The flowchart illustrates the process of milk production, from the stage of cows grazing to the stage of delivering to customers.
The first step of the process involves cows which are sent to grass fields. After the stage of grazing, cows will produce milk twice a day thanks to the use of a special milking machine.
Raw milk from cows is then stored in refrigeration facilities to ensure that its best quality is maintained. A milk tanker is then used to deliver stored milk to Dairy on a daily basis.
The Dairy is where industrial and manufacturing techniques are required to create finished milk. After this step, finished milk will be delivered in two ways. It can be processed one more time to produce cheese, cream and butter.
Otherwise, processed milk from the Dairy will be automatically pasteurised and packaged in an assembly line. This stage is followed by the delivery of packaged milk to supermarkets and shops where customers normally purchase their milk.
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