Earlier today, farmers and cheesemakers handle cheeses made during the summer on the mountain pastures of. The 30 tons of cheese will be shared among the farmers families, according to the number of cows owned. The distribution of the cheese is a traditional event called “Chaesteilet.” You write the cutline.
1. A recent study of Wisconsin cheese handlers delivered the startling news that most do not wash their hands after using the toilet. Cheese handler Monte Rakowski disagreed with the hygiene study. “I always wash my hands,” he said. “I even wash before I cut the cheese. I even wash after I cut the cheese” — Side Note.
2. This year’s cheese production was way better than last year, when no cows gave any milk. It was, as they say, a complete and udder failure — John Austin.
3. (tie) OK, which moron forgot the macaroni? — Ryan Hill. And: Packer fans await their turn to purchase ticket using Green Bay’s official currency — TS.
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