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What do you mean by 'Aussie grass fed dairy cows'?
"Feed, and Grass Fed Statement
Whilst most dairy cattle in Australia are pasture fed all year round, feed comes from a combination of fresh pasture, hay/silage and grains. In the spring and summer, more of the feed comes from pasture (but more energy is also needed by the cows as this is when most milk is produced). In the Autumn and Winter, the amount of fresh pasture drops and farmers will use more hay, silage and grain in addition to the pasture. The grain and hay continues through the season though as it is used during the milking process (you could describe it as a treat given to the cows whilst being milked).
Hence, it is unlikely that any dairy product in Australia (or New Zealand) is “100% grass fed”. Certainly WPC and WPI cannot be “100% grass fed” because very many farms are required to generate the large quantities of whey required. In Europe and USA, it is even more difficult to produce “100% grass fed” product."