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  •   tshirtstore Awesome 2h
  •   cmadismile Im a little confused about why you are doing this? Your other pictures seem to say you are against dairy farming and milk yet this whole campaign is to get people to drink milk! 1h
  •   farminbarbie @cmadismile my thoughts exactly. She is trying to use the dairy industry's day for milk and attempting to lure people into believing the lies she has posted on this page. 41min

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theaviatorswife 7:15 am... It's only a dusting of snow but to this little guy it's at least a foot! He's so excited. Jammies on inside out and backwards did the trick! 2h

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  •   indi_pig I love dairy products, but I don't want to go and start a farm and raise animals myself, I don't have the money. So how would one go about buying dairy products from someone who doesn't treat animals like this? Where do I go? @nondairykerry 2h
  •   nondairykerry @indi_pig animal products are completely unnecessary for human consumption. Cows milk is made for a calf and only for a calf. Try alternative milks such as almond, coconut, hazelnut, cashew, rice, oat etc. its better for your health, the environment and it does not involve exploitation and killing of innocent sentient beings! 2h
  •   indi_pig @nondairykerry Okay, what about like yogurts and stuff? Do they make yogurts out of those "milks"? 2h
  •   indi_pig I don't think I could give up dairy completely but I'd like to find alternatives that don't exploit the animals 2h
  •   nondairykerry @indi_pig yes they make yoghurt out of rice, soy or coconut. They also make cheese out of cashew, macademia and almonds. More and more amazing plant-based dairy alternative businesses are thriving with their amazing products. Unfortunately all dairy/animal products involve exploitation, mutilation, young taken from them and killed. Hopefully you can find a great alternative you like! 2h
  •   farminbarbie @nondairykerry You stated that a cows milk is for the calf and only the calf. That would be fine except for the fact that all modern day dairy cows produce way more milk than the calf needs. This being said, if we were to allow the calf to suckle on the cow and use that as a means of milking her, she would soon be in excruciating pain do to the fact that she would have lots of milk left in her udder. She would continue to produce milk even though her udder was still full and her udder would be just like if a human mother didn't pump out her breasts. Cows enjoy being milked because the process of being milked releases relaxing hormones in their bodies. Not to mention they like getting the milk out of their udder. An average dairy cow's udder weighs 80lbs without milk in it. And many cows produce up to 150lbs of milk per day. So that being said, it would be cruel not to milk them because they would have so much weight hanging on them that they wouldn't want to even get up and walk around. If they wouldn't do that, they wouldn't be able to eat and then they would eventually die. I truly offer you to come to my farm and have a look around. You will not see a single unhappy animal. Their young are not killed when taken from them. The reason they are taken is the same reason human children are taken after birth. We must ensure their health and well being. Leaving the calf with the mother results in calf deaths because they get stepped on by their mothers unintentionally. They also are very prone to disease so they are taken to a clean place to be vaccinated and fed until they're full. Their young are not then killed either. I don't know where you got that information. But please if you have any questions, just ask. 1h
  •   farminbarbie The picture you posted is also quite horrifying. You're blaming dairy for the cause of cancers? That's pretty outrageous. 1h

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  •   haupt62 You're page is very interesting and helpful! 2h
  •   nondairykerry @haupt62 thank you! 2h
  •   hardyja3425 I'm just curious @nondairykerry, how many dairy farms have you taken a tour of? How many actual dairy farmers have you talked to? Or is Google your main source? 22min

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kimray02 Apparently playing outside means relocating and spreading portions of straw bales into my driveway. #farmkid 16h

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stockyardstyle The results of today's calf painting session! These charms will be available at VCCP this Friday-Sunday. #heifer #cattle #handmade #stockyardstyle #lifeofashowman #farmkid #steer #shopsmall #stockshowlife #farmlife #farm #ranch #agchat #snowday 20h

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bobbiwinsor13 Despite having one eye almost swollen shut and some scrapes my #babygirl is still all #smiles. #toughchick #farmkid #toomuchfunleadstotrouble 23h

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happygrey_productions Had an early morning start today, now onto homeschool work! Henry has already found his place to nap. #cat #cats #girl #girls #morning #farm #farmkid #nature #music #pinkfloyd #artist #art 23h

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stockyardstyle Design your own! We are getting ready for VCCP this weekend by painting new charms. Comment sold and email and breed to order your own custom steer charm. #stockshowlife #stockyardstyle #lifeofashowman #farmkid #steer #heifer #cattle #cow 1d

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stockyardstyle Charcoal Barn Hopping Tee
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