A Milk Gathering Plant Manager, also known as a Processing Plant Superintendent, manages a milk-gathering-station, factory or plant.
A Milk Laboratory Technician takes samples of milk and/or cream; determines weight or volume of milk and/or cream; makes bacterial counts of milk and/ or cream.
A Milk Receiver samples milk and determines the weight or volume of a producer's milk.
A Milk Tester tests milk and/or cream to determine milk fat content.
A Certified Milk Inspector is a private industry worker who is licensed to conduct dairy farm inspections.
An applicant must file an application for licensure with the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets in order to become licensed as a Milk Gathering Plant Manager, Milk Laboratory Technician, Milk Receiver, Milk Tester, or Certified Milk Inspector.
New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets
Division of Milk Control and Dairy Services
10B Airline Drive
Albany, New York 12235
Phone: (518) 457-1772
Fax: (518) 485-8730
45-2011 - Agricultural Inspectors
45-2041 - Graders, Sorters, Agricultural Products
19-4011.02 - Agricultural and Food Science Technicians
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This page was last updated on 03/05/15.
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