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Dairy production covers a range of products from milk, butter, and cheese through to more luxurious products such as ice cream.

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Butter and Ghee

Butter and ghee are high demand products that are relatively easily to produce at a small scale. This fact sheet looks at the different ways of making them and what you need to do it.

Peter Fellows, Published on 2008

Casein

Casein is a protein derivative of skimmed (non-fat) milk used in thermoplastic materials, glues and also foodstuffs.

Tony Swetman, Published on 2008

Cheese Making

There are hundreds of different types of cheese; all are made via that coagulation of milk proteins to form curds, then separating the curds from the liquid whey.

Peter Fellows, Published on 2008

Cheese Making in Ayacucho, Peru

Gabriel Reaño met with Danny Bautista Cisneros, who reported on improvements made in cheese production in Ayacucho.

Gabriel Reaño, Published on 2011

Dairy Confectionery

Sweet treats made from dairy products! This fact sheet describes the production of two products in detail: rasogalla (or rasogolla) and gulab jamun; and summarises other dairy confectionery products.

Peter Fellows, Published on 2008

Dairy Processing

Dairy products can be split into groups accodring to their preservation status - milk is at high risk of turning sour after only a few days if untreated. However, preservation techniques extend its...

Peter Fellows, Published on 2008

Environmental Handbook : Dairies

Document on Monitoring and Evaluating Environmental Impacts of Dairies

Dr Udo Theilen, Hubertus Goldbach, Published by German Federation Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) on 1999

Flavoured Milk

Flavoured milk is a ready-to-drink product, produced from skimmed milk, sugar and natural flavours (such as banana, pineapple, orange or chocolate).

Published on 2006

Ice Cream Production

Here is what you need to know about ice-cream production. However, there has been little tradition of ice cream production in the Global South, due to the requirement of refrigerating equipment and...

Peter Fellows, Published on 2008

Incubateur a Yaourt

Cet incubateur de yaourt à bas prix permet d'améliorer le yaourt standard. Il est facile d'utilisation et d'entretien.

Howtopedia, Published by Practical Action on 2003

Pasteurised Milk

Pasteurising milk increases its shelf life by destroying pathogenic bacteria, thereby inactivating certain enzymes.

Published on 2011

Ricotta Cheese Making

Ricotta cheese is a smooth, creamy and healthy cheese formed from buttermilk.

Giannina Solari, Published on 2008

Soured Milk and Yoghurt

Soured milk is produced by uncontrolled milk fermentation using naturally-occurring bacteria. Yoghurt is produced by controlled milk fermentation of milk by lactic acid bacteria.

Peter Fellows, Published on 2008

Yoghurt Incubator

This low cost yoghurt incubator helps improve the quality of yoghurt. It is easy to operate and maintain.

Practical Action, Published by Practical Action on 2003

দুগ্ধজাত পণ্য উৎপাদন

বাংলাদেশে দুগ্ধ প্রক্রিয়াকরণ সম্পর্কে একটি ভিডিও

Practical Action, Published on 2008

අයිස්ක්‍රීම් නිෂ්පාදනය

This technical brief describes the technologies and process of production of ice cream at domestic level.

Practical Action Sri Lanka, Published on 2015

යෝගට් නිෂ්පාදනය

This technical brief describes the technologies and process of production of yoghurt.

Practical Action Sri Lanka, Published on 2014

 

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