1. Cows produce milk for the same reason why humans do―to nourish their young.
2. To keep the milk flowing, cows are artificially inseminated every year.
3. Ten months later, their calves are born, and a strong bond instantly forms between them.
4. But they won’t have much time together.
5. Typically, after one to three days, their babies are taken away from them, which causes both cow and calf extreme distress.
6. They will never see each other again.
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