"I grew up on dairy farms. If a cow is on any medication, it is milked into a separate container and the milk disposed of. Same with a cow that is infected or sick. If a sick/infected/medicated cow is milked into the common tank, the whole tank is disposed of and the tank sterilized. If it makes it into the truck, the truck-worth is disposed of and truck sterilized, etc right on up. (Sometimes it isn't discovered until after milking that a cow is sick.)"
"Milk products (and other foodstuffs) that do not meet the [food] agency's criteria do not gain FDA approval and thus cannot be sold to consumers"
colostrum, milk that is made within the first few days after a cow gives birth, contains white blood cells to help the baby cows immune system.
Not to my knowledge, but it does have somatic cells which have leukocytes (white blood cells) and people compare that to pus.
That's rude, i'm not an idiot in anyway and your just making yourself look bad, immature child.
Uhm allow. It's a fair question. If you don't like it, don't look at it.
it might have White blood cells i think
I don't think so... I hope not too.
NO f*cking idiot