By Andrew Henderson - 26th April 2012 7:05am
NEMi "Naturally Enriched Milk Innovations"
Good for our Cows' Health — Naturally — Good for us all.
Find out how this natural milk can provide Antioxidants to boost your immune system.
Steve Leonard the TV wildlife presenter and the lead singer of the legendary American rock band STYX, Lawrence Gowan, collaborated on the new NEMi video explaining what antioxidants are.
The health benefits of Naturally Enriched Milk to cows and humans are described at www.nemi-dairy.co.uk which is now live on the World Wide Web.
The new recipe for success involves:
- Cheshire, Shropshire and Staffordshire Dairy cows
- The farmers who manage them
- A team of qualified nutritionists
- local and national veterinary support
- A TV wildlife presenter and vet
- A doctor.
- The world's largest animal health company and...
- The biggest independent dairy product marketing company in the UK.
Eight years in development, this ground breaking exclusive "Healthy Herd Program" is ready to produce Naturally Enriched Milk which will positively support the health of all consumers.
Want to learn more go to www.nemi-dairy.co.uk - click on the link below the photo.
Audlem Online adds: There's much Audlem and district involvement in this product, hence we are delighted to help promote it on Audlem Online.
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