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    Mini-cows

    For between £200 and £2,000, people can buy a cow that stands no taller than a large German shepherd dog, gives 16 pints of milk a day that can be drunk unpasteurised, keeps the grass “mown” and will be a family pet for years before ending up in the freezer.

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    Re: Mini-cows

    Get back to me when they're the size of a small beagle.


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    Re: Mini-cows

    Quote Originally Posted by alaskaguy View Post
    and will be a family pet for years before ending up in the freezer.
    I'm sorry, but I don't care how tasty my family pet may or may not be, I'm not eating it.



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    Re: Mini-cows

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    I'm sorry, but I don't care how tasty my family pet may or may not be, I'm not eating it.

    Boooo. The way I feed my dog from the couch and kitchen he is gonna be delicious!


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    Re: Mini-cows

    Grass fed cows for slaughter, no thanks. Corn fed cows produce so much better meat. If they are as small as they claim how much meat can you really get off them. We eat over a half a 1,200 lbs cow a year in our house (and no we do not eat 600lbs of meat, there is a lot weight on a cow besides meat). 3 years old for meat is pushing it for good meat. What do you feed it in the winter? It may not be as good of a deal as they let on. Cows should never be called pets.


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