June is National Pus Month and we have a suggested motto
for milk producers: Have you had your billion (pus cells)
Today is the first day of June, and you know what
that means, right?
June is the month for dads, grads and dairy ads.
Ads? That's right. June is National Dairy Month!
So, now that National Dairy Month is here again, let's
pay tribute to the folks who give us pus with hormones.
The dairy industry has one thing to celebrate in June
of 2004. The average number of pus cells per liter of
milk has fallen for the first time in many years by
a factor of about 3 million cells per liter! In 2003,
the average number of pus cells in one liter of
American milk was only 319 million. My sincere congrats
to all dairy producers! (Next year's drop will astound
almost everyone. Readers of this column should not
be surprised. As the use of the genetically engineered
bovine growth hormone comes to an end, the cows will
be less stressed, so that milk will contain less pus.)
Get ready for milkmustachmania. An enormous campaign
is about to be waged. Make no mistake about it. This
is war. You are the intended target and the victim.
Even that new absurd formula disaster movie (The
Day After Tomorrow) contains a scene in which one
of the good guys drinks a tall glass of Farmland
milk (container prominently displayed). When the
world turns to ice, all of the milk turns to ice
cream. The only good thing that comes from this
boring dialogue-poor movie is that even the cream
turns to ice.
Make no mistake about what is coming. Your senses
are about to be bombarded by the well financed
and brilliantly planned dairy invasion.
Be prepared to read thousands of pro-dairy articles.
Next Wednesday's New York Times food section will probably
feature ice creams or cheeses. It happens every year
about this time. Be prepared to see thousands more
ads in newspapers and magazines, placed there by
those who induce the media with dollars to promote
You'll see nightly TV news stories extolling the
virtues of milk. You will be told that milk cures
halitosis and zits. You'll see happy cows grazing in
fields, and baseball players sporting milk mustaches.
They (the National Fluid Milk Processors Promotion
Board) have been working for many months, planning
their media assault upon our sensibilities.
Children will soon be leaving schools for summer
vacations, and the forced milk consumption program
will take a break until those kids return next
September. The dairy industry solution? Feed them
more concentrated milk products over the summer.
Production at cheese and ice cream plants shifts
into overtime mode as liquid milk consumption
Great time to increase the price of milk to over
$4 per gallon, dairy-dudes. You'll be paying the
price for that poor economic decision shortly. Hit
Americans in the pocketbook and they have long
Happy dairy month!
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