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Recollections of a New Zealand Dairy Man

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By Geoffrey Morell, ND, JP New Zealand has long been recognized as a forerunner in animal husbandry, and with good reason. New Zealand's fertile paddocks support almost 49,000,000 sheep, 4,000,000 dairy cattle, and 182,000 beef cattle. New Zealand has abundant rain - averaging 67 inches per year - and a mild climate. For this reason, New Zealand dairy products have historically been prized for their quality. New Zealand butter has a natural yellow color year-long and the yellow color is especially deep at beginning of the season in August and September, indicative of the presence of plentiful...

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