Farmer in China takes cows to city to sell milk straight from udder

A farmer has made headlines after bringing his two cows to a city and selling fresh milk straight from the udder in Zhangye, Gansu Province over the weekend.

gansu-farmmer-sells-milk-straight_from-cowThe man realized city dwellers have a taste for raw milk, reported the Chinese language China News Service.

People have been queuing in the streets to purchase the milk, which is often in short supply as there are so many customers, the seller said.

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