Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Pocket Farming

Sometimes bigger isn't better. Concerned about the quality of the milk in supermarkets? Just raise your own cattle herd.

Cuban Rancher Raul Hernandez has bred a herd of miniature cows that are a little over 3 feet tall. Despite their small size, they are able to provide about a gallon of milk per day if fed a diet of grass and weeds.

This is taking the Stonyfield farms "have a cow" concept to new extremes!

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