IN AUTUMN WE ALL GET OLDER AGAIN

IT IS COLD IN THE MIDWEST, WINTER IS COMING, AND DEspite our best efforts, we are still getting older. The fabulous anti-aging vitamin cathline-b, discovered in burdock and the fiddlehead fern, was discovered too late for us; bales of burdock wouldn't make us a minute younger. In the pasture, where our burdock grows, Holsteins recline, chewing their cud. Cud is food previously eaten, then regurgitated into the mouth for further chewing. This is how a cow's digestive system works, how we get milk. A Holstein lies in the pasture, eating vomit, thinking about her career.

Holsteins are hardworking Danish cows who...

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