If you look at ice cream made with more sugar and less butterfat
," as with US brands such as Dairy Queen or Ben & Jerry's, "you are tasting the sugar first, then you taste the water, and the cream taste is only slightly at the end.
My display also included butterfat
testing equipment, DHIA record books, two tabletop milk separators (both Montgomery Ward), five milk cans, each stamped by different creameries, and miscellaneous dairy items.
The wholesale delivery figures have not been adjusted for butterfat
content and all figures are provisional.
It's common to see seasonal variations in milk composition," said Andrew Howie, technical manager for Trident Feeds, "but managing butterfat
levels at turnout can be an onerous task.
CDI) has diversified its butterfat
offerings with the addition of anhydrous milkfat (AMF) for export.
The milking herd, now mostly home-bred, comprises 70 Ayrshires and 110 black and whites, with the former returning an average lactation yield of 8,240 kgs and the remainder around 8,620 kgs each, with virtually the same butterfat
By entering milk data from the past 12 months, including monthly volumes, protein, butterfat
and cell counts, producers will get an estimated monthly milk cheque and projected annual revenue.
Clarified butter is the translucent, golden butterfat
left over after the milk solids and water are removed.
By comparison, a sound Nubian dairy goat--sometimes called the Jersey of the goat world because its milk compares in richness to the high butterfat
of Jerseys--may give 1 to 1 1/2 gallons of milk a day.
Its menu includes items such as flatliner fries and butterfat
shakes, and some meals top 8,000 calories.
Bypass burgers are served with "Flatliner Fries" cooked in lard washed down with butterfat
The ice creams offer a superpremium quality 18 to 22 percent butterfat
content and the liqueur-based flavors feature about a five percent alcohol content.