In line with the agency contract the Milchprüfring tests DHI samples for the LKV for the parameters
The results are also used for the estimation of breeding values and for feeding advice.
This test allows determination of pregnancy of cows, goats and sheep by means of analyzing the milk. For cows and goats the determination is already possible from the 28th day after insemination. Farmers can order sets of 10 tests at mpr.
The mpr makes the current quality results available to the dairy farmers and dairies. The results are updated promptly and can be retrieved via an Internet data base, an automated directory assistance system, App, email, or via fax and upon registration directly via text message, respectively.
The dairies have the possibility to retrieve the values of their milk suppliers via an own “dairy access tool”.
By request of the self-marketers the Milchprüfring takes samples on site, analyzes them and reports the results.
By request of the dairies the Milchprüfring provides empties for internal samples, tests the samples of the dairy farmers and dairies for the stated parameters and reports the results.
A collective sample is taken of every delivery tour of a milk collecting truck and is tested for the presence of inhibitors in the dairy. In case of a positive result all single samples of the suppliers of this tour are tested for inhibitors in the laboratory of the Milchprüfring.
It is possible for dairies to ask mpr to examine even more samples than required according to the raw milk quality and Payment Regulation (RohmilchGütV).
The Milchprüfring provides milk samples for the testing for Leucosis and Brucellosis and forwards these to the Animal Health Service and the Regional Office of the Bavarian Agency for Health and Foodstuffs Safety (LGL – former Health Examination Departments North and South).
Our clients can make use of our logistics services in different fields. One sector is for example the transport of ear punch samples which are collected and examined. The data are recorded and transferred to the Animal Health Service every day in order to prevent animal diseases.