THE VENERABLE COW,

And The Gift Of Milk.

Photo by David Toman on Unsplash

Milk:

When the Pilgrims arrived in Plymouth in 1620 without livestock, over half were dead by Spring. However, the survivors recovered from malnutrition when the ship, ‘Charity’ came with three heifers and a bull the following March. By 1626 the Pilgrims had plenty of milk, butter, and cheese.

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