Tonight we put 1 gallon of cream into our electric churn. It had sat out for about 48 hours because I forgot to make it yesterday. I usually set it out at night and make it in the morning. Well, I got 5.5 lbs of butter from it. Is it because it sat out longer? It was starting to bubble by the time I churned it.
There was virtually no whey left in the jar, it was almost solid butter.
Rachel Klessig Wife to Matt MOM (Mommy Of Many) to Danial, Jacob, Isaac, Clara, Sarah, and twin girls Anna and Emma
ladybelle: I have a question if anyone can help out. I have to adult cows that keep nursing on each other. Can you suggest anything I can do to get them to stop doing it. Thank you
Sept 4, 2013 12:44:59 GMT -5
wyomama: ladybelle, post a thread in the Family Cow section. Weaning rings might work. They make permanent ones.
Sept 4, 2013 14:49:55 GMT -5
AJ & Denise: anyone there to chat we need a little advice
Sept 9, 2013 15:30:51 GMT -5
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