The composition of milk and milk products

H. Droop Richmond
1893 The Analyst  
THIS paper is a continuation of the annual reports of Dr. Vieth on his work in the laboratory of the ,4ylesbury Dairy Company. The work done in 1892 is treated of in the present communication. ( For previous reports, see AxkLYST, vii. 6 3 ; viii. 33 ; ix. 56 ; x. 67; xi. 66; xii. 39 ; xiii. 46 ; xiv. 69 ; xv. 44 ; xvi. 61 ; and xvii. 62). The total number of samples analyse? in 1892 TVRS 25,931, viz. :-23,865 s x n p l~s of milk. 1,368 " cream. 566 " &i-iti-milk. S , , butter-milk. 78 " butter.
more » ... -milk. 78 " butter. 24 >, water. 22 " snndries, Of the milk samples 13,196 were taken from the delivery chums on arrival of the T~P hulk is c1is;trihuted with the least possible delay to the
doi:10.1039/an8931800050 fatcat:ld6wkpqvx5g2dbc52oqtcsrtoy