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Old 03-21-2011, 10:52 AM   #11
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...the vet would inseminate her...

Quite a talented vet.
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Old 03-21-2011, 11:02 AM   #12
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Quite a talented vet.
I'm REALLY hoping he means, artifically

I had my own personal dairy for 32 years. And I have a friend who supplies me with raw milk so I have not been without real milk since 1977.
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Old 03-21-2011, 11:20 AM   #13
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I'm meaning WHOLE milk. Pasteurized is important but homogenized it's not.
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Old 03-21-2011, 11:21 AM   #14
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I thought vets only did that with sheep

Beth, you said real and you said raw milk. Where does unpasteurized fit in with these terms? I know in some states there is a push to ban unpasteurized milk from being sold in stores, that's why I'm asking if it is the same thing as raw or real.

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Old 03-21-2011, 11:22 AM   #15
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What is real milk? Some people call whole milk real milk, or do you mean unpasteurized?
It's unpasteurized and not homogenized. The cream will separate from the milk and float to the top. With "real" milk you can make both butter and/or cheese.
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Old 03-21-2011, 11:23 AM   #16
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I'm meaning WHOLE milk. Pasteurized is important but homogenized it's not.
Ahhh, thanks. That's all I drink. I haven't seen the bottled brand yet. Not since I was a kid and we had it delivered, half the time sour

ETA, after reading Selkie's post, I see it is not homogenized. I drink whole milk, but not un(?)homogenized.
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Old 03-21-2011, 11:32 AM   #17
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Ahhh, thanks. That's all I drink. I haven't seen the bottled brand yet. Not since I was a kid and we had it delivered, half the time sour

ETA, after reading Selkie's post, I see it is not homoginized. I drink whole milk, but not un(?)homoginized.
Sour milk isn't nice for drinking, but sour milk from unpasteurized milk (or even the low pasteurised stuff) can be left on the counter to make clabber. My mother used to make clabber whenever the milk went sour; sprinkle it with sugar; and eat for breakfast. My sister and I just looked at her and went


The clabber can be made into quark, sour unpasteurized cream is well, sour cream or is it crème fraiche?
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I thought vets only did that with sheep

Beth, you said real and you said raw milk. Where does unpasteurized fit in with these terms? I know in some states there is a push to ban unpasteurized milk from being sold in stores, that's why I'm asking if it is the same thing as raw or real.
Raw milk means straight from the udder; not pasteurized, and in the case of cows milk, not homogenized
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I thought vets only did that with sheep

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I live in North Wales Pacman not North Carolina, Betty went to the knackers yard in the sky about 44 yrs ago.
Ps we had chickens,ponies geese and goats, non of use liked to drink the goats milk, my mum got Betty because of an outbreak of undulant fever.
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Old 03-22-2011, 05:40 AM   #20
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when i was a kid, i remember an old timer neighbor telling a story about why milk was delivered in glass bottles with aluminum foil or paper caps many years ago.

in cold weather, the milk would expand so in order to keep the bottle from breaking, they would put on the loose paper or foil cap.

if you were a really good kid, your mom would scoop the frozen cream off the top and mix it with sugar for a morning treat.
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