It’s a good idea to eat dairy, because they are good for you.
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that people who ate more dairy foods were three times more likely to live longer than people who didn’t.
This is a good thing, says Dr. Scott F. Miller, a nutritionist and author of Dairy Cows.
“Dairy is the most widely consumed dairy product in the US, and it’s a source of the essential fatty acids we need to stay healthy,” Miller said.
And yet, Miller cautions that not everyone can afford the extra cost.
“People may not have the money or resources to purchase a dairy cow,” he said.
Here are a few things you should know about dairy cows.
The biggest cow in the U.S. Most dairy cows are kept in sheds with no air conditioning, making them an excellent place to live.
A typical cow produces 2,400 pounds of milk a year.
“The main thing is keeping them warm and dry, and they also produce a lot of milk for the milkman,” Miller explained.
“They don’t get any milk for themselves, so it’s good for the cows, too.”
Miller said dairy cows tend to have fewer calves, because calves are typically smaller than the average cow.
“A cow will produce two or three calves a year,” he explained.
Miller recommends getting your cow a mix of grass and grass-fed cows to avoid cross-breeding, which can be harmful to the health of the animals.
The best dairy cow breed The following breeds are considered to be the best in the industry, according to the American Dairy Science Association: Canadian Creamery Calf Dairy Calf Milk Cow Dairy Cattle (USDA) All-American Calf Canadian Calf American Calf (US Department of Agriculture) American Cattle Calf White Calf All-America (US USDA) American Cow All-Mighty (US Dairy Council) Dairy Producers of America (DPA) American Milk Producers Association (AMPA) All American (DFA)