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  1. Adams residents turn out in opposition to, support of proposed manure pitRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    ... 300 feet of this manure storage,” said Mr. Mason. “Our water is tested regularly because we produce milk, and to produce milk you have to have clean water to wash all of your facilities.” He said his farm is a “testament ...

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  2. What's the Difference Between Today's Hot Cocoa and Warmed Drinking...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    It's easily the most asked question for staff when they tell people about their new Moonstruck Drinking Chocolate by Sunshine Dairy . They hear it over and over: "Isn't this just chocolate milk?" Until people taste it.

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  3. Updated: 20 hours agoComments (3)When newly created Slate River DaRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... by yourself." Mol told a story about a mother struggling to put her baby to sleep. She said when the mother tried their milk the baby was able to sleep through the night. Mol noticed a lot of people have been asking what is in their product and what ...

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  4. Lochhead welcomes Starbucks supply dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sunday Herald

    ... director of Graham's The Family Dairy GRAHAM's The Family Dairy has signed a deal to become the exclusive supplier of milk to US coffee shop chain Starbucks in Scotland. The dairy company, which is based in Bridge of Allan near Stirling, will supply ...

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  5. The yogurt maker - a healthy kitchen gadget that may just help your walletRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2010 | Examiner.com

    ... depending on the brand. Compare to that the cost of making your own yogurt to start it's just the cost of a quart of milk and one yogurt cup , or about $3 for a week's worth of yogurt. Of course, there's the investment in the yogurt maker but basic ...

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  6. Waitrose issues 100 day grazing pledgeRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Dairy Reporter

    Waitrose has pledged that all its non-organic milk will come from cows that spend 100 days or more on pasture UK chain Waitrose has announced that dairy cows should spend at least 100 days with access to pasture during the grazing season in the summer months. The company says this strengthens its commitment to animal welfare and ensures a level of consistency across its dairy farms.

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  7. Veggies, fruits & milkRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    The new state-of-the-art dairy at Hotwar, Ranchi, is ready to begin operations. But Safal outlets like this one will take another two years to come up, even though a 27-acre land for a fruits and vegetable processing plant at Kanke is being handed over to Mother Dairy on February 11. Picture by Prashant Mitra If milk, veggies and fruits are the mainstay of a healthy diet, then Jharkhand is set to have ample supply of all three soon.

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  8. Good news for animals: historic dairy farm goes veganRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Inhabitat

    ... Coffee Caramel Fudge, and a dairy-free version of their classic Chunky Monkey. These hearty treats are made with almond milk; the Vermont-based ice cream maker has partnered with Vegan Action to ensure the new flavors are fair trade certified and ...

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  9. Vietnam's Dairy Sector 2016 Market Report; Launched via MarketResearchReports.comRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | SBWire

    Vietnam's dairy sector has immense potential for development and is currently being eyed by both local and foreign investors. Factors such as rising domestic demand, increasing affinity for Western cuisine, heavy investments and one of the lowest per capita milk consumption in the region are boosting the sector.

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  10. Paramo Coffee, at the Perennial, takes on climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | SFGate

    ... cafe in recycled materials. Paramo is also implementing a new program unique to the coffee industry - one that involves milk. More than half the drinks the cafe sells, Myers says, contain milk. Milk represents 60-70 percent of the carbon footprint ...

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  11. Frozen Matter Will Open Creamery and Speakeasy in UptownRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Denver Westword

    ... explains that the word "creamery" is often misused in the business because the majority of ice cream shops don't buy milk direct from dairy farmers, but by a base that already contains milk, cream, sugar and sometimes eggs. This isn't cheating or ...

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  12. Chichester man meets Prince CharlesRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Chichester Today

    ... can be milked. Mr Hillman, a volunteer for the international development charity, said: "I did offer him the chance to milk Milky May but he politely declined.'' The Duke of Cornwall, the charity's landlord and president, was visiting the head ...

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  13. Benefits Of High Flavanol Chocolate During Pregnancy May Extend To Both Mother And Baby, Study FindsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Medical Daily

    ... also proposed that it was more than the chocolate's flavonoids responsible for this positive effect, and suggested that milk components such as calcium and fatty acids may also play a role. Source: Bujold E, Dodin S, et al. The Benefits of Chocolate ...

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  14. Our investment in tomorrowaRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2014 | NCWTV.com

    This time of year, when our schools prepare to offer their levy requests for our consideration, always brings back a flood of memories. Born and raised on a wheat and dairy farm in Eastern Washington, this time of year always meant rising early on snowy mornings to milk the cows - and rounding them up once again just prior to dark on those short winter days.

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  15. Levels of Lead, Mercury, PCBs in U.S. Women Raise ConcernRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2012 | Revolution Health

    ... suggests that women who breastfeed contain less pollutants because they are passing some to their children via breast milk. Women in the 90th percentile of contamination and above had enough lead in their systems to harm a baby's cognitive ...

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  16. Waitrose gives access to dairy herd with '100 day grazing pledge'Read the original story

    Yesterday | FarmingUK

    Getting dairy cows outside and on grass pasture whenever possible not only produces great quality milk but is a key aspect of good animal welfare Waitrose is already one of the only supermarkets to give its dairy cows access to pasture during the grazing season in the summer months. This new pledge sets a minimum standard for its British farmers, creating a new kind of commitment to animal welfare and ensuring a level of consistency across its dairy farms.

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  17. Sainsbury's supports British farmers by keeping their calves warm this winterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | FarmingUK

    ... help support a long term future of the British dairy industry and we also wanted to reward the farmers that produce our milk for outstanding animal welfare and environmental standards. In 2012, a Cost of Production (COP) model was introduced to ...

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  18. Global dairy glut to persistRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Saputo, Canada's largest dairy processor, said it expects international dairy and cheese prices to remain low amid a global supply glut and lower demand from China. "Right now there's too much milk in the system," CEO Lino Saputo Jr. said Thursday on his company's third-quarter earnings conference call.

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  19. Third low payout season will see dairyfarmers going underRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NBR Newsroom

    ... be sustained?" Mr Brunel wondered. "Based on what we are seeing now and the fact that we are continuing to pump out milk, it might flow through to a third season which would be very bad. Some farmers will go to the wall this season and have gone to ...

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  20. Saputo CEO Expects Low Dairy Prices to Persist Amid Global GlutRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Saputo Inc., Canada's largest dairy processor, said it expects international dairy and cheese prices to remain low amid a global supply glut and lower demand from China. "Right now there's too much milk in the system," Chief Executive Officer Lino Saputo Jr. said Thursday on his company's third-quarter earnings conference call.

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