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Stephen Moulton Babcock, 1843-1931, was a professor of agricultural chemistry at the University of Wisconsin. He is best known for the Babcock test, a method of measuring butterfat content in milk. His research on the nutrition of dairy cattle paved the way for the discovery of vitamin A.

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