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In the footnote of the Machon Yerushalayim edition of the Tur, he explains that various editions of the Tur with different commentaries divided up the sections differently - one missing a siman (not 168), another dividing up a siman into 2 or more simanim. So in order to line up the Tur with all its major commentaries it was decided in more recent editions ...
Maarechet Hashulchan - it has the Shulchan Aruch and Rema, plus summaries of the Shach and Taz. There's a volume for taaruvot, one for melicha, and one for basar v'chalav. (Also other volumes, but those are the ones you asked about).
The Chochmas Adam is incredibly well-written.
Your question pretty much describes the Kur HaMivchan to a tee: Bassar B'Chalav Taaruvot Melicha
Iyunei Deah by Rabbi Ullman. It contains a collection of investigations ('iyunim') into Hilchos Yoreh Deah based on the bechinos of Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg in Isur v'Heter (melicha, basar b'chalav, ta'arovos) and Nida.
There is a sefer called Ikarei Hashulchan which has diagrams and halacha tablets . There is also Maadnei Hashulchan which is like a Mishna Brurah style for yoreh deah .Rabbi Yaakov Goldstein put out a smechia aid for baser bchalav and has melicha and taaruvos in PDF.His is the basics in the Shulchan Aruch and with some halacha lmaaseh.
Halacha Shenuna. I only used it for Shabbos but it exists for all of shulchan aruch.
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