RoboMilk the Bessy

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10 Dec 2011
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Dairy farms in the USA are going out of business as more and more people switch to almond milk for diets and other reasons. My uncle is a dairy farmer, and is struggling to pay the bills needed. He is in a contract with Land o' Lakes, and is hoping the almond milk craze will die down, and cause the price of dairy to rise again.

About Bessy Eggs

This egg was only given out in December of 2011.

Bessy eggs have a warm, leathery texture similar to the skin of their hatched counterparts. The closer Bessies are to hatching, the more their bell sounds. Unfortunately, the constant jingling can create quite a racket and those who enjoy sleep are often wary of Bessy eggs and their owners.

About the Bessy Creature

Bessies are exceptionally loyal creatures. They tend to follow the first human they lay eyes on and, as a result, are not easily traded. When they were first discovered, numerous reports of con artists surfaced, for owners would wake up in the morning to find their newly-traded Bessies missing. Citizens quickly realized that this is just one characteristic of the Bessy. Currently, the Ark Police warn that Arkians should trade Bessies at their own risk. Also, to the dismay of many owners, the Bessy does not produce milk.