watery milk

watery milk

an important observation in the recognition of chronic bovine mastitis; the wateriness can be detected by squirting milk from the suspect quarter into a pool of normal milk from an unaffected quarter, the wateriness is immediately apparent, especially if the test is carried out on a shiny black surface; ingenuity is required if all four quarters are affected.
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Sure enough, Jesse was proudly holding a tray with a mug full of watery milk and a slice of pallid toast on a plate.
Diagnosis of acute coliform mastitis is based on characteristic clinical signs of watery milk, firm and swollen udder, elevated temperature and heart rate.
They produce huge amounts of watery milk which is low in fat.
First, it eliminated the unscrupulous middle-man who bought milk from small livestock owners, adulterated it with water, and sold the watery milk at a higher price to consumers.
He described the typical menu: "Four square inches of meat cut wafer-thin, dried potatoes, soggy cabbage and a watery milk pudding which could have been semolina or rice.