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Price of Milk

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Nov 2016
5:08pm, 22 Nov 2016
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Sharkie
saskatooncolostrum.com

There you go. Mad scam probs. Friend of mine swears by it... she's a superb athlete but I reckon that's more to do with training and genetics than by products from the dairy industry.

Can't see the point of whey protein either... have a cheese buttie why don't you? :-)
Nov 2016
5:11pm, 22 Nov 2016
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Velociraptor
Who can blame the dairy industry for trying to make a profit out of their waste products? Whey, colostrum, veal, elderly cows, gelatine ...
Nov 2016
5:13pm, 22 Nov 2016
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becca7
A new milk for you all to try.
https://youtu.be/nDaxt8hmMJU
Nov 2016
5:52pm, 22 Nov 2016
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Winded
I hadn't seen colostrum supplements, I don't think I'll be rushing to buy any.

As for dog's milk? Sure, why not? Of course milking a dog that is big enough to be commercially viable could be tricky - I imagine a carnivore three times as big as a great dane might be difficult to handle.
Nov 2016
6:00pm, 22 Nov 2016
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becca7
But would people enjoy puppy steak as much as veal?
Nov 2016
6:00pm, 22 Nov 2016
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Sharkie
I agree, Winded.

Quite a good little piece in the Guardian yesterday: theguardian.com

I knew that Northern Europeans were FAR less likely to be lactose intolerant than Asians for example - but dozily hadn't twigged it was a genetic adaptation. Like my red hair and pale (yellow) skin.
Nov 2016
6:02pm, 22 Nov 2016
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Dave.O
When we run out of milk in our depot someone will whizz up the shops and buy some, even i've brought it and don't even drink the stuff. But when the main office run out the tight gits moan and complain and then come over to our depot and ask for some. Surprises me how fucking tight some people are that they won't even spend a pound on some milk.
Nov 2016
6:04pm, 22 Nov 2016
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Winded
People enjoy pork/bacon and pigs are quite intelligent. Mrs W abstains from meat but I like it - but then I'd be happy to go out and get it from the wild and I doubt that is true of the people in that video.
Nov 2016
6:08pm, 22 Nov 2016
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stilldreaming
Without getting all political (and I could), dairy farming in this country is in a critical condition and many farmers are producing milk at a loss, or selling up and getting out altogether. Sad times :-( If you're interested, some very interesting reading here dairy.ahdb.org.uk
Nov 2016
6:16pm, 22 Nov 2016
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Winded
It's been going that way for 25 years.

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I just paid £1 for 4 pints in Tesco. The Beeb says it was 23p a pint in 1986. Pretty amazing - and ...
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