MI Gluten Free Gal: What I learned on a dairy farm
As some of of you have read, I was blessed to have a tour of Hudsonville Creamery . (And if you haven't read it, you should!) They also took us on a tour of Pyle Farm, which supplies their milk and cream. I'll admit that I'm a city girl through and through, and was surprised what I learned about cows, dairy farms, and the farming industry 10 things I learned on the farm 1. A dairy cow must get pregnant once a year to produce milk and cows are born year round. - Yeah, I know, this should be obvious. I've been watching way too many movies and stories of sheep being born in the spring. 2. If a cow has twins, and they are one female and one male, the female cow…
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Boys & Girls Club News: February 20
The response to our Summer Camps have been amazing! We have a few spots available, so sign up quickly The past few weeks have been all about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Basketball)! You can find pictures of some arcade game building - thanks to our friends at Best Buy & the Stoneham Business Children & Education Foundation . We also just visited Amazon Robotics ! We also had a great visit from our friend Gail Lowe of the Wakefield Item who inspired some potential future journalists and received a donation from our the Mystic Runners who ran in the stormy weather for our kids! Finally, we have so many great events coming up around our community - most recently, Free Custom Mouth Guards to our kids brought to you by Dr.…
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