These cows could solve your milk problem

In this Thursday, May 17, 2018 photo, Tom Ripley, left, and his brother Dan Ripley, of the Ripley Family Farm, feed a Guernsey calf at their facility in Moravia, N.Y. Some cows on the farm naturally produce milk without a protein some people blame for indigestion. So-called A2 milk is showing up on more supermarket shelves. (AP Photo/Michael Hill)

MORAVIA, N.Y. — Milk got your stomach feeling sour?

Wisconsin brothers use farm to make cheese

Ron, left, and Frank Henningfeld stand outside the barn at Romari Farm in rural East Troy. Ron uses some of Frank's milk for his cheesemaking company, Hill Valley Dairy. (Christina Lieffring/The Journal Times via AP)

ELKHORN, Wis. — The local food movement emphasizes knowing where food comes from, which is not a problem for Ron Henningfeld, owner of Lake Geneva-based Hill Valley Dairy.

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