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1 Sametra Williams DARY 1048 Enrollment #: 646028 Assignment 2 1. Five important milestones of milk history in the United States that are important in the production and maintenance of clean, wholesome quality milk and milk products are Cows arrived in Jamestown Colony (1611; credit given to the first settlers of Jamestown), Pasteurization of milk (1856; credit given to Louis Pasteur), The continuous centrifugal separator (1878; credit given to Dr. Gustav de Laval), Babcock test for milk fat (1890; credit given to Dr. Samuel Babcock), and The introduction of the REAL seal dairy symbol (1980; credit given to the American Dairy Association) . These milestones are important in numerous ways. As a result of the first cows to colonize, agriculture was started and the colony, as well as the U.S. benefited tremendously from its products. As a result of pasteurization, the quality of milk can be enjoyed because it helps free harmful bacteria and pathogens which may be present in the milk. As a result to the continuous centrifugal separator, the cream can be separated for use as light or heavy cream. As a result of the Babcock test, the fat content of milk can be detected. Finally, as a result of the REAL symbol, people are now guaranteed that milk they purchased is good in quality
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2009 for the course DARY 1048 taught by Professor Jenny during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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