posted on Dec, 6 2013 @ 11:47 AM
Ain't gonna happen, because nobody is going to pay $8 for a gallon of 'modified sweat gland production of bovines designed for the strict
nutritional needs of baby calves'...
And breastfeeding isn't free, the calories have to come from somewhere, although granted most American women have plenty of calories stored up to use
in just such a fashion.
People will default to drinking water, which if they can source it without fluoride will be all to the good, and ice cream will become the luxury it
was originally, not the almost every day thing that people seem to expect.
If the dairy farmers can't sell their production at realistic prices, the market should take over, rather than the subsidized situation they've had
for decades, and they'll be forced to sell their herds to the hamburger producers, and maybe go into something that makes more sense longterm, like
aquaponics (which thankfully doesn't require twice a day milking, expensive equipment, and 24/7/365 hard work.
Also, you might want to look into the connection between modern dairy 'standards' and the US pandemic of unreported Crohn's disease in humans.
Turns out there's a disease in dairy cattle caused by a tuberculin-like bug that exactly matches Crohn's; the bug is not killed by pasteurization
and since commercial dairy products are a mixture of hundreds of individual cows, the chances of being exposed to this disease are pretty good with
regular consumption. Crohn's can be extremely debilitating and even fatal in severe cases, and the dairy industry is terrified that word will get
out (like mad cow disease did a few years back).