The first of a two-part series on the benefits of eating the rainbow.
The pros, cons, and special considerations of four more alternatives for the lactose-intolerant.
The pros, cons, and special considerations of four alternatives for the lactose-intolerant.
Milk components are a common topic related to dairy cattle. For example, when researching dairy breeds, one fact you will notice is that Jersey cows have more components in their milk than Holsteins do. So what are the components of milk? There are three main categories: Fat. Protein. Other solids. Fat When a cow’s rumenContinue reading “What Are Milk Components?”
For those who don’t mind the wait, cold composting is a viable option for a low-maintenance pile that fosters beneficial organisms.
As long as you can plan and prepare well before it’s time to eat, you may find that the slow cooker becomes your best kitchen assistant.
Higher milk production means a heavier, more valuable calf, but it also means a less reliable, more expensive cow.
Now that we know what brix is and how to measure it, we’re ready to find ways to apply this knowledge.
The reading displayed on the refractometer is actually not a true measurement of the sugar dissolved in the substance being tested.
Brix is one of those topics that come up fairly frequently in sustainable agriculture. Simply put, brix is a measure of the sugar content of a plant or other substance. To be more specific, Brix expresses the weight of dissolved sugar as a percentage of the weight of the entire solution. Pure water has aContinue reading “Brix: What is It?”