Block, Ben
May 2010
World Watch;May/Jun2010, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p1
The article offers information on the history and consumption of milk. It reports that before people started domesticating cattle, milking a cow was an extreme sport and humans avoided or ignored using their milk. It highlights that the highest annual per-capita milk consumption is found in Finland. Further, it reports that steps are being taken by governments and industries to limit dairy farm water use, emissions, and waste. It also discusses the environmenal aspects of milking.


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