A German dairy farmer has opened up a "milk filling station" where consumers can buy milk from a stainless steel vending machine. Dairy farmer Beau Vine, from Lac Tate in Quebec, Canada, is against the idea, feeling that purchasing milk at grocery stores is a sacred cow. Vine said, "I've turned sour on the idea of milk filling stations because they're udder nonsense. If mammary serves me correctly and I've kept abreast of current trends, this was tried and failed miserably in the USA, the land of milk and honey. US farmers tried to butter up the public with stories of fresher milk, but American consumers had a cow when they learned that farmers were trying to skim profits from them. I give these vending machines a 1%, maybe a 2% chance of surviving." US dairy farmer Cal C. Um, nursing a bruised calf, said that, "I wish that Vine would stop milking this dead cow. His story is hard to digest and I want to tell him that it's no use crying over spilled milk". This is a moo-ving story that is dairy, dairy disturbing.