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Archeaology: The Milk Revolution

In the 1970s, archaeologist Peter Bogucki was excavating a Stone Age site in the fertile plains of central Poland when he came across an assortment of odd artefacts. The people who had lived there around 7,000 years ago were among central Europe's first farmers, and they had left behind fragments of pottery dotted with tiny holes.

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That was really interesting. I never thought about how milk was used in the past.I would of thought they collected cows for meat not dairying.Dairying was such a good idea for that period of time. 08-28-2015 11:23pm

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