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MILKING MODES AND MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF COW MILK IN THE AGGLOMERATION OF THE MULUME MUNENE FARMS : CASE STUDY AT MUKUBAGANYI FARMS


[ MODES DE TRAITE ET QUALITE MICROBIOLOGIQUE DU LAIT DE LA VACHE DANS L’AGGLOMERATION DES FERMES MULUME MUNENE : CAS PARTICULIER DES FERMES MUKUBAGANYI ]

Volume 38, Issue 1, August 2018, Pages 79–90

 MILKING MODES AND MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF COW MILK IN THE AGGLOMERATION OF THE MULUME MUNENE FARMS : CASE STUDY AT MUKUBAGANYI FARMS

LWABOSHI CHIBIKWA Beauté, NTAZONGWA BUZERA Balzac, BACISHOGA Zozo Séraphin, ZIGASHANE KULIMUSHI Justin, BARHAFUMWA BADESIRE Jacques, Lutwamuzire Chibikwa Désy, and Ntwali Victor MITUGA

Original language: French

Received 10 June 2018

Copyright © 2018 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


Milking as practiced in farms without devices ensuring hygienic measures in the highlands of Mulume-Munene in South Kivu drew our attention to study the hygienic quality of milk according to milking mode. Hand milking in most cases in an open kraal or barn is prone to many risks of microbial contamination. The results show that despite the existence of total coliforms, faecal coliforms, staphylococci and streptococci below the average threshold in gross value, especially less than 1x106 and 1x102 / CFU, there is no tuberculosis bacillus. Note that this milk is directly consumed fresh or marketed after processing into curd, That is "Mashanza".

Author Keywords: Cow's milk, hygiene, contamination, milking, Mulume-Munene, cottage cheese.


Abstract: (french)


La traite telle que pratiquée dans les fermes sans dispositifs garantissant des mesures hygiéniques dans les hauts-plateaux de Mulume-Munene au Sud-Kivu a retenu notre attention d’étudier la qualité hygiénique du lait selon le mode de traite. La traite à la main et dans la plupart dans un kraal ouvert ou dans une étable prédispose à beaucoup de risques de contamination par des microbes. Les résultats montrent que malgré l’existence des coliformes totaux, des coliformes fécaux, des staphylocoques et des streptocoques en deçà du seuil moyen en valeur brute, notamment inférieur à 1x 106 et 1x102 /UFC, il n ya pas de bacille de la tuberculose. Signalons que ce lait est directement consommé frais ou commercialisé après transformation en fromage blanc connu sous le nom de « Mashanza ».

Author Keywords: Lait de vache, hygiène, contamination, traite, Mulume-Munene.


How to Cite this Article


LWABOSHI CHIBIKWA Beauté, NTAZONGWA BUZERA Balzac, BACISHOGA Zozo Séraphin, ZIGASHANE KULIMUSHI Justin, BARHAFUMWA BADESIRE Jacques, Lutwamuzire Chibikwa Désy, and Ntwali Victor MITUGA, “MILKING MODES AND MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF COW MILK IN THE AGGLOMERATION OF THE MULUME MUNENE FARMS : CASE STUDY AT MUKUBAGANYI FARMS,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 79–90, August 2018.