Sorry. I was raised in the middle of Farmville, USA aka the southwest part of Minnesota, where your either a farmer, or you know someone who is. My grandpa was a dairy farmer, working a small op dairy family owned farm (which has been in the family for over 100 years now). He didn't do things like the big op farmers do, like give the cows hormone injections to make them produce more milk.
You also ate meat, drank milk and ate home cooked meals which, by today's standards, would be too rich in carbs and fats. Nothing fancy, just whatever came from the store or the garden.
EDIT: My grandpa and his family even drank some of the milk, before it was shipped off to be pasteurized and homogenized. Grandma got really sick from it and they've bought their milk from the stores ever since. That would be my dad's side of the family.
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Last edited by TheCrabbyTabby; 08-19-2012 at 10:06 PM.