16 Mar '17, 1pm

Profitable "Free Range" Milk & False Claims In The Guardian:

errs in maintaining that this new “free range” initiative is in any way for the benefit of the cows. The Pasture Promise label – heralded as the only label consumers can trust when it comes to milk as it’s certified by the NSF – “guarantees” that the cows have been grazing outdoors for at least 180 days of the year. It is said that they spend an hour in the “yard” before and after milking, and that they must be grazed within 400 metres of water. On the Pasture Promise website, they claim that they only require grazing for half the year because the cows are “better off” inside for the other 6 months. It’s rather bizarre how they claim to value a “fundamental expression of natural behaviour for dairy cows” when the institution of animal exploitation can not be identified as “natural” in any meaningful sense. In the case of dairy cows, that means artificial insemination and t...

Full article: http://www.ecorazzi.com/2017/03/16/profitable-free-range-...

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