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 Post subject: Holy Louis Pasteur, Batman! Til WHICH cOWS cOME hOME?
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I guess some writers -- and, thankfully -- some R&D folks are chewing their, er, cuds over these matters. Ah, but I'll stop and share these udder words:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/health/nutriti ... spartandhp


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 Post subject: Re: Holy Louis Pasteur, Batman! Til WHICH cOWS cOME hOME?
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If there is a way to milk the situation for more money at less cost, and the regulatory environment remains favorable to the producers (rather than consumers), expect to see a big advertising campaign.


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You, Good Sir, rang the bell!


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