In developing countries like India, the conservation of milk is of major concern due to the lack of supply at many household in rural and Industrial areas. The milk which posses high adulteration, bacterial content, less quantity of saturated fat, freshness gets spoiled easily and hence immediate refrigeration of milk will prevent it from spoiling. In existing system a collection vehicle is assigned for each group of areas. If the vehicle fails to arrive at a particular destination at correct time the milk gets spoiled and becomes useless. Our method eliminates this drawback by sensing the quality of milk using pH meter and directs the vehicle to the appropriate places so that collection of milk may be fastened up which leads to its ultimate conservation. The good milk should have the pH value 6.7. The milk which has greater or lower value is considered to as less quality milk. We propose an effective system utilizing wireless sensor networks with induced artificial intelligence. This system consists of a sensor unit along with a master node which monitors the quality of milk. The sensor unit observes the quality of milk using the pH meter and reports it to the master node. At each collection point the sensor will be used to determine the quality and is reported to the master node. The application module with induced artificial intelligence analyses the current input data received from various sites and detects the collection point where the milk will get degrade quickly. Then it redirects the vehicle to appropriate places by sending the instructions through automated Short message service (SMS) and fastens up the process. If an alert is generated from a large number of sites instructing that the milk is prone to deterioration, then an effective routing algorithm (Open Shortest path Algorithm) can be
implemented so that the vehicle reaches the collecting point and the milk is conserved to the maximum possible extent.