Karl Garson: A calf needs a cow’s milk, but you don’t

The first and only legitimate use for a cow’s milk is to feed her calf.

Every other use that follows was forced on us by tradition, habit, marketing, questionable science, political pressure or any of those in varying combinations that arrived glass by fat-lined glass when we were defenseless children.

It’s time to throw them off and move on to a diet that excludes many of the dairy choices we’re making.

The recent, annual World Dairy Expo at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison was a fascinating spectacle. All that effort bent at balancing the weight of a cow’s daily milk production with her daily manure production. Despite that, one irrefutable fact remains: The first and the only legitimate use for a cow’s milk is to feed her calf.

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Karl Garson: A calf needs a cow’s milk, but you don’t.

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One thought on “Karl Garson: A calf needs a cow’s milk, but you don’t

  1. Pingback: Lynn Pauly: Try milk substitutes for sake of animals « alliance for animals: news blog

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