Paddock to Table (where milk comes from) Wooden Puzzle with Image Tray
Dairy cows typically spend their days eating, sleeping, and chewing their cud. They wander around grazing, eating fresh grass. A cow is ready to milk when her udder is full. The cows get milked and then the milk is stored in a vat until the milk tanker picks it up to deliver to the factory. At the factory site the milk is stored in refrigerated silos before processing. The milk undergoes pasteurization, homogenization, separation and further processing. Now the milk is ready to be packaged for delivery to the stores. The milk travels through pipes to the automatic packaging machines that fills and seals the milk into containers. As the containers move through the assembly line, a date is printed on each of them to show how long the milk will stay fresh. After packaging, the milk is finally ready for the customers.