming frightened and upset during milking, or even by slow milk removal. Milking frequency As a general rule, herd lactation yields will rise as the frequency of milking is increased. Some questions you may want to answer: What does it mean for milk to spoil?
Make changes gently and carefully. Therefore delayed milking will reduce the amount of milk removed. From your observations and research, write a short paper on this natural process.