Moo Moo Farms Plans to Import 1,000 Cows

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Re: Moo Moo Farms Plans to Import 1,000 Cows

Post by davegorman » Thu Dec 20, 2018 7:39 pm

How much milk do 300 cows produce a year, without harming them?
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Re: Moo Moo Farms Plans to Import 1,000 Cows

Post by Barang chgout » Thu Dec 20, 2018 7:44 pm

davegorman wrote:How much milk do 300 cows produce a year, without harming them?
Define without harm.
We ai them and take their calves.
Yeah, yeah, I now, I've worked fairly too.
Friesian averages around 25- 30 litres a day for around 10 outa 12 months.
Want no life?
Milk cows.

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Re: Moo Moo Farms Plans to Import 1,000 Cows

Post by Duncan » Fri Dec 21, 2018 8:30 am

PIEMAN wrote:
Thu Dec 20, 2018 7:04 pm
:bow: one lucky guy,seen it tasted it but never seen it on the shelves anywhere :please:


Hint ;; It's not located on the shelf between the ABC Stout and the Gazburge beer.
Cambodia,,,, Don't fall in love with her.
Like the spoilt child she is, she will not be happy till she destroys herself from within and breaks your heart.
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Re: Moo Moo Farms Plans to Import 1,000 Cows

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Fri Dec 21, 2018 9:32 pm

Apologies for the quality of this repost from the Moo-Moo Cow project website pdf, but it may be informative if you dont know about their milk business in Cambodia. Definitely a church thing, but the cows probably don't care.

Milk, Cows, and Cambodia
Some might wonder why I choose to do projects like this. It seem like a commercial milk
business is a few steps away from the humanitarian work I normally do. However, small
businesses like Moo Moo Farms, are started as a humanitarian job creation and community
development project and are really effective in creating sustainable opportunities in developing
countries.
Moo Moo Farms employs a large number of graduates from the Agriculture University in
Phonm Penh.
It gives them a chance to use the knowledge they have learned to provide for
themselves and their families. Also, since Moo Moo Farms is the first modern dairy farm in
Cambodia, and has brought in international experts to train them on how to care for the
Holstein cows, the Moo Moo Staff are now on their way to being the local experts on dairy
cows, milk processing, and packaging.
Another avenue of development is the sheer volume of feed that dairy cows require. Dairy
cows eat a lot and Moo Moo Farms buys all their fresh feed from local farmers. Which helps
these local farmers earn a living and pay for their children's education.
Businesses that are run well and operated with the best interests of the local community in
mind are amazing avenues of development and an honoring, culturally appropriate way to have
a humanitarian impact.

https://goldenhillschurch.worldsecuresy ... s-2018.pdf
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