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But far less unique and exciting.

What about goats instead of a cow? You could more easily keep the two genders and goat's milk ice cream is really good. They also might dispose of other refuse. Don't goats eat anything almost?
Don't forget, kid is almost as yummy as lamb! Two for one deal!

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Got so tired of goat, big difference between goats for crew and for curry Still working on getting tired of beef.
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cows dont give milk unless they have a baby ... they dont have babies unless there us a lot of bull around--you could well do it---could work--as long as the bull is flowing, the rest should work out nicely....say hay to mayor of ny for me...lol

ooh yes--and it will definitely test your newly installed composting head...
Teach the cow how to read sailnet. There is a lot of bull here.
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In the days of yore; long before there were freezers and A/C. Carrying livestock was the only means of having fresh meat. But those ships had pens built for easy handling the bullocks, pigs and chickens. Plus they had to have stowage for the feed also. Run out of feed and guest whose pet cow ends up in the stew pot.
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Cow stands on deck of stranded ship Matthew Flinders on King Island - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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