Skip to comments.Palmer farm looks to learn lessons from milking musk oxen
Posted on 07/07/2014 2:48:35 PM PDT by skeptoid
It's rich and fatty and not the least bit offensive in flavor, at least according to taste tests by managers at the Musk Ox Farm in Palmer.
Last week, cows started to wean their babies, and for the first time in two decades managers decided to try milking the musk oxen.
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(short video at the site)
IBFTCYMMF(in before the “can you milk me Focker?” comments)
Their vocalizations remind me of an elephant’s “chortling snuffle”.
I would love to have some cheese made from the milk.
NOOOO!!!!! Don’t do it, it ain’t worth it!
I don’t know about the milk, but a sweater from their fur/hair would probably be pretty warm.
How much does it cost per gallon?
It’s that or the spider-goats.
They sound like Hillary?
“and for the first time in two decades managers decided to try milking the musk oxen.”
Next line: “After the coroners office found the first bits of them by the fence out in the back forty near half a mile away..”
More Cows. :)
In our normal farm parlance, an "ox" is a male animal, and the female is called "cow".
So is a female "Muskox" a "Muskcow"?
No affrontary intended for residents of a certain town in Russia... ;-)
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