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Max Paape, 80, a U.S. Agriculture Department dairy research scientist credited with developing medical methods of fighting bovine mastitis, an inflammatory disease that affects cow udders, died May 26 at a hospital in Bethesda, Md.
Another remedy for consumption was for the ill person to go to the barn before dawn, lie under a cow and receive the milk directly from the udder.
The rescuers were baffled—until one of them noticed milk dripping from her udders: Karma had recently had a baby calf.
For those still stuck at the cow’s udder, though, this resource-saving jug is just the thing.
Each morning, Crispin Hernandez, then a dairy worker in upstate New York, would wake up at dawn and shuffle cows one by one into milking chutes, then sanitize and massage their teats before affixing a milking machine to each udder.
Futuristic Feminist Novel Magda’s breasts swung like the udders of two cows that had full autonomy over their bodies and were free to make the choices that suited them.
Farmer Sue McCloskey and her husband, Mike, have found a way to fight that shocking statistic, with nothing udder than manure: Each day, it's put into an anaerobic digester, which breaks down waste and collects the gas released in the process.
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