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Intern Cole Trager, 19, of Brooklyn, N.Y., screws on the tops to mason jars full of fresh milk at the E Z Rocking Ranch April 11 in Recluse, Wyo. Trager found farmer Frank Wallis through the Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms program and has been interning for Wallis since mid-February. Wallis, who currently has nine milking cows on his ranch for raw milk, says it takes approximately six hours a day to milk the cows. Trager says the work has been fun and rewarding. (Leah Millis, Star-Tribune)

SD raw milk farmers upset about 2nd rules hearing

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RAPID CITY (AP) -- Western South Dakota farmers who produce raw milk are unhappy about having to make a second trip to Pierre next week to comment on revised state rules governing the sale of unpasteurized milk.

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