Late lactation cream can be resistant to breaking. I believe it's due to the fat globules getting smaller later in the lactation, so the cream lines will be much deeper but the cream is more dilute - it's hard to hand-skim cream that's 35%+ fat at that point. When I use a cream separator in late lactation I have no problem making butter. She's part Dexter, which have smaller fat globules anyways so it might exacerbate the issue. The only other thing I can think of is that you should try culturing your cream first. That usually halves or quarters the churn time and improves yield. Sorry for your troubles! It's so frustrating when cream won't break...
Put the whisk attachment back on and keep it on as high as possible without too much splashing. Slow it down once the butter granules separate and it gets splashy ( just for a minute until butter granules are about pea sized). Make sure it hasn't warmed above 65.
No change after 25 more minutes. What is it with me and butter?!?!? I’m throwing this foamy stuff in the freezer and coming back later.....
I just made butter in 9 minutes I let my cream get room temp Then put my recharable mixer on the lowest speed barley going and it made butter I tried yesterday for 9 hours and never got butter experiment
claytonpaul: A bull was put on her herd Late Last May so she was expected to be due between May1 and August. They quoted me August so I wouldn't be disappointing by a late arrival.
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alpacalexi: My mini jersey cow is pregnant, however the last couple days her udder has deflated. My vet saw her on the 23 and said delivery in a couple weeks Is there a reason for her deflating?
Oct 2, 2019 17:17:00 GMT -5
Trim: She probably aborted a while back. That happened to one of my animals. She was bagging up but within a short while of her "due date" she began to deflate. I had no idea what had happened. I was seriously bummed out.
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mamacherri10: good afternoon! I have not been on the website in a long time. Have a new jersey milk cow and am looking to see how long she needs to be dried up prior to calving? She is due the third week of May.
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steven888: Dry her up now, she needs 6 wks of rest.
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highlandteen: five to six weeks is generally suggested
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