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March 22, 2012
A cow sticks its head out of a pen to eat feed on the 35-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export...
Tangshan, China
A cow sticks its head out of a pen to eat feed on the 35-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export...
A cow sticks its head out of a pen to eat feed on the 35-hectare farm managed by New Zealand dairy export giant Fonterra Co-operative Group in Hangu County, near the city of Tangshan around 250 km (155 miles) east of Beijing March 15, 2012. The dairy farm is part of a new international investment strategy by Fonterra, the world's largest dairy cooperative, that involves the building and operating of its own large-scale dairy farms, so it can be certain of the quality of the dairy products it sells. The investment comes after Fonterra's original NZ$200 million investment in China with state-owned partner Sanlu, that collapsed in 2008 following revelations that its baby formula was fatally contaminated by the chemical compound melamine. Picture taken March 15, 2012. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH ANIMALS FOOD)
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