Term: fermented milk (dairy)
milk left at room temperature (less than 21c) in which the lactose is fermented into lactic acid. Fermented milk can be used to feed young calves and may include extra colostrum, transitional milk, or mastitic milk that are not saleable but have nutritio
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[Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. "Milk and Dairy Products Glossary"]