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Milk. Eat. Cows eat up to 8 times a day!. Calf. A cow makes milk when she has a calf. Milk. A cow makes milk after she has a calf. The mother cow makes a very special milk for her calf; it is called colostrum. Colostrum has extra vitamins and protein and is very good for the calf. Weaned.

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Eat
  • Cows eat up to 8 times a day!
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Calf
  • A cow makes milk when she has a calf.
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Milk
  • A cow makes milk after she has a calf. The mother cow makes a very special milk for her calf; it is called colostrum. Colostrum has extra vitamins and protein and is very good for the calf.
weaned
Weaned
  • Even after the calf is weaned, the mother cow still makes milk. In fact, milk cows produce up to 8 gallons of milk per day. Milk is stored in the cow’s udder. The udder is a large bag with four teats. Now she is ready to be milked.
milking parlor
Milking Parlor
  • The cows go to the milking parlor where the dairy farmer washes their teats. A milking machine with four teat cups is attached to the cow and the milk is cooled and pumped into a large storage tank. Milking never hurts the cow.
raw milk
Raw Milk
  • Raw milk is cooled to 38 degrees and is stored in refrigerated storage tanks. A truck comes to pick up the milk daily and take it to the processing plant. The truck driver sample tests the milk before pumping it into the truck to make sure it's safe to drink. Milk trucks have very large shiny metal tanks to carry the milk. Each truck has a special feature to keep it cool, it's like a thermos on wheels... it's insulated.
sampled
Sampled
  • Raw milk is sampled and checked again and then pumped from the milk truck into a storage tank. Next, the milk is sent to the homogenizer and the pasteurizer. Homogenized means the same all the way through. In this step, the butter fat is broken up and mixed into the rest of the milk. Pasteurization is quickly heating the milk to 145 degrees Fahrenheit, which kills any bacteria that are in the milk.
different types
Different Types
  • There are many different milk and dairy products that fit into every diet – from whole milk to skim. All types of milk are put into bottles and cartons and taken to grocery stores for you to buy. Milk is good for you.