When the world’s first cow-free milkshake is ready to hit store shelves: ‘We can’t wait to see it’

When dairy farmers first started making milkshakes, their product was mostly made from milk and cheese.

Now it’s becoming increasingly popular as dairy products become more popular as well.

“It’s been a very good year for dairy and the first milk-free product that we’ve been able to produce in this country was a dairy-free creamer.

It’s been really, really popular,” said Dario Filippi, president of the Dairy Farmers of Ireland.

The product is a blend of natural flavours, with a hint of vanilla and coconut, and is sold in supermarkets and in dairy shops, as well as on websites.

The cream comes from local farmers, and has been sourced from local sources.

“It does come from local farm, it is made from local land and we are always trying to source local milk and local cheese and it’s been an incredible year,” he said.

It is not the first time that dairy farmers in Ireland have tried to make a milkshash without dairy products.

Earlier this year, a dairy farmer in the Republic of Ireland made a milky milk milkshare, but it was not widely known.

Milkshakes have been made without dairy ingredients before, including a product called the Puddles, a milksicle that was sold in shops across the United Kingdom in 2007.

The Puddls was a milk product made from cream and milk that was made without cream, milk and butter, as it was made with a blend.