This week: Cattle, milk, cottage cheese, and ice cream.

99 percent

Americans who “like ice cream,” according to Arctic Zero.  Who the hell are the 1 percent? And what’s wrong with them?

98.4 million

Number of cattle in the United States, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. That’s more than the human population of California and New York combined.

7 percent

American adults who believe “chocolate milk comes from brown cows,” according to the Innovation Center of U.S. Dairy. Too bad center didn’t ask these people where they think hot dogs come from.

5 percent

Americans who believe cottage cheese is made from “cows that live indoors,” according to Real California Milk. Millennials think they’re smarter, so 20 percent believe cottage cheese was originally from Cottage, England. Except there’s no such town.

 

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