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What makes milk taste skunky?

  1. Nicole Winter profile image60
    Nicole Winterposted 6 years ago

    What makes milk taste skunky?

    This is really weird: I just poured my daughter a glass of milk (which has not expired,) and it tasted very skunky.  I've never been sprayed by a skunk and don't know what that would taste like, it didn't smell skunky, but it tasted like "skunk" smell... is it expired?  Was it tampered with?  What would make our milk taste like that?  It doesn't taste spoiled... just skunky.

  2. Zainejaz profile image59
    Zainejazposted 6 years ago

    the dairy cows are subjected to unbelievably cruel treatment in the intense factory-farms where they are raised not as living creatures with feelings and emotions, but as inanimate profit-making objects. Injected with huge amounts of chemicals and antibiotics to boost production which makes its way into the milk and into the bodies of people who consume the product. The inhumane and confined enclosures these animals are kept in for their lives is like a prison subjecting the animals to a life of suffering and sorrow.

  3. aka-dj profile image76
    aka-djposted 6 years ago

    I recon they should stop milking skunks. Not a good thing to do.
    Sorry, I couldn't help sharing my silly thoughts.
    I laugh at my own jokes sometimes. No-one else will, so I can entertain myself.

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    Kendidposted 6 years ago

    Depending on what the cows are eating will probably determine or effect the taste of the milk. As I recall my days on the farm as a youngster, I know when the cows were fed moldy hay by mistake,the milk tasted bad.