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School lunches tend to be higher in nutritional quality than those packed by parents at home, researchers from the Virginia Tech Department of Human Nutrition, Foods, & Exercise in Blacksburg report in a new assessment.
Offering another choice of organic, Certified Humane®, real dairy with outstanding flavor for lactose-sensitive consumers SEBASTOPOL, Calif., Nov.
Dairy Alternative Beverage Market report identifies driving and restraining factors for this market with an analysis of trends, opportunities, burning issues, winning imperatives, and challenges.
DailyGossip.org reviews the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet program, a new method that promises to teach users everything they need to know to completely transform their body in just 25 days.
How many times were you told as a child that drinking your milk would give you strong bones? Turns out that might not be true, according to new research published in The British Medical Journal.
Two separate delegations of dairy quality executives from Latin America were hosted by Charm Sciences at its Andover, Massachusetts facility in September and October in an exchange of ideas, experiences
CheeseProblems.com Welcomes Back 40 Million Americans with Lactose Intolerance to Cheesy Bliss NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I., Oct.
LONDON, Oct. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The cattle feed market is increasing due to the industrialization of dairy and meat.
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The Lacaune is a breed of domestic sheep that originated from the Lacaune region near southern France, from which it was named. Although it is now used for milk production, it once only produced 18.4 gallons during the human milking period each year. The French government established a strict selective breeding program that included rigorous breeding and meticulous record keeping, as well as increased knowledge about the care of the breed and cooperation of farmers across the area. This...
The East Friesian sheep is a breed of domestic sheep that originated from East Frisia in Germany. Traditionally, this breed was kept in small groups by households to be used for the production of milk and today the breed does not do well in large numbers. It has a pink nose and pale hooves, but its best known physical feature is the tail, which is thin and hairless like a rat’s tail. The head is polled, meaning it does not grow horns, and its wool can be white or dark brown in color. The...
The Blaarkop is a breed of dairy cattle that is bred in the Groningen region of the Netherlands. It has been referenced as early as the 1300s and from the 1800s the breed was found in the Utrecht and Leiden regions also. The breed is sturdy and muscular with a horned head and strong legs. The body color is either solid red or black with a white head and tail tip. Around the eyes is a blotch the same color as the main body. In the population there is a ratio of 60 percent red colored and 40...
Pasteurization, used to slow microbial growth in food, is a process of heating food or liquid to a specific temperature for a definite length of time and then cooling immediately. Louis Pasteur was the creator of the process and completed his first test with Claude Bernard in April 20, 1864. The process was conceived as a way to prevent wine and beer from souring. Mostly, commercial-scale sterilization of food is uncommon due to its poor affects on taste and quality of product. Most dairy...
The Water Buffalo is a very large ungulate (hoofed) and a member of the bovine subfamily. The Arni or Wild Buffalo survives in the wild in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Vietnam and Thailand. The domestic Buffalo are very widespread in Asia, South America, North Africa and Europe. They are feral in northern Australia. Wild-living populations also exist in much of South-east Asia but their origins are uncertain. They may be descendants of wild Water Buffalo, formerly domesticated...
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