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Milk Comes From a COW? by Dan Yunk
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Milk Comes From a COW?

by Dan Yunk

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0979765307, Paperback)

This book was written to educate young people, parents and teachers about where our food comes from. It is the intention of Kansas Farm Bureau (the publisher) to improve the public's knowledge about the importance farming and ranching plays in our quality of life. There are teaching aids available for this book located on Kansas Farm Bureau's official website. This book is not only educational, but fun. The book features Kailey, the author's cute little red-haired granddaughter. Kailey takes the readers on a fun tour of milk production. We invite you to join Kailey for her exciting adventure!

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