Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Jenni - 3 Sep 2005
I'm 12 and a HUGE animal lover. I am also a vegetarian. I wanted your opinion about something.
I live in a rural area, and less that a mile away is what I like to call a "happy farm". A local farmer milks cows for diary products-but he has the maximum 25 cows and a huge barn with everything a cow needs for a happy life.
You can even SEE him PERSONALLY milk the cow, and I've even pet some before.
Do you think that it is ok for my family to buy our diary products there?
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you for writing, again.
If you need to buy milk it is probably best to buy from a farm like the one you describe.
Like all dairy farms, they have to keep the cows pregnant, even when they don't want to be, in order to have them give milk. Do you know what they do with the baby male calves?
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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