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Milk is consumed by almost everyone, everyday. It is the only resource that is next to water. Milk is one of the sources of nutrients cows have that protect them. When humans consume the milk, we also consume the rich nutrients along with it. That is why people might say thing such as "milk is good for you." Well if you heard that before, you heard right. The one and only way to produce rich milk is by getting them from cows. Typically cows spend about 8 hours eating, 8 hours sleeping and 8 hours chewing their cud. They eat about 40-45 kg of feed each day. In order to get really thick and rich milk, the cow they milk is excreted from must be fed and taken care of. Cows are usually provided with a fresh pack of grass in the morning after milking and another fresh pack grass in the evening after milking. They can also be fed grains or hay but they mostly tend to be fed with products that consist soy. Since soy gives off many nutrients and strength. Each cow is usually milked around two times a day. Sometimes this number
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