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    Milk Composition
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    MILK COMPOSITION AND NUTRITIONAL VALUE Milk is the normal product of mammary
    gland secretion. Milk is a complex, nutritious product that contains more than 100 substances that are either in solution, suspension or emulsion in water.
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    Milk Composition and Synthesis - Mammary Structure - Mammary Development - Lactation - Mastitis
    by Walter Hurley, Prof. of Animal Science, Illinois University

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