The World had been hit by a situation no country or anyone did prepare for. We only can make life more meaningful by our service to humanity.
Sassy Cow Creamery, owned by brothers James and Robert Baerwolf, in Columbus, Wisconsin is providing free milk for individuals in the community struggling during this coronavirus pandemic.
The refrigerator called the “Kindness Cooler” will be kept outside and we’ll stocked up with milk till the end of the pandemic.
The family introduced the Kindness Cooler at the end of March, “when things started going to pieces,” James Baerwolf said. Demand has been high, with the creamery giving away more than 400 gallons of milk a day.
Dairy farmers across the US are dumping thousands of gallons of milk everyday due to a significant decrease in demand from schools, restaurants and other food service providers. Regulations make it illegal for these farmers to donate or sell raw milk before it is pasteurized.
However, Sassy Cow Creamery pasteurizes its milk on-site.
Although the family wishes they could do more, for now they said they want to make sure their community doesn’t go without milk.