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When dairy cows consumed 15 pounds of green rye one hour before milking only slight abnormal flavors and odors were produced in the milk.
Increasing the amount of green rye consumed one hour before milking from 15 to 30 pounds increased to a slight extent the abnormal flavors and odors in the milk. They were, however, only slight and would…