In modern dairy farms milk cows are kept pregnant 300 days per year. They have a period of about two months when they are not milking (dry). Milk production is maximized, but there is also time allowed for the (after all profitable investment) nutrition of the next generation of cattle, i.e. allowing them to milk.
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