When I was invited by InTech Open Access Publisher, to author/edit the books on Milk
Production, I immediately realized both the importance of such books that are concerned
with milk production. The difficulty of assembling such books rests on the fact that
lactation is a complex process and the vast amount of research, fundamental and applied
has been carried out. Milk production is not concerned only with the cow. The sense of
milk production is concerned worldwide with the milk of cows, sheep, goats and
Vinamilk is the name refered to the VietNam Dairy Products JointCompany.A company manufacturing and trading of milk and other dairy products as well as equipment and machinery involvedin Vietnam. A production company, trading milk and dairy products as well as related
equipment in Vietnam.
Another service is the grading of products by recognized standards of quality. Grading helps
farmers get fair prices for their products. It also permits commercial buyers to make purchases of
such products as milk, butter, eggs, and meat on a basis of quality and price.
Wholesaling and retailing, two essential services, are performed on the widest scale possible.
They reach every community.
Theoretical training starts with an explanation of the digestive system of ruminants
and how ruminant animals are different from non-ruminants. Diagrammes of the diges-
tive system of ruminants in power-point slides as well as video clips on the digestion and
absorption of different nutrients is also shown during the training. The session on animal
feeding includes name, identification, class of feed, major sources of nutrients, i.e. energy
and protein, dry matter content, palatability, digestibility, intake etc.
Women leak, inevitably and often bountifully. Menstrual blood, birth fluids, breast milk
and sometimes tears lead us to be seen as leakier than men at a physical level. Women are
often seen to work through a network of relationships, a web, rather than the hierarchy of
male decision-making (Gilligan 1982). Within such a web of relationships, emotions,
knowledge and other personal attributes flow, often freely, sometimes unconsciously.
Dirt is defined by Mary Douglas as ‘matter out of place’ (Douglas 1966).