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Production process----Lola How the item is made? Based on our research, milk is a perishable commodity. The major materials  we used in producing milk are the dairy cows. The cows need to assume hay,  water, corn, silage, DDG-Gluten, SBM-Soy best, Grain, Other Feed- Supplements, The average composition of cow's milk is 87.2% water, 3.7%  milk fat, 3.5% protein, 4.9% lactose, and 0.7% ash. This composition varies  from cow to cow and breed to breed.  A typical dairy cow weighs 1,400  pounds and consumes about 50 pounds of dry matter each day. The average  cow drinks from 30 to 50 gallons of water each day, about a bathtub's worth.  i  The supply for those materials is sufficient and saturate in the market. We  may not expect too many fluctuations in these materials in the near future.  Here is the price structure that we offer (please be advised the prices may  change and quantity can become limited). Barn Stored Small Square Hay - 
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  • Winter '12
  • Wallin
  • milk production, grass alfalfa mix, Barn Stored Small, Small Square Hay, Stored Small Square, typical dairy cow

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