3-620. Bacterial count; method; inspection of equipment
A. A place of business making the bacterial count a factor in the determination of the basis for payment or settlement for milk or cream, or a cooperative creamery, milk receiving or manufacturing plant allotting proceeds on that basis, shall use the method and equipment prescribed by the American public health association, " standard methods for the examination of dairy products, " current edition.
B. Where a bacterial count is used as the basis for payment or settlement for milk or cream, or where a bacterial count affects the classification of milk or cream as received from the producer or the acceptance or rejection thereof by the operator of a milk receiving or manufacturing plant, no person shall report or record a larger or smaller bacterial count than that obtained in the manner prescribed in American public health association, " standard methods for the examination of dairy products, " current edition.
C. The associate director or his authorized representative may at any time, for the purpose of determining the accuracy thereof, inspect the equipment and assist in making a bacterial count of milk or cream received at a place of business making bacterial counts.Section: Previous 3-613 3-614 3-615 3-616 3-617 3-618 3-619 3-620 3-621 3-622 3-623 3-624 3-625 3-627 3-628 Next
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