A1 is a term used to describe milk which contains high levels of the protein known as A1 β- casein. Most of the milk drunk in western countries is A1 milk. A1 (milk)"

A2 Milk is a trademark of the A2 Corporation , which is licensed by milk distributors to apply to cows' milk which has been tested to ensure it contains a higher proportion of A2 type β- casein than regular milk. The A2 Corporation has developed a test, where DNA from a cow's tail hair is examined to determine whether the milk they produce will be high in the A2 protein. Milk producers can test all their cows, and separate those that produce A2 milk from those who do not. Milk identified as "A2 milk" is currently available in New Zealand and Australia. A2 milk"

The Babcock test is the first inexpensive and practical test factories could use to determine the fat content of milk. Babcock test"

Breast milk usually refers to the milk produced by a human female which is usually fed to infants by breastfeeding. It provides the primary source of nutrition for newborns, before they are able to digest more diverse foods. Breast milk"

A breast pump is a mechanical or electrical device that extracts milk from the breasts of a woman who is breastfeeding. Mechanically, a breast pump is directly analogous to a milking machine used in commercial dairy production. Breast pump"

In dairy farming a bulk tank is a large storage tank for cooling and holding milk at a cold temperature until it can be picked up by a milk hauler. Bulk tank"

Carnation is the name of a brand of evaporated milk, milk-flavoring mixes, flavored beverages, flavor syrups, hot cocoa mixes, instant breakfasts, and ice cream novelties. It is known for its red and white label, and the brand was acquired by Nestlé in 1985. Carnation (trademark)"

Channel Island milk (sometimes called gold-top milk after the colour of the milk bottle top) is creamy, light-beige coloured milk originally from the Channel Islands. It comes from the Jersey and Guernsey breeds of cattle which are native to the Islands. Channel Island milk"

Chocolate milk is a drink concocted from milk, cocoa (often processed with alkali), sweeteners (usually sugar, dextrose, or high fructose corn syrup), and sometimes other ingredients including starch, salt, carrageenan, vanilla, and artificial flavoring. This mixture should be stored at 0.5 to 4 ° C (33 to 39 °F). Chocolate milk"

Coffee milk is a drink similar to chocolate milk. However instead of chocolate syrup, coffee syrup is used. It is the official state drink of Rhode Island. Coffee milk"

Colostrum (also known as beestings or first milk) is a form of milk produced by the mammary glands in late pregnancy and the few days after giving birth. Colostrum"

Condensed milk is cow's milk from which water has been removed and to which sugar has been added, yielding a very thick, sweet product that can last on the shelf for years. Also known as sweetened condensed milk, the two terms have become synonymous; though there have been unsweetened condensed milk products, today these are uncommon. Condensed milk is used in numerous dessert dishes, and by the Vietnamese to make their unique coffee, Cafe Sua Da. Condensed milk"

Crusha is a well known brand of milkshake mix sold in the United Kingdom. The brand first appeared in the 1950s and was bought by sugar retailer Silver Spoon in December. Crusha"

Curd is a dairy product obtained by curdling (coagulating) milk with rennet or an edible acidic substance such as lemon juice or vinegar and then draining off the liquid portion (called whey). The increased acidity causes the milk proteins ( casein) to tangle into solid masses, or "curds". Curd"

Doogh (also Dooqh, Dugh), also called dugh, abdug, or tahn (the last two mostly by Armenians) is a beverage popular in Iran and other Middle Eastern countries and the Caucasus. Doogh"

An egg cream is a classic New York City beverage consisting of chocolate syrup (Almost always Fox's U-bet chocolate syrup.), milk, and seltzer ( soda water), probably dating from the late 19th century, and is especially associated with Brooklyn, home of its inventor, Jewish candy shop owner Louis Auster. It contains neither eggs nor cream. The name is probably derived from the white frothy head on the drink, which resembles whipped egg whites. Egg cream"

(Evaporated milk) It is commonly added in brewed tea to make Teh See in Singapore. Evaporated milk"

F-100 is as therapeutic milk product designed to treat severe malnutrition. It is very high in energy, fat, and protein, and provides a large amount of nutrients. It is typically distributed by humanitarian aid organizations, such as Unicef or Médecins Sans Frontières, to people in the Third World. Often it is given as phase 2 of a malnutrition program, after F-75 has been consumed. Sometimes Plumpy'nut is distributed along with F-100. F-100 (food)"

Flavoured milk is milk that has sugar, colourings and (mostly inexpensive artificial) flavourings added to make it more appetising, especially to children. It can be sold as a powder to be added to plain milk, such as Nesquik, or bought pre-mixed alongside other milk products. Some flavoured milk products are designed as dietary supplements, such as Horlicks, Nestlé Milo and Ovaltine. Many others are nothing but sweetened milk. Flavoured milk"

Galactorrhea or galactorrhoea is the spontaneous flow of milk from the breast, unassociated with childbirth or nursing. It can be due to local causes or dysregulation of certain hormones. Galactorrhea"

Infant formula is an industrially produced milk product designed for infant consumption. Usually based on either cow or soy milk, infant formula strives to duplicate the nutrient content of natural human breast milk. Infant formula is necessarily an imperfect approximation since: Infant formula"

Malted milk is malted barley, wheat flour and whole milk evaporated into a powder. It was first marketed as Diastoid by James and William Horlick, brothers from Gloucestershire, who founded Horlicks in Chicago in 1873. William Horlick received United States patent 278,967 for it ten years later. Malted milk"

Milk most often means the nutrient fluid produced by the mammary glands of female mammals. It provides the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to digest more diverse foods. It is also processed into dairy products such as cream, butter, yoghurt, ice-cream, gelato, cheese, casein, whey protein, lactose, condensed milk, powdered milk, and many other food-additive and industrial products. Milk"

(Milk bottle) See Also - Blowback esp. Andrew Murray Milk bottle"