cow-sharing
 n.— «Since 2004, when the state legislature outlawed a practice known as “cow-sharing,” it has been illegal in North Carolina to sell raw milk for human consumption.…If it is approved there, consumers would be allowed to enter into contracts with farmers to buy a “share” of their cows and get raw milk from them. It would still be illegal to sell it commercially, but health experts are alarmed at the prospect of any unpasteurized milk becoming legal in North Carolina.» —“Possible sale of raw milk debated” by James Romoser Winston-Salem Journal (North Carolina) May 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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