LONG...sorry! Ok, this in an add question, but maybe someone else has run into it... I had a gallon stored in a stainless milk tote in the fridge. My son made soup and put the milk back in the fridge...I went in to transfer it to the more pourable glass container and when the milk welled back up there was a pink swirl (tinge) in the middle. I thought my son had made tomato soup and hit the edge of the milk container with the can and got some in there, so I dumped the milk. The milk was maybe 48 hours old. Since then, nothing. Today I was dumping my quarts into the pan to make more mozzerella, and when I set them upside down in the dishwasher the drip in the bottom of one had a tinge of pink...is it blood? CMT's clean, cultures (done at AU) clean too. Goats fat and healthy. I strain into quart jars and ice cool immediately. No blood in filters. Milk smells/tastes fine (I'm the guinea pig). It seems to appear at the bottom of the jars, not the tops--and not in all containers. Jars/equipment boiled to sterilize, sprayed w/Hoeggers sanitizer. Use Fight Bac after milking and a light bleach solution before. help!