How To Test The Richness Of Milk

Procure any long glass vessel--a

cologne bottle or long phial. Take a narrow strip of paper, just the

length from the neck to the bottom of the phial, and mark it off with

100 lines at equal distances, or into fifty lines, and count each as

two, and paste upon the phial so as to divide its length into 100 equal

parts. Fill it to the highest mark with milk fresh from the cow, and

allow it to stand in a perpendicular position 24 hours. The number of

spaces occupied by the cream will give you its exact percentage in the

milk without any guess work.

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