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How 3 Interactive Cows are Saving the Planet

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Our cow Vera Twang, loves helping others. It’s a trait that runs throughout the the whole Vitamin T family! Case in point, this year Vera’s cousins, Valerie, Velma, and Vanessa, have packed up their bags to come to the aid of needy families around the globe.

With a little help from the Heifer International, each cousin will provide up to four gallons of milk a day, enough for a family to drink and share with neighbors. With sales from surplus milk, each family will earn money to send their kids to school, buy medicine and clothes, and improve their land. Cows are just wonderful animals, aren’t they?!

Best of all, since a healthy cow can produce a calf every year, each calf born is passed to another neighbor in need. Just one of Vera’s cousins can help an entire community get out of poverty.

Follow the updates on Vera’s cousins on our Facebook page as they journey to lend a helping hand hoof this season!


(And yes, we really bought the cows. In fact, we’re thrilled about it!)

Thanks to all our customers, both clients and talent, for making 2012 awesome for us. We know that 2013 will be awesomer!)

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