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Name: Rebecca J.
Status: other
Age: 30s
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Date: Saturday, November 16, 2002


Question:
How do milk cows get all the calcium they put in their milk?



Replies:
Grains are low in calcium, but some species of grass (buffalo grass in particular) and legumes (alfalfa, clovers) contain a lot of calcium.

Richard E. Barrans Jr., Ph.D.
PG Research Foundation, Darien, Illinois


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