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  1. Why does the Indy 500 winner drink milk?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Why does the Indy 500 winner drink milk? According to the Speedway, it all started with legendary driver Louis Meyer, Why does the Indy 500 winner drink milk? SPEEDWAY, Ind. - Why does the Indy 500 winner drink milk? According to the Speedway, it all started with legendary driver Louis Meyer, Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1HqFtai Ryan Hunter-Reay splashes cold milk on his head after winning the 2014 Indianapolis 500.

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  2. Do better on milk price info, Fonterra toldRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Waikato Times

    Fonterra is being called on to publicly report milk price guidance monthly throughout the season and to sharpen its communication performance as the dairy industry holds its breath for the new season's opening forecast this week. Directors are widely expected to announce a grim opening advance as part of a total forecast in the low $5kg milksolids range anytime from Wednesday on.

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  3. Fonterra unit investors kick unit values after interim resultRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    ... The unit value has risen in the past two days to 4.95 on Friday. Fonterra is set to update its current-season Farmgate Milk Price and give its opening price for the new milking year on May 28. Davies said unit traders had been taking note of ...

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  4. Why does Indy 500 winner drink milk?Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | USA Today

    ... hot weather. (Hey, we don't judge here. Dude won three times. Whatever works.) The Speedway says an executive with the Milk Foundation saw that moment in a newspaper photo and "vowed to make sure it would be repeated in coming years." The track says ...

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  5. 15 Eating Habits That Make You Live LongerRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Switched

    ... which aren't exposed to high levels of mercury or other chemicals. The human digestive system isn't optimized for cow's milk, which happens to be high in fat and sugar. People in the Blue Zones get their calcium from plants. (A cup of cooked kale, ...

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  6. Daily nutritional requirements for men greater, says Dr. Corey HebertRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | WDSU-TV New Orleans

    ... AMOUNT IS 800 MG OF CALCIUM PER DAY, WHICH YOU CAN EASILY GET FROM 3 SERVINGS OF LOW-FAT OR FAT-FREE DAIRY SUCH AS MILK, YOGURT, AND CHEESE, OR FROM NONDAIRY SOURCES LIKE KALE, BROCCOLI, SALMON, SPINACH, OR WHOLE-WHEAT BREAD. SO GUYS, NOW THAT YOU ...

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  7. Cornell study: no link between poor water quality, dairy cow milk productionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    Some research has shown dairy cows produce less milk when given water that smells like rotten eggs because of its high sulfur content - suggesting they're not drinking enough because of the taste. A 91-farm study across six counties in the north country, however, concluded that water-quality issues at dairy farms don't appear to have an impact on the milk production of cows.

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  8. Doctor K: Iron pills can help raise hemoglobin - Sat, 23 May 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Spokesman-Review

    ... an iron supplement. One standard 325 milligram ferrous gluconate pill each day should be enough. Don't take iron with milk, antacids or calcium, which block iron absorption. Taking the pill with orange juice or 250 milligrams of vitamin C can help ...

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  9. Give assistance to dairy farmersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Observer

    Lately I have received many calls from dairy farmers who belong to dairy cooperatives. In addition, two cooperative directors have told me there were many dairy officials that felt the Federal Milk Marketing Improvement Act was certainly the way to go.

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  10. PHOTO: Should you be drinking milk?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    For many of us, cow's milk is the first thing we remember drinking, and we've always been told it's a healthy choice: It's packed with calcium and fortified with vitamin D, both of which are essential for building strong bones. And despite the saturated fat, milk is a great source of protein that can keep you fuller longer-and thus might help with weight loss .

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  11. Packaged Facts: Almond and coconut milk on fire; soy milk on the skids; skim milk losing shareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | FoodNavigator

    Packaged Facts is predicting continued double-digit growth for almond milk in the next five years, and reckons it could increase its dollar share of the US retail dairy and dairy alternative beverages market from 5% in 2014 to 19% in 2019. According to IRI multi-outlet data* US retail sales of almond milk rose from $686.6m in 2013 to $946m in 2014 , a 38% rise.

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  12. Canada's Food Guide has been around for 73 years - critics say...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | National Post

    ... juices of either, and one serving of "other fruits, fresh, canned or dried." Adults were advised to drink one pint of milk a day, while children more than one pint "and some cheese, as available." It called for one serving of meat, fish or meat ...

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  13. How to Make MozzarellaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Men's Journal

    We love fresh mozzarella on our pizzas and in our caprese salads, and turns out making it at home couldn't be simpler, in fact this whole process can be done in under 15 minutes! Choosing the right cheese curd is one of the most important steps in the process, says Matthew Gallira, Founder of The Atlantic Ave Company and Co-Founder of Big Mozz , a stand operated every Saturday and Sunday at Smorgasburg in Brooklyn, New York. Put simply, curd is the result of separating milk into liquid and solid using rennet, and an acid.

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  14. US casts doubt on hopes for dairy price recoveryRead the original story

    Friday | Agrimoney.com

    US officials, raising doubts over Chinese dairy demand, questioned the market consensus of a recovery in diary output prices ahead, despite cutting expectations for New Zealand milk production. The US Department of Agriculture's Wellington bureau cut by 710,000 tonnes, to 21.4m tonnes, its forecast for New Zealand milk output in 2015, citing a "period of consolidation" among producers faced with their lowest milk prices in seven years.

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  15. Fonterra shareholders urged to stay loyal in spite of Chinese-driven temptationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Stuff.co.nz

    ... 'I'm threatening to leave', and I can't understand it all. "Sure [Fonterra] haven't performed and with this organic milk factory, it's an opportunity and people are down a but for rural New Zealand this is an employment opportunity, so it's good for ...

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  16. Chinese take milk battle to FonterraRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Stuff.co.nz

    ... dairy factory in Otorohanga. Credit: Supplied. Another Chinese dairy factory is setting up shop in Waikato and taking milk straight from the farm - at a time when our largest co-operative appears vulnerable. Hong Kong based company He Run ...

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  17. Maine Legislature could vote on raw milk bill next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The sponsor of a Maine proposal to loosen the restrictions on raw milk sales in the state says the measure could go before the full Legislature for a vote soon. Rep. William Noon's proposal would allow dairy farmers to sell unpasteurized milk directly to customers without a license.

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  18. Healthy Convenience Store Foods for Your Next Road TripRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Time

    ... snacks like string cheese can help. Grab a couple of these and you'll get as much calcium as you would from a glass of milk. What's more, their protein (one piece supplies 7 grams) helps you focus and stay alert behind the wheel. For a balanced ...

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  19. Fancy a glass of raw milk? One local farmer swears by it and says it...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Lancashire Telegraph

    Fancy a glass of raw milk? One local farmer swears by it and says it even helps disruptive children... A RIMINGTON dairy farmer says raw milk can sooth even the most disruptive children and has been hailed by cancer patients. He is now in discussion with Manchester University to carry out tests on people drinking raw, pasteurised and also homogenised milk to see if there are any changes to the subject's blood.

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  20. 13 Types of Milk that Do Your Body GoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Shape

    The days when your biggest milk decision was whole versus skim are long gone-milk options now take up nearly half an aisle at the supermarket. Whether you want variety with your morning meal or simply a non-dairy option that doesn't taste like cardboard, there's an option out there for you! With the help of Alexandra Caspero, R.D., owner of weight management and sports nutrition service Delish Knowledge , we broke down the nutrition data for some of the most popular milk varieties-and even included your safest bet for what to pair each with.

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