In the early days of the Soil & Health Association, consuming raw cow’s milk was hardly mentioned and didn’t make headlines like it does today, 75 years later. During that time the number of dairy factories in New Zealand has diminished from 400 cooperatives in 1930 to one major manufacturer, Fonterra, and half a dozen smaller companies dotted around the country.
Ethan aged eight months with two sources of nutrition: mum Carla, and Buttercup the cow. Photo: Janette Perrett
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