From Moo to You: The Story of Milk

From Moo to You: The Story of Milk

Isn't that a pretty label (no it is not)
"we love our cows" then takes baby away from its mother as soon as they're born
I love milk 🐄
Now what do we want? Milk! Milk! Milk!!!
This is a COMMERCIAL, not a documentary. They have an get money. Why wouldn't they paint you a pretty picture. Please use your critical thinking skills people and quit letting yourself be brainwashed. Time for the world to change.
The 7 year Tribulation of disasters is about to hit the earth as the Bible talks about. Only those that follow Jesus Christ will escape in the Rapture! Repent and follow Jesus now before its to late!
So, where do the male babies go? >:)
Necklaces, earrings, daycare?? Talking to dairy consumers like the fools they are
Where's the boy baby cows then??
People aren't mindless idiots!!A cow has to be made pregnant give birth and have their baby taken from them.
4:51 that's a good reference for the food the eat
I wish all cows were treated like this but no...
thank you! it really helps me🙂
What a load of bullshit. PROPAGANDA. Stop indoctrinating children!!! :(
F...k off stupid vegans. Cows and all other animals ARE and always will be for eating, u stupid vegans enjoy chewing grass. These YUMMY calfs, one day gonna be big cows and gonna end up in my mouth
Releas them all you fuckings monsters die in hell
I'm totally not against cow farming. I live on a homestead myself but this just comes off as propaganda 🤣
Cow's milk is meant for baby cows, not for humans!
This is actually disgusting the back story of how your milk gets on your table is horrible plz do t do this to the animals
So they separate the calf from the mother to feed it "colostrum" which is basically milk that comes from a cow that just had a baby? What the fuck? Why not just leave it with the mom then?
i dont know much but i KNOW cows should never eat CORN... i pay extra money for grass fed cow meat milk itc...

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Agro Space

Agricultural economics refers to economics as it relates to the "production, distribution and consumption of [agricultural] goods and services".

The word agriculture is a late Middle English adaptation of Latin agricultūra, from ager, "field", and cultūra, "cultivation" or "growing".