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Old 03-22-2011, 08:54 AM   #21
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...if you were a really good kid, your mom would scoop the frozen cream off the top and mix it with sugar for a morning treat.

Did your siblings tell you about that?
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We did sometimes drink the milk right after the cow was milked when I was a kid. Grandpa also would squirt the milk right from the cow into the cat's mouth. Those cats would stand around every time Grandpa milked the cow, and when Grandpa would "feed" them us grandkids would literly roll in the hay laughing. Great memories. Thanks.
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Gosh, thse were the days. Grandpa would put the freshly milked milk (hm) goat or cow, I love both, into seller for me, I hate warm milk. And when it got cold I would drink it with a chocolate candy. Ah, the memories. Nowadays it is nearly impossible to find raw milk. Farmers are afraid to sell it, due to stupid laws.
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