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TheCalfAtFootDairy®️ Sep 21
September early morning marsh walks back to the farm for milking, can't beat em, especially as at this stage I'm starting to think about my eggs on toast for breakfast. =
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Chris van Tulleken 🏳️‍🌈 6m
Replying to @parkerflash
The best bit about abdominal TB is the excitement of waiting through all the months to years of increasingly invasive testing
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Balsam 10h
An alarming example of irresponsible journalism. kills harmful bacteria. can carry dangerous (e.g. Salmonella, E. coli, Listeria, Campylobacter) that cause food poisoning. “Britain’s taste for old-fashioned milk”
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Christine Page 8h
Nice article on unprocessed If you're looking for check out the Where to Buy page of the Raw Milk Producers Association who's members combined have over 600yrs experience in the safe production of raw drinking milk.
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Christine Page Sep 14
The cows love this paddock, which is predominant & I love it too as their butterfats & production always go up. They turn this green stuff into rich, nutritious, creamy goodness. The !
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BC Herdshare Assn. Sep 20
The BC Fresh Milk Project has performed 672 foodborne disease pathogen tests on 168 samples - with zero pathogens found. How many more tests need be done to prove that milk produced with training is not a "health hazard"?
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FOODTURE 9h
Yep in Tipperary in Mayo both organic micro dairies with traditional breed cows selling all milk and other dairy goods direct to customers in glass bottle - no co-op's, no chemicals, just species rich grass making creamy milk 🐂☺️
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Natalie 6h
Dicing with danger this Sunday with my weekend treat of raw milk
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St. Jude Cheese Sep 20
Blake is handing out tastings of St.Jude to everyone visiting ⁦ in Bra, Italy
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Rosie Fewings 🇪🇺 Sep 20
After preschool trip to the milk vending machine for a milkshake
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JayzeeB Sep 15
Heads up and fans. Please follow to see how you can help them continue producing from happy which = sound
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BC Herdshare Assn. Sep 20
This month, the trained 16 WA State and 32 BC farmers in best practices for producing safe, clean, delicious . Thanks to all who attended our 4-hour training sessions and invited us to your farms.
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Karina Díaz 🍉 23h
For the sake of safety, I’m not giving any more air. Instead, here’re some thoughts on : Nutritionally not equivalent to milk; ok profile. Organoleptically, fairly acceptable, but not superior to —to me, anyway.
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Audrey Bouton 12h
Thanks for the invitation to cheese tasting at Cravero cellars . Nice passionate cheese mongers and retailers to exchange with. ac
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Herb's Country Store Sep 20
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Organic Live Food Sep 13
How we have become a culture that considers , n safe, but n compost-grown tomatoes unsafe:
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BC Herdshare Assn. Sep 20
Find the BC Herdshare Association on Facebook
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Fish 4h
Replying to @Scientits @jayrayner1
Genuine question, how is drinking different to eating unpasteurised cheese which is readily available to buy supermarket?
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Helen Lloyd Sep 21
From Blog : Milk. Raw Whole Milk vs. Homogenized Pasteurized whole-fat, Low-fat or Skimmed Milk.And, does milk cause infertility?
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Roy Cook #FBPE 5h
I grew up on a dairy farm for first 17 years of my life. We had every day without problems Human gut has adjusted over millennia to # Modern milk undergoes multiple industrial processes It is alien to our gut and causes multiple as well as
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