A reminiscence from Mr. Dubner at Freakonomics tied to a possible resurgence of small dairy plants catering to the food movement in NY.
I can't resist noting that apparently Mr. Dubner's family had a miraculous cow which gave milk 365 days a year. (No mention of a bull.) Traveling 10 miles to a dairy farm sounds odd to me, although I'm probably imagining that he's my age and lived in my area of upstate. And, unless the farm had Jerseys or Ayrshires, I really doubt the 2 inches of cream on a gallon of milk. No way, no how.