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September 16, 2009


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Those graphs are udderly fantastic!

(sorry, couldn't resist)

Thanks for the additional exposure! Yes, milk from the store has a sort of standardized content, since dairies usualy skim some fat (that is the source for butter!), some even homogenize fat etc. The variation that is present in the above figures is normaly observed in all milk producing animals, though you might have in one herd animals in all production phaeses (described by days in milk = days after the birth of an offspring) and the variation might not be clearly visibile. However, this changes if there is a seasonal production.

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