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The Pus in Milk

Due to the constant exploitation of dairy cows, these animals are commonly sick with infections such as mastitis and the USDA keeps claiming that “pus” from infected udders (which then is passed on to milk) doesn’t have an effect on human health. Dr. Michael Greger explains why the dairy industry continues to demand that American milk retains the highest allowable “somatic cell” (pus) concentration in the world in spite of the health risks.

Appallingly, the dairy industry claims that this "pus" is pasteurized, to what Dr. Greger replies, “But just as parents may not want to feed their children fecal matter in meat even if it’s irradiated fecal matter, they might not want to feed their children pasteurized pus." To read the article, please visit How much pus is there in milk?:
http://nutritionfacts.org/blog/2011/09/08/how-much-pus-is-there-in-milk/

Dairy cows are relentlessly and callously abused from birth to death. The dairy industry is so heartless that the suffering of these innocent creatures is of no importance as long as they produce profit. In fact, not only has the dairy industry commoditized God’s animals, but has made it clear and obvious that human health is of no importance, either. Why should any of us support an industry that abuses God’s animals and spreads sickness in humans?

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