Milk Storyboard

Milk Storyboard

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  • Cows vs. Bulls
  • Fun facts: Cow's have four stomachs and can hold up to 25-50 lbs of milk at a time.The difference between cows and bulls is that cows are females who already have calves and bulls are male cows. 
  • The Farmer and Milking the Cow 
  • The farmer must take care of their cows ensuring they're healthy. When it comes to milking cows they separate cows on antibiotics from regular cows, and they milk is rapidly cooled upon milking.
  • Trucks Transfer
  • The process of transferring milk by truck requires the driver to take a sample of the milk, and the truck essentially has a giant thermos container for the milk.
  • Pasteurization
  • Pasteurization is how bacteria in milk is killed in order to prevent disease. This is done by heating the milk to the point where bacteria is killed and then it is rapidly cooled.
  • Milk varieties include whole milk (100% fat), 2% milk, 1% milk, and skim milk (0% fat)
  • Homogenization
  • Homogenization is the breaking up of fat particles in the milk. It is done to prevent fat particles from being at the top in milk.
  • Milk Varieties
  • Cooking
  • Packaging
  • Milk is then packaged according to the bacterial count in the milk. A is the highest grade.
  • When storing milk put it in the fridge at low temperatures and ensure it remains closed. When cooking with milk make sure to cook it at low temps for a small period of time with constant stirring.
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