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Milk quality report

Required: fodjan Pro Dairy Cow or Consultant

  • To see the milk quality data in the evaluations in fodjan Pro, you must first set up the milk quality interface.
  • How you can then import your milk quality data into fodjan is explained in this help article (see below).
  • The results of the milk quality tests are used e.g. in the feed controlling for the evaluations nitrogen efficiency and methane emission.
Import milk quality

Note: To import your milk quality test we need it as DMK standard in the format ***.ads or ***.csv.

How you send your milk quality file:

  • your test center can send it directly to (please arrange this personally with test center) or send the file yourself by e-mail to this address.
  • or simply import the file into fodjan Pro yourself:

Go to Reports > Milk quality in the left-hand menu. Click on the button “Import milk quality data” in the upper right corner and follow the instructions.

Milk quality – View results

The results of your milk quality test are displayed in the form of a table under Reports > Milk quality.

From the FFA (Free Fatty Acids) column onwards, the content of certain fatty acids is displayed.

By clicking on the corresponding value in the table header (calendar symbol, milk, protein, fat, lactose etc.) you can sort the results of your milk quality tests according to this value.

You will be shown 20 milk quality tests per page. If you have already imported more into fodjan, scroll down the page and select the desired page at the bottom right.

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See also

Using the milk report interface
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Overview: Reports in fodjan
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Milk report import doesn't work
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Jagged graph in feed controlling – what to do?
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Feeding accuracy and consumption
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