18 responses

  1. Punning
    November 16, 2010

    Very amoosing. Butter drink some calfeine and beef up on the other competitors in this field otherwise your article is close to coming off eggactly as a company advertisement.

    Alright, now I herd all you calfs and calf-nots saying that I’m just milking it and that it cud be a big miss steak to mootilate this post with other companies’ range of produce. But that’s just grazy talk. I won’t hide; your criticisms come in one ear and outta’ the udder.

    • Adsaenz
      November 17, 2010

      Damn spambots keep getting weirder and weirder.

  2. Aprice
    November 17, 2010

    One point that you didn’t make in the article that milk farmers would know, but others perhaps not: the milk production of a cow is VERY strongly related to how stressed they are. A happy cow may produce many TIMES as much milk as an even mildly stressed one. Hence, some farmers pay high prices for the best hay, pipe classical music into barns etc. These farmers would be very excited by the prospects of happier cows. :)

  3. Joey1058
    November 17, 2010

    I saw an article on robot milkers several years ago. It’s good to know that the cows are leading the way in working with the overlords. :-)

  4. heffe
    November 17, 2010

    Anyone ever consider the effect automation has on our monetary, labor for income economy? This is a trend that continues exponentially, and will continually displace workers from their jobs because of more efficient technological applications. This is what some call the “Contradiction of Capitalism”, because as companies seek more efficiency and profits through reduced labor, this will displace consumer purchasing power further hurting our already decaying economy. Look up resource based economy

    • Oscar Gomez
      November 18, 2010

      Wow, clearly automating all labor is getting easier and easier as technology gets better. I just looked up this resource based economy thing, and everything it says is definitely the direction technology these days can easily do. Too bad we live in a backstabbing profit motivated system. Otherwise once the infrastructure is set up to milk cows, they could produce it for free for anyone to have.

      • Devin Licastro
        November 18, 2010

        I agree, examples of technology like this is continuing to prove how possible, practical and maybe even necessary the resource based economy seems.

  5. Ivan Malagurski
    November 19, 2010

    TDS…priceless :)
    Ivan Malagurski

  6. khorporative
    March 8, 2012

    It still requires a regular rape of a cow and killing her baby after birth, does not it?

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