Friday, May 11, 2012

Dairy Promotional Poster 1950's

Now they are claiming milk is bad for us.  How do things like that happen?


Bob Cline said...

Wade, I've done lots of research that involved people from the 1800s and early 1900s. Most of these folks lived to be 80 to 100 years old.

Stop and think about this. They milked a cow. They had very little in the way of refrigeration. Didn't need it for milk as they were going to milk again in 12 hours. All the cream was in the milk. Churned it into regular butter, no Parkay. No Homogenized milk, no 1% or 2% lowfat milk. WHOLE MILK.


Wade G. Burck said...

Some of the best stuff I have ever tasted was milk straight from the source, still warm. That's how we drank it. A certain amount was put into the separator(there's an amazing machine if you have ever seen one in operation) to get cream for cooking and other things, and a certain amount was kept "pure" just for drinking and growing strong bones and bodies. Call me suspicious, but I have often wondered if the studies done today, which "conclude" that animal products are bad for us, are not in fact sponsored and paid for by a part of the animal liberation front.


Bob Cline said...

The best tasting meat I ever had was Holstein. When they culled the herd ( over 800 getting milked in Montana everyday, ) they gave each of us a quarter beef about three times a year. After that, everything was tough.